Kimberly Phoenix
Kimberly Phoenix
Lecturer
Human Centered Design
Office

T31 - Human Ecology Building (HEB)

Biography

For the past 20 years I have worked with undergraduate students as a teaching support specialist, first in the costume shop of the theatre department of the College of Arts and Science and now in the Apparel Design program.  I work with students helping them to reach their goals.  I also support the Apparel Faculty getting the spaces ready for teaching, lecturing when needed and supporting them in their research.

Continue to look fit and patterning on custom dress forms

I continue to work with a community group who is continuing the Days for Girls project.

I attend the annual ITAA conference.  In 2019 I co-lead a pre-conference workshop with Prof Kristen Morris, entitled Creating Custom Half-Scale Dress Forms From 3D Body Scans. I have also attended the educators' meeting at the annual Fashion Scholarship Fund Gala.

I interact with students in small groups or one on one.  Our interactions are hands-on working side by side to complete projects.  I work with the students helping with patterning, fit and CAD programs.  I work with students teaching how to program and knit with our industrial knitting machine.  In the past, I have worked extensively with students creating half scale forms to aid them in their design process. I also teach FSAD 1450 and FSAD 1140. In 2019 I became the faculty advisor for the Cornell Fashion Collective.

FSAD 1050: Foundations of Garment Construction

FSAD 1140: Fashion CAD

FSAD 1450: Introduction to Fashion Design

2018, MA, Fiber Science Apparel Design, Cornell University

2012, BS, Fiber Science Apparel Design Management – Marketing, Cornell University

Faculty Advisor, Cornell Fashion Collective

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