Comics And Illustration From The Written; The Conversion Of A Story From Prose To Graphic Depiction., 2014 East Tennessee State University
Comics And Illustration From The Written; The Conversion Of A Story From Prose To Graphic Depiction., Kayla A. White Ms.
Undergraduate Honors Theses
This is a thesis that details the process of writing a short 30 page novel, and then converting the subsequent story into a graphic format via illustrations and into a comic book layout. The story itself deals in reworking our learned assumptions of good and evil, specifically in the supernatural and human possibility for both. The comic book format is an exploration of my reader’s different responses to the written and the graphic.
Instantiation: Academia's Pop-Up Museum, 2014 University of Akron
Instantiation: Academia's Pop-Up Museum, Corina M. Iannaggi, Kiersten F. Latham
Proceedings from the Annual Meeting of the Document Academy
This article provides an overview of the creation and installation of the Document Academy (DOCAM) 2014 Instantiation, an experimental exhibition intended to develop a three dimensional representation of the DOCAM 2014 participants’ spoken presentations. During the installation process, it was evident that the Instantiation resembled a current trend in the museum profession known as “The Pop-Up Museum.” An evaluation of the Instantiation in the context of the Pop-Up Museum uncovered a similar core objective, the ability to create meaningful conversations centered around the participants’ documents on display. This objective was supported by participants’ responses to follow-up questions about their experience ...
Maybe She Likes It: A Web Comic Exploring Internet Technology And Gender Equality, 2014 Florida State University
Maybe She Likes It: A Web Comic Exploring Internet Technology And Gender Equality, Lena Weissbrot
“Maybe She Likes It” the webcomic was created as part of the 2013 Undergraduate Research and Creativity Awards. It tells a surreal story of a girl’s development, as though she were immersed in a reality where social Internet culture occupied a physical space. “Maybe She Likes It” reflects the voice of the Millennial as the first generation to grow up with then internet as something permanent, and experience aberrant content previously unavailable in print and other mass medias such as child pornography, bestiality, real-rape and snuff. The webcomic explores how such media may be contributing to shifting socio-cultural perceptions ...
Superhero Spotlight, 2014 Liberty University
Superhero Spotlight, Kathryn Mccracken
On September 18, 2014, comic book artist Sergio Cariello’s exhibited at the Liberty University Art Gallery.
What Is Art?, 2014 Dordt College
What Is Art?, David Versluis, Matt Drissell, Sara Alsum-Wassenaar
Posting about views and definitions of art and what is good art fom In All Things - an online hub committed to the claim that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ has implications for the entire world.
Method And Meaning: Selections From The Gettysburg College Collection, 2014 Gettysburg College
Method And Meaning: Selections From The Gettysburg College Collection, Yan Sun, Shannon R. Callahan '15, Ashlie M. Cantele '15, Maura E. D'Amico '15, Xiyang Duan '17, Devin Garnick '15, Allison J. Gross '15, Emily A. Zbehlik '15
Schmucker Art Catalogs
What is art historical study and how it should be carried out are fundamental questions the exhibition Method and Meaning: Selections from the Gettysburg College Collection intends to answer. This student-curated exhibition is an exciting academic endeavor of seven students of art history majors and minors in the Art History Methods course. The seven student curators are Shannon Callahan, Ashlie Cantele, Maura D’Amico, Xiyang Duan, Devin Garnick, Allison Gross and Emily Zbehlik. As part of the class assignment, this exhibition allows the students to explore various art history methods on individual case studies. The selection of the works in ...
Quilts - Logan County, Kentucky (Sc 2864), 2014 Western Kentucky University
Quilts - Logan County, Kentucky (Sc 2864), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2864. Correspondence, promotional material and planning notes for a quilt registry in Logan County, Kentucky, sponsored by the Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society and a subsequent exhibit at the Kentucky Museum, Western Kentucky University.
(In)Famous Cover Tunes Of 2014, 2014 Wilfrid Laurier University
(In)Famous Cover Tunes Of 2014, Simon Orpana
A cartoon and commentary by Simon Orpana.
Grampy Hagen's Tale, 2014 Butler University
Grampy Hagen's Tale, Steven Schmidt
"They's some folks what believes in haints," said Grampy Hagen. We, my brother Johnnie and I, were ready for bed, but first we huddled together in front of the fire while Grampy Hagen sat in the big old oak rocking chair. "Yes, sir, some folks believes in haints 'n spooks 'n things. But I weren't one of 'em, no sir! Leastwise, not afore I spent the night in the cabin down in the holler by the Willow Creek wash."
And Not To Yield, 2014 Butler University
And Not To Yield, Lisa Nowak
Harry Theobald, formerly called Ulderico Theobaldi, entered the kingdom of God today at 11:02 a.m. having lived his life with all the vigor he possessed. At age 76, he died of leukemia at the Golden Hills Nursing Home, leaving three children and three granddaughters the deed to his warm spirit. Included in his will was a document citing three basic inheritances--faith, hope, and love--to be practiced with positive consideration and serious contemplation in his remembrance.
Doughnuts At Night, 2014 Butler University
Doughnuts At Night, Michael Martone
Open, it says, all night.
the tacky lights talk
flicking around the yawning O
and the open hole of the doughnut.
a planet peers through.
Indian Summer, 2014 Butler University
Indian Summer, Noel Wyatt
As the blood red sun began to sink, a silhouette broke the painted scene. It approached the Apache Reservation roaring like the Father Wind on a winter day. The beast seemed to shout its name above its own voice; across its shiny hood "Lincoln" defied any opponent.
A Fourtwothreelegs Poem, 2014 Butler University
A Fourtwothreelegs Poem, Ed Shacklee
The first grade teacher greeted
with simplicity the coming of the Day
Untitled, 2014 Butler University
Untitled, Alice Monds
He took an old Barlow knife from his pocket and eased into the cane bottom chair, tipping it back on two legs against the low stone fence. Methodically, he drew the gleaming blade across a fragrant block of red and yellow cedar. His gnarled, weathered hands moved deftly. He worked intently for some time, honing the block to a soft roundness and piling thin light curls of cedar around his feet. He peered at his companion from singular eyes set below incredibly unmanageable gray brows.
Of Sap And Tears, 2014 Butler University
Of Sap And Tears, Diane Hale
I sit in the woods
and watch the stream
admiring the trees as they ripple and flow
Waves sweep us in,
lulled into dream-sleep,
carrying us away--
content to settle beneath the gentle caress
certain to end as we began
Battle, 2014 Butler University
Battle, Bob Sullivan
Wet from the cold March rain, the white paint glistens fresh. It is almost as if the barn has been swept by a snowstorm of Elmer's Glue. In contrast to the radiant purity of this barn, the soil of the farm is a tiring alternation of milky gray and soggy brown. Tattered stubs of once-green corn cling to the ground in haggard remnants of narrow rows. Like the littered aftermath of Gettysburg, this land is hallowed--Mother Earth. The farmer sees himself as the victor. He has tamed the cycle with civilized plastic machinery.
Avatar, 2014 Butler University
Avatar, Mary Harter
You see her in the supermarket every day. She wears size 14, stretch pants (that advertise plainly why she needs the stretch) and a matching print blouse. She wears them with tennis shoes.
A Child's Viewpoint, 2014 Butler University
A Child's Viewpoint, Alice Monds
She beckoned to me, and with much apprehension I entered the door of the shabby unpainted house. Inside, the room was small and dark and almost the entire space was taken up by a big metal-framed bed which stuck out into the middle of the room. A ragged upholstered chair in one corner and a small pot-bellied stove in the other completed the furnishings. The windows, uncurtained, were filthy and one was covered with pieces of a cardboard box where the pane had been broken out.
The Surrender, 2014 Butler University
The Surrender, Diane Hale
patterning grey age faces
in flashing momentary brilliance--
exposing shadow dreams
of victorious kingdoms
built in bottle caps
the shrapnel of hope's treachery--
to be swept away with
debris of belief
The Hairy Arms Poem Or The Love Song Of J. Alfred Poofrock, 2014 Butler University
The Hairy Arms Poem Or The Love Song Of J. Alfred Poofrock, Mary Harter
I have encountered "The Love Song of J. Alfred Poofrock" in three different college English classes taught by three different teachers. They all agree that T. S. Eliot wrote the poem. On everything else they disagree.