Promoting Your Department To High School Seniors, 2017 St. John Fisher College
Promoting Your Department To High School Seniors, Jeremy H. Sarachan
Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings
Increasingly departments must take charge of their recruitment, but most academics are new to public relations and marketing. What are the best methods to reach high school students? Led by a media and communication chair, this discussion will revolve around best practices that are both affordable and easy to manage.
Networks Of Collaboration And Creation In Latin American Digital Literature, 2017 Universidad Diego Portales
Networks Of Collaboration And Creation In Latin American Digital Literature, Carolina Gainza
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
In her article "Networks of Collaboration and Creation in Latin American Digital Literature" Carolina Gainza examines how production and reception of literature have been affected by digital technology, with special emphasis on issues related to Latin American digital literature. Gainza analyzes Jaime Alejandro Rodriguez's Narratopedia, Doménico Chiappe's La Huella de Cosmos, and Leonardo Valencia's and Eugenio Tiselli's El Libro Flotante in order to highlight collective practices of creation involved in digital productions. Through the discussion of these issues, Gainza offers an overview of ongoing changes wrought by digital technology in contemporary Latin American digital culture.
Contents - Edward Gordon Craig Special Issue 2017, 2017 University of Iowa
Contents - Edward Gordon Craig Special Issue 2017, Jennifer A. Buckley, Anne Holt
Cover, front matter, and contents for Mime Journal Special Issue, "Action, Scene, and Voice: 21st-Century Dialogues with Edward Gordon Craig." Guest editors: Jennifer Buckley and Annie Holt.
Our Puppets, Our Selves: Puppetry's Changing Paradigms, 2017 CUNY Hunter College
Our Puppets, Our Selves: Puppetry's Changing Paradigms, Claudia Orenstein
Taking up the topic of puppetry, Orenstein forges connections between Craig’s vision of the übermarionette and the rise of “New Puppetry” today. She examines the use of puppets to explore similarities and differences between the technological anxieties of modernists versus contemporary artists. In addition, she calls for a more careful and contextualized attention to Craig’s puppet theory, with a close reading of the übermarionette passage in "On the Art of the Theatre." Orenstein returns to some of the most well-known and much-studied passages and theories from Craig’s early work, but considers them from the fresh vantage point ...
Editors' Note - Action, Scene, And Voice: 21st-Century Dialogues With Edward Gordon Craig, 2017 University of Iowa
Editors' Note - Action, Scene, And Voice: 21st-Century Dialogues With Edward Gordon Craig, Jennifer A. Buckley, Anne Holt
A roadmap to this Special Issue of Mime Journal. This issue emphasizes the tissue of influences that shaped Craig’s own work and continue to impact contemporary theater and performance. By focusing on the historical contexts in which his ideas were developed and those in which they have been received, the essays counter the widely held perception of Craig as the solitary genius of the “Art of the Theatre.” His claims of originality and singularity have too often obscured the connections between his work and that of other artists—especially the dancer Isadora Duncan, upon whom two of the pieces ...
Active Shooter Event Severity, Media Reporting, Offender Age And Location, 2017 Walden University
Active Shooter Event Severity, Media Reporting, Offender Age And Location, Philip Joshua Swift
Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies
Following the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, it was hypothesized that offenders used knowledge gained from news media reports about previous events to plan mass shootings. Although researchers have studied active shooter events, little research has been conducted on the factors that influence an active shooter's decision and ability to carry out such events. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationship between the rate of news media reporting about an active shooter event and the casualty rate of the ensuing event in the United States. The bracketed time of this assessment was between April 20, 1999 ...
Disruptions Of Normalcy: Subverting Discomfort And Expanding Social Perceptions Of Art Through Process-Based Experiences, Ariana Steiner
Scripps Senior Theses
This paper explores the artistic theories of social practice and examines the artwork of Michael Rakowitz, Carmen Loch and Ernesto Neto to observe the ways artists can expand traditional understandings of art. Looking at art therapy and the ways that participation in art can make art more accessible and functional, this paper also outlines a project which functions to bring comfort to participants and expand boundaries of art through individually shaped personal experiences.
News - Oconee County Library, Athens Regional Library System, 2017 Athens Regional Library System
News - Oconee County Library, Athens Regional Library System, Rebecca Ballard
Georgia Library Quarterly
No abstract provided.
Led Screen Resolution: A Lego Visualization, 2017 University of Akron
Led Screen Resolution: A Lego Visualization, Andrew S. Trowbridge
Honors Research Projects
As a graphic designer, understanding the way a computer displays type and image is extremely beneficial. Before going into college, my knowledge of how a line of ones and zeros translates to a full color, high definition screen of pixels was abstract at best. This project serves to explore and demonstrate the meaning and process of LED screen resolution through a more playful and tangible lens of LEGO® bricks.
LEGOS® encourage the creative, child-like side of us. The bricks become a doorway into another side of learning. It pushes us to not be afraid to explore and delve deeper into ...
Visual Methods For Collaborative Food System Work, 2016 Hamline University
Visual Methods For Collaborative Food System Work, K. Valentine Cadieux, Charles Levkoe, P. Mount, D. Szanto
K. Valentine Cadieux
Fear And Nostalgia In Immigration, 2016 CUNY Hunter College
Fear And Nostalgia In Immigration, Daniel A. Matthews
School of Arts & Sciences Theses
Fear and Nostalgia in Immigration is a project that uses re-occuring memory and experiential memory to help us understand our common histories. The projects asks individuals to first share a re-occuring memory by writing it on a chalkboard. The next step is to then write an experiential memory about immigration, this can be a story you might have heard or it could be something from your own family history. These two tasks are done on a communal table where several individuals are engage in the same task at the same time. This aim of this exercise is to have something ...
Art Beyond The Object? Art Beyond Grad School? (A Kickstarter Fundraiser): Help Me Complete My Mfa And Kickstart My Life As An Artist., Hsini D. Leary
School of Arts & Sciences Theses
The goal of this paper and Kickstarter project is to enable the production of my last semester’s work and thesis exhibition, and also to aid in the post-graduation transition to a sustainable art practice that does not rely on the current gallery structure.
The Art And Science Of Light Painting, 2016 Claremont Colleges
The Art And Science Of Light Painting, Reid Godshaw
The STEAM Journal
A short overview of the making of light painting portraits explained by the artist.
Pineapple, 022, Conversation – Behind The Cover Art, 2016 St. Margaret's Episcopal School
Pineapple, 022, Conversation – Behind The Cover Art, Jesse W. Standlea
The STEAM Journal
Many sources date the pit-firing process as a 30,000 plus years-old ceramic firing technique. Every year I take my AP 3D Design class to the beach to fire ceramic pieces using this method. Being a contemporary sculptor who shows in Los Angeles I have always appreciated pit-fired pieces but never used one in my own art practice until now. A connection between the first method of firing ceramics and my art practice seemed unrelated. The title for my piece might add to the disconnect; and yet these seemingly unrelated elements force the work into a place where the artistic ...
3d Scan Data For Caddo Ceramic Vessels From The George C. Davis Site (41ce19), 2016 Center for Regional Heritage Research, Stephen F. Austin State University
3d Scan Data For Caddo Ceramic Vessels From The George C. Davis Site (41ce19), Robert Z. Selden Jr.
Robert Z. Selden Jr.
On June 8, 2015, the intact and reconstructed vessels from the George C. Davis site (41CE19) were scanned (3D) in advance of an analysis of 3D geometric morphometrics. These data were collected using a Creaform GoSCAN50 running VXElements via the scanner direct control function in Geomagic Design X. All data associated with this project are available in Zenodo under a Creative Commons Attribution license, where they can be downloaded for use in additional projects. These data have the capacity to augment numerous research designs in the digital humanities and ceramic studies, as well as a wide range of comparative research ...
Impact16 Transdisciplinary Symposium, Pact Zollverein, Essen Germany, 2016 Dublin Institute of Technology
Impact16 Transdisciplinary Symposium, Pact Zollverein, Essen Germany, Conor Mcgarrigle
IMPACT16 is an encounter with HOOD, RYBN.ORG und FORMATIONS, three expert collectives whose diversified forms of cooperation and flexible working practices transcend disciplinary boundaries.
How and where do alternative realities come about both in and between different fields of knowledge? How can we productively uncover contradictory ›rift zones‹ in today’s world? What kind of frameworks for action can we cultivate?
Informed by multiple perspectives and practices in the arts, politics, technology, sociology, economics and science, the contributing collectives’ inquiries and strategies circumvent disciplinary limits and constraints and open up new spaces for thought and action.
The transdisciplinary symposium ...
The Year-Long Adventures Of The Blue Shoes & Their Friends, 2016 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
The Year-Long Adventures Of The Blue Shoes & Their Friends, Michael R. Hill
While participating in a Teacher Workshop organized by Georgina Valverde at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2013, Michael Hill began a one-year artistic and pedagogical odyssey making original images (always featuring some aspect of one or more athletic shoes) and posting them daily to a visual blog he created to help kick-start writing projects among the many student athletes he tutored at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He started the year self-identifying as “scholar/teacher,” but at year’s end Michael looked in the mirror and said, OK, still “scholar/ teacher,” but also “artist.” Here are the workshop organizer’s ...
Legislative Art As Policy And Pedagogy, 2016 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Legislative Art As Policy And Pedagogy, Albert Stabler
Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education
The primary medium for artist Laurie Jo Reynolds is that of political lobbying. She refers to her practice as “legislative art,” adapting the term “legislative theater,” a technique for grassroots lawmaking developed and coined by Brazilian director and playwright Augusto Boal, who both founded the Theater of the Oppressed and served as a member of the Rio city government from 1993 to 1997. By linking the discourses of art and law, Reynolds’ practice can be understood as a form of education, highlighting the restrictions required for creativity, and the possibilities afforded by structure. In my essay I bring together European ...
Ouachita To Host "Emanate: A Fragrant Installation" Exhibit By Stephen Watson Sept. 10-Oct. 17, 2016 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita To Host "Emanate: A Fragrant Installation" Exhibit By Stephen Watson Sept. 10-Oct. 17, Haley Martin, Ouachita News Bureau
The Rosemary Adams Department of Visual Arts at Ouachita Baptist University will host Stephen Watson in a guest exhibit, “Emanate: A Fragrant Installation,” Sept. 12- Oct. 17. The artist invites the public to installation viewings of Sept. 10-11. An opening reception and artist lecture will be held Monday, Sept. 12, at 10 a.m. in Moses-Provine Hall’s Rosemary Gossett Adams Gallery, where the exhibit will be displayed. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
"The Effort To Translate": Fan Film Culture And The Works Of J.R.R. Tolkien, 2016 Cleveland State University
"The Effort To Translate": Fan Film Culture And The Works Of J.R.R. Tolkien, Maria Alberto
Journal of Tolkien Research
In his 1940 preface “On Translating Beowulf,” J.R.R. Tolkien contends that “The effort to translate, or to improve a translation, is valuable, not so much for the version it produces, as for the understanding of the original which it awakes” (53). Though made with a specific literary tradition in mind, Tolkien’s assertion about the value of translation bears re-visitation in light of circumstances where the terminology has shifted. Specifically, Tolkien’s own work has since become the myth undergoing translation, and in popular parlance, translation itself has changed from simply describing the transference of a text between ...