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A Song For My Brother, Morgan Walker 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

A Song For My Brother, Morgan Walker

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Morgan Walker is a senior from Prarie Grove, Arkansas and is a English (Creative Writing) major. Currently, Morgan is working on a collection of poetry for her honors thesis.


Trees And Moon, Jonelle Lipscomb 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Trees And Moon, Jonelle Lipscomb

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Jonelle is a former teacher of drama and filmmaking at Fayetteville High School. Since her retirement, she has pursued her creative interests in photography and writing by enrolling as an undergraduate at the U of A with an undeclared major.


It Could've Been Me, Claire Riddell 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

It Could've Been Me, Claire Riddell

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Adopted from Guatamala, Claire Riddell grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. She is currently a junior with a double major in psychology and English (Creative Writing).


Allon-Bacuth, Michayla Ashley 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Allon-Bacuth, Michayla Ashley

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Michayla Ashley is a rising senior at the University of Arkansas, majoring in English (Creative Writing). She is pleased to say The Diamond Line Literary Magazine will be the first of many publications.


Cupcake Smash, Katy Wright 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Cupcake Smash, Katy Wright

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Katy Wright is from Benton, Arkansas and is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas and a graphic design major.


The Gamble And Jump Rope, Halie Brown 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

The Gamble And Jump Rope, Halie Brown

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Halie Brown is a University of Arkansas senior, majoring in Editoral/News Journalism. She was the lifestyle and news editor for The Arkansas Traveler and is the current Hill Magazine assistant editor. She spends much of her free time removing Oxford commas and has been told she is best known for her Twitter lists.


The Wife Of Sisyphus, Chance O'Neal 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

The Wife Of Sisyphus, Chance O'Neal

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Chance O’Neal is a second-semester sophomore majoring in English (Creative Writing) at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. After coming from a split household, he completed high school at Subiaco Academy, an all-boys Catholic boarding school in Paris, Arkansas. These experiences have given him a unique perspective on literature and his developing style.


Permeable Figure, Justice Henderson 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Permeable Figure, Justice Henderson

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Justice Henderson is a senior at the University of Aranksas recieving a BFA in painting, a BA in journalism and a minor in art history. Engaging with the abstraction of perception, Henderson uses painting and drawing techniques to investigate the concept of ephemerality and reconfigures shapes and colors to create a visual experience based on the illusion of three-dimensional space. Henderson lives on her homewtown of Morrilton, AR, where she continues to create paintings, drawings and installations.


Saigon Syndrome, Gabrielle Vatthanatham 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Saigon Syndrome, Gabrielle Vatthanatham

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Gabrielle Vatthanatham is a third year University of Arkansas Honors College Fellow majoring in English and French. As a memeber of the UARK English Department’s Diversity and Inlcusion Committee, she celebrates the production and transmission of literature from all people. She is Cancer, an INFP, and an overall goober.


You Say You Love The Streets Of Copenhagen, Kate Duby 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

You Say You Love The Streets Of Copenhagen, Kate Duby

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Kate Duby is a junior majoring in Editorial/News Journalism and minoring in English.She hopes to one day write for a daily publication in a big city, but her biggest dream is to publish an anthology of her own poetry and essays.


To Be Still, Sophia Crozier 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

To Be Still, Sophia Crozier

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Sophia is a junior English Education major at the University of Arkansas, who loves capturing moments on camera in the midst of adventure and discovery. “Hangzhou” was taken in China, and “To Be Still” was inspired by peaceful moments captured at a popular Fayetteville hiking destination,


February 3rd, Anna Beth Lane 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

February 3rd, Anna Beth Lane

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Anna Beth Lane is a senior English (Creative Writing) major and anthropology minor. She enjoys writing poems and nonfiction essays.


Letter From The Editors, Diamond Line Editors 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Letter From The Editors, Diamond Line Editors

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

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Table Of Contents, Diamond Line Editors 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Table Of Contents, Diamond Line Editors

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

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Diamond Line - Spring 2020, Diamond Line Editors 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Diamond Line - Spring 2020, Diamond Line Editors

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

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Art, Movement And The Body: An Art-Based Research Exploration Of Slow, Gentle, And Repetitive Painting Movements, Melissa Hedlund Nelson 2020 Lesley University

Art, Movement And The Body: An Art-Based Research Exploration Of Slow, Gentle, And Repetitive Painting Movements, Melissa Hedlund Nelson

Expressive Therapies Dissertations

Art-based research explored the effects of using slow, gentle, and repetitive painting movements paired with pauses during this painting process. Five participants completed four painting sessions that were filmed; sessions consisted of painting with acrylic paints on canvas or Bristol board and reflective writing. Embodied response paintings were created by myself in response to participant paintings. A reflective research process consisting of documentation, reflection, and examination, was used to help in the materialization of outcomes. The inquiry yielded the following outcomes: it was challenging to paint slowly, there was an increase in connection to present moment awareness and immersion, a ...


Theatre Crawl: A Series Of Community Engagement Projects, Anna Rich 2020 Lesley University

Theatre Crawl: A Series Of Community Engagement Projects, Anna Rich

Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses

This thesis will focus on Theatre Crawl, a devised and immersive theatre experience grounded in the techniques of drama therapy. Beginning as a creative outlet for drama therapy graduate students at Lesley University, Theatre Crawl has provided performance opportunities for students to exercise the creative and theatrical skills which initially brought many of them to the field of drama therapy. From April 2018 to January 2020, four Theatre Crawl events have been facilitated. All events originated from the belief that providing opportunities for drama therapists to engage in personal art-making is an essential practice for the field of drama therapy ...


It's The Funerals I Missed Which Haunt Me The Most, Arno Goetz 2020 Washington University in St. Louis

It's The Funerals I Missed Which Haunt Me The Most, Arno Goetz

Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers

What makes a photograph great? This is the central question which guides my research, and I answer this question in two parts. The first element is the structure of the photograph, which Robert Adams addresses in his collection of essays, Beauty in Photography: Essays in Defense of Traditional Values. With the guiding principle that structure can provide harmony in an image, I develop a collection of guidelines for composing images and name them the “Rules of Clarity.” The purpose of these rules is to help photographers create harmonious compositions, free from distractions. When a photograph has few distractions, it becomes ...


Unraveling Memory Through Childhood Relics, Franchesca Rousseas 2020 Washington University in St. Louis

Unraveling Memory Through Childhood Relics, Franchesca Rousseas

Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers

The formation of memory is a universal experience that occurs at an individual level. Memory is intangible and abstract, but it can be tied to physical objects such as photographs. These objects may remain the same throughout the course of our lives, but our memories are subject to change. Information is inevitably lost or altered over time, as our minds are more pliable than they are rigid. These alterations result in the desire to reconstruct and reinterpret past events given the information that is still accessible. Focusing on objects of domesticity that trigger childhood memories, I reveal how the act ...


Twisted Truths In Memories, Jiyoon Kang 2020 Washington University in St. Louis

Twisted Truths In Memories, Jiyoon Kang

Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers

Memory— fragments of minds that are stored to remember the past and information— plays a huge role in human development. Humans interact with each other based on past experiences. These memories are part of our personalities. Flashbulb memory, a highly detailed snapshot of a moment, can even be life changing, because that memory becomes an essential part of “you.” In Twisted Truths in Memories, my body of work aspires to explore the question: what happens to memory when strong emotions are involved? How does that relate to a photograph, especially when photographs are intended to demonstrate the truth? The body ...


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