(Forthcoming) Jeff Bierk: Curtains, 2016 Sessional Professor, OCAD University
(Forthcoming) Jeff Bierk: Curtains, Matthew Smith, Ph.D.
Matthew Ryan Smith, Ph.D.
Art Gallery of Grimsby
The Role Of Design Thinking In Scientific Research & Communication, 2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Role Of Design Thinking In Scientific Research & Communication, Colleen Syron
SciComm 2016 - Lincoln, Nebraska, September 23-24, 2016
Design thnking: Research: • Interviews with designers • Observations and case studies • Experimental studies • Simulation • Reflection and theorizing
Designing is not a search for the optimum solution to the given problem, but that it is an exploratory process. The creative designer interprets the design brief not as a specification for a solution, but as a starting point for a journey of exploration,…
“Deduction proves that something must be; Induction shows that something actually is operative; Abduction suggests that something may be.” Charles Pierce
The main point of difference is that of timing. Both artists and scientists operate on the physical world as ...
The Sheridan Notebook, 2016 Sheridan College
The Sheridan Notebook, Brandon Mcfarlane, Kristine Villeneuve, Devin Murray
The Sheridan Notebook is an integral component to a series of studies that seek to better understand (1) the impact of adult colouring on creativity and mindfulness, and (2) the educational potential of adult colouring. A growing volume of research suggests there is a noteworthy connection between mindfulness and creativity: mindful individuals through presence, openness, acceptance, and self-inquiry are able to adopt many perspectives and pursue multiple solutions when solving problems—characteristics held by highly creative and innovative individuals.
This book synthesizes adult colouring with the “In and Out” note-taking technique—developed at the International Center for Studies in Creativity ...
Cerdded, 2016 University of Notre Dame, London Global Gateway
Cerdded, Fay Stevens
Poetry by Fay Stevens
Nine Poems On The Death Of My Mother, 2016 Independent scholar and poet
Nine Poems On The Death Of My Mother, Jaime Robles
Poetry by Jaime Robles
The Abcs Of Curating, 2016 DePaul University
The Abcs Of Curating
Art exhibitions are merely the final product of months—even years—of hard work on the curator’s part. It’s not just about selecting pretty or evocative pieces of art to show—there’s a delicate art to curating as well. Several DePaul alumni in the profession share their insights on the art of curating.
Online Education: The Relationship Between The Perceptions Of Online High School Teachers Compared To Traditional Classroom Teachers Regarding The Visual Arts, Karen A. Fine
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
The incorporation of the arts as an academic subject in the high school distance education delivery method is being reinvented as something new. Most of the current research is focused on college courses. Online high school curricula are most often placed in research studies as an afterthought. Perceptions of faculty members from high schools with traditional instructional delivery models as well as public online schools concerning online education as it relates to the arts in 5 different areas was the focus of this research; mentor, delivery method, satisfaction, student learning, and curriculum. Examining the perceptions of teachers gives a blueprint ...
Northwest Coast Native American Art: The Relationship Between Museums, Native Americans And Artists, 2016 State University of New York Buffalo State
Northwest Coast Native American Art: The Relationship Between Museums, Native Americans And Artists, Karrie E. Myers
Museum Studies Theses
Museums today have many responsibilities, including protecting and understanding objects in their care. Many also have relationships with groups of people whose items or artworks are housed within their institutions. This paper explores the relationship between museums and Northwest Coast Native Americans and their artists. Participating museums include those in and out of the Northwest Coast region, such as the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, the Burke Museum, the Royal British Columbia Museum, the American Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Museum. Museum professionals who conducted research for some of these museums included Franz Boas ...
Let's Keep In Touch : Conversations About Access And Tactility., 2016 University of Louisville
Let's Keep In Touch : Conversations About Access And Tactility., Whitney E. B. Mashburn
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Let’s Keep in Touch: Conversations about Tactility, a project collaboratively organized by social practice artist Carmen Papalia and curator Whitney Mashburn, presents conversations between Papalia and artists selected by Mashburn, in regard to tactile access of the chosen artists’ works. The project aims to challenge visual biases in museum engagement, through dialogue with living artists.
Carmen Papalia takes social practice in a new direction as he applies it to the topic of accessibility. Using the tool of conversation, he creates strategic infrastructural activism and prompts exploration of non-visual perception.
In this thesis, Papalia’s work will be examined and ...
(Im)Possible Identity: Autoethnographic (Re)Presentations, 2016 Loyola University Chicago
(Im)Possible Identity: Autoethnographic (Re)Presentations, Seungho Moon, Christopher Strople
The Qualitative Report
In this paper, we examine experience, identity, and their intersections. Working from an autoethnographic positionality, we investigate the insufficiencies of language and the limitations of any given researcher with an intent to address multiple realities and their respective interpretations of meaning. Autoethnographic narratives with the use of visual, written, and multimedia representations further acknowledge the dilemmas of qualitative researchers when they cannot fully describe subjectivities in research. What is deemed to be valid research is often indicative of a theoretical framework that aggressively seeks to invalidate other perspectives and ways of knowing. Thus, we create research spaces by employing counter-narratives ...
Dialectical Tensions Experienced During Pediatric Chronic Illness: Analyzing Art Therapy Conversations From A Relational Dialectics Perspective, Katherine A. Rafferty, Erin Parcell
Journal of Clinical Art Therapy
Relational dialectics theory (RDT) provides a framework for understanding the dialectical tensions families experience when talking about pediatric chronic illness. One place where families may express these tensions is during clinical art therapy sessions, where therapists encourage child patients and their family members to use the creative process of art to tell stories while engaged in art making. Subsequently, we studied one clinical art therapy program for families with chronically ill hospitalized children. We examined the naturally occurring conversations during the art making process. Family members’ talk enumerated three primary dialectical tensions describing the pediatric illness experience. Findings and implications ...
Sondage Autour De L’Exposition Internationale Pour La Palestine De 1978, 2016 Maison des Artistes
Sondage Autour De L’Exposition Internationale Pour La Palestine De 1978, Nasser Soumi
En 1978, une Exposition Internationale pour la Palestine se tint à Beyrouth dans le but d’exposer les œuvres d’artistes internationaux solidaires du peuple palestinien, dans un quartier contrôlé par les Palestiniens et fréquenté par des militants libanais et arabes pro-Palestiniens. Lors de l’exposition, Nasser Soumi réalisa un sondage auprès du public palestino-libanais. A cette époque, son travail artistique ne correspondait pas à l’art révolutionnaire pratiqué par la majorité des artistes palestiniens. Sa préoccupation était la problématique existentielle de l’être humain—y compris celle des Palestiniens. Au-delà du public, il s’agissait donc à travers ce ...
Past Disquiet: From Research To Exhibition, 2016 History of Arab Modernities in the Visual Arts Study Group
Past Disquiet: From Research To Exhibition, Kristine Khouri, Rasha Salti
An exhibition of an exceptional scale and scope took place in Beirut in the middle of the civil war and today, its archival and documentary traces have been almost entirely lost. The International Art Exhibition for Palestine opened in the Spring of 1978, comprising some 200 works donated by artists hailing from nearly 30 countries, to be a seed collection for a museum in exile. This is a transcript of a presentation of the transformation of research into an exhibition format and a virtual walkthrough of the show Past Disquiet: Narratives and Ghosts from the International Art Exhibition for Palestine ...
Esprit De Corps, 2016 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Esprit De Corps, Shalbey L. Workman
Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design
UCARE Funding Application
As a transfer student with an Associate’s Degree in photography from Metropolitan Community College, I am continuing my education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln by emphasizing in Photography while earning my BFA in Studio Arts.
I am currently taking a lighting class with Photography Professor Walker Pickering, whose enthusiasm and strict guidelines are beneficial to my artistic career. Professor Pickering knows the ins and outs of being a professional photographer from a business standpoint, as well as the conceptual side of fine art. He has solo exhibitions in New York, Texas, Ohio ...
Becoming Serpent: Mapping Coils Of Paranoia In A Neocolonial Security State, 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York
Becoming Serpent: Mapping Coils Of Paranoia In A Neocolonial Security State, Rachel J. Liebert
All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
What follows is a feminist, decolonial experiment to map the un/settling circulation of paranoia – how it is done, what it does, what it could do – within contemporary conditions of US white supremacy. Drawing on participant observation, interviewing, scientific artifacts, reflexive journaling, and a public art project, I enter white supremacy through a burgeoning form of pre-emptive psy to capture ‘the prodrome’ – a stage-cum-population-cum-figure at the center of a transnational program of research to identify and intervene on ‘pre-psychosis’. I argue that this nascent, contested, and accelerating movement is enacting a contemporary transition from societies of ...
An Aesthetic Theory Of Gamesmanship, 2016 CUNY Hunter College
An Aesthetic Theory Of Gamesmanship, Derek A. Fordjour
School of Arts & Sciences Theses
An Aesthetic Theory of Gamesmanship is an in-depth analysis of the personal, sociological, and historical elements contained within the art of Derek Fordjour with considerations given to artistic and literary influences that inform his intention and goals in the work. Also included are illustrations of specific art works and descriptions.
Desirable Difficulties: Toward A Critical Postmodern Arts-Based Practice, 2016 Middle Tennessee State University
Desirable Difficulties: Toward A Critical Postmodern Arts-Based Practice, Gloria J. Wilson, Sara Scott Shields, Kelly W. Guyotte, Brooke A. Hofsess
Journal of Social Theory in Art Education
Prior scholarship on collaborative writing projects by women in the academy acknowledges sustained attempts of intraracial and interracial collaboration/divides. Interracial collaborative scholarship, while noble in effort, may result in unacknowledged tensions surrounding racial identity politics. In these collaborative environments the problematics of race cannot be denied, with Black women often drawing upon their racialized identities, while White women emphasize their gendered identities. An unawareness and/or invisibility of Whiteness as a racial construct of privilege further problematizes feminist postmodern discourse. This polyvocal text focuses on responding to and working within the tensions of identity politics encountered in interracial scholarship ...
Vs, 2016 California State University - San Bernardino
Vs, Bolin Jue
Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations
VS is a poetic exercise in rhyme and rhythm. An exercise attempting to camouflage ideas in humor, in song, in lyrical overtures, and in social media pop culture lingo to highlight the damaging effects technology and social media have on the human relationship with the earth. VS is a mirror, is an attempt to selfie the world we have lost touch with by contemplating where our role as caretakers for our planet lies. Through varying poetic forms, VS displays and critiques the limited perspective forced upon us when we socialize and experience life solely through phones and screens.
In this ...
Discovering Self Together: An Art Teacher Exploring Her Role In Helping Adolescent Students On Their Journey To Self-Awareness, Rachel Jayne Romney
All Theses and Dissertations
A case study of a junior high and high school art classroom that examines students' development of identity and self-awareness through reflective practice in a caring community. This project considers what the role of teaching is and how working through vulnerability to create caring relationships can inspire teachers and aid adolescent students, within an art curriculum, to discover their true selves.
Diversifying Vrc Services Within A Studio Department: The Portfolio Photography Room, 2016 University of Colorado Boulder
Diversifying Vrc Services Within A Studio Department: The Portfolio Photography Room, Lia Pileggi
With the changing landscape of visual resources in the past decade, our facility has remained useful to our department by providing relevant services that revolve around imaging. When we noticed a void in the department for students to professionally document the art they were creating, the Visual Resources Center was a natural fit. This article explains the process of establishing this service.