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Designing Rubrics, Assessment, And Evaluation For Oral Communication, Meredith McCarroll 2016 Colby College

Designing Rubrics, Assessment, And Evaluation For Oral Communication, Meredith Mccarroll

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Scaffolding Assignments: From Discussion To Oral Presentations, Audrey Brunetaux, Elizabeth Sagaser 2016 Colby College

Scaffolding Assignments: From Discussion To Oral Presentations, Audrey Brunetaux, Elizabeth Sagaser

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Workshop Participant List, 2016 Colby College

Workshop Participant List

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Workshop Schedule, 2016 Colby College

Workshop Schedule

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Workshop Announcement, 2016 Colby College

Workshop Announcement

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Workshop Bibliography, 2016 Colby College

Workshop Bibliography

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

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Object List & Discussion Questions By Session, 2016 Colby College

Object List & Discussion Questions By Session

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Workshop Participant List, 2016 Colby College

Workshop Participant List

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Workshop Schedule, 2016 Colby College

Workshop Schedule

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Workshop Announcement, 2016 Colby College

Workshop Announcement

Colby College Museum of Art Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Windows On The World: The Aesthetics Of Difference In Neoliberal New York, Nicholas Gamso 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York

Windows On The World: The Aesthetics Of Difference In Neoliberal New York, Nicholas Gamso

All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

This dissertation seeks to refine critical methods for interpreting global cities and their cultures, charting an aesthetic history of neoliberal New York — from the 1929 regional plan to the present. Surveying a range of literature, art criticism, and planning discourse, I argue that the global has served as the dominant motif of spatial production and political power during this watershed era. I trace this argument through analyses of midcentury planning’s global spatial imaginings, gentrification and imperial metaphor, transnational encounter in World literature, and the city’s contemporary waste and recourse imaginaries. While I follow the Marxist account of the ...


Photographing The "Uncelebrated" Truth: The Newspaper Pm, New York 1940-1942, Nancy Wechter 2016 CUNY Hunter College

Photographing The "Uncelebrated" Truth: The Newspaper Pm, New York 1940-1942, Nancy Wechter

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

The left-liberal NYC newspaper, PM, used photography with unprecedented transparency as a crucial element in its mission to inform ordinary working people, teach them to be literate about the photographic message, and encourage them to be a participating audience during the tense period just before World War II.


David Alfaro Siqueiros’S Pivotal Endeavor: Realizing The “Manifiesto De New York” In The Siqueiros Experimental Workshop Of 1936, Emily Schlemowitz 2016 CUNY Hunter College

David Alfaro Siqueiros’S Pivotal Endeavor: Realizing The “Manifiesto De New York” In The Siqueiros Experimental Workshop Of 1936, Emily Schlemowitz

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

The Siqueiros Experimental Workshop, initiated by David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896–1974) in 1936, is often considered a pivotal moment for the artist. This thesis unveils new documentation about the Workshop, illuminating heretofore-unobserved aspects of the group’s governance, political aims, and theoretical framework put forth by Siqueiros in his critical “Manifiesto de New York.”


A Network Of Experience: Community Building And Social Restructuring In Fluxus, Margaret Sherer 2016 Washington University in Saint Louis

A Network Of Experience: Community Building And Social Restructuring In Fluxus, Margaret Sherer

Arts & Sciences Electronic Theses and Dissertations

My thesis argues that the group dynamic of Fluxus and the artwork produced by the group functioned as agents in the cultivation and maintenance of a Fluxus community that developed an experimental, object-based approach to societal formation. I argue that a primary goal of Fluxus was to use their artistic production and their association to establish alternative modes of social interaction that were simultaneously plagiarizing and criticizing conventional social and political institutions.


The Artistic Legacy Of Georgia O’Keeffe, Michelle L. Knutson 2016 Dominican University

The Artistic Legacy Of Georgia O’Keeffe, Michelle L. Knutson

Senior Theses and Capstone Projects

The work of American artist, Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), was considered to be unique and revolutionary in her own time, but she ultimately achieved a prominent position in the history of art. The enduring inspiration of this important artist is demonstrated by an investigation of key artistic motifs as well as her legacy via the discussion of artists who have been influenced by her: Alfred Stieglitz, Arthur Dove, Marsden Hartley, and the author, Michelle L. Knutson.


9/11 Memorials : Contested Memory, Competing Narratives, And Healing., Jennifer A. Fraley 2016 University of Louisville

9/11 Memorials : Contested Memory, Competing Narratives, And Healing., Jennifer A. Fraley

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

In this dissertation I examine the role that monuments and memorials play in our lives including artistically, historically, and culturally. I begin by examining what monuments and memorials are and how these public works should be their own classification of public art. I argue there are many things these works can be (place of mourning, celebration, historical marker, etc.) and should not be (a single source for a historical accounting); yet, memorials do have the necessary condition of creating a referential relationship between the viewer and the memorialized objects. Without this relationship, the work fails as a memorial. Memorials are ...


The Queer Child And Haut Bourgeois Domesticity : Berthe Morisot And Mary Cassatt., Jessica Cresseveur 2016 University of Louisville

The Queer Child And Haut Bourgeois Domesticity : Berthe Morisot And Mary Cassatt., Jessica Cresseveur

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Since the 1970s, feminist art historians have extensively treated Mary Cassatt and Berthe Morisot. In particular, focusing on class-bound womanhood and domesticity, Griselda Pollock, Linda Nochlin, and Anne Higonnet have provided compelling psychoanalytic, Marxist, and semiotic analyses, seemingly exhausting all potentials for any further historical exploration of these artists. Yet, to date, investigations into the significance of the queer (deviations from normative sociocultural codes of gender identity, sexuality, and reproduction) in the works of Cassatt and Morisot have not been conducted. In this dissertation, queer theory complements the existing scholarship that has focused on the significance of women as mothers ...


Interview Panel With Adam Erby, Emilie Johnson, And Teresa Teixeira, 2016 James Madison University

Interview Panel With Adam Erby, Emilie Johnson, And Teresa Teixeira

Madison Historical Review

No abstract provided.


The Rules Of Appropriation From The Perspective Of A Contemporary Artist, Cicily J. Collazo 2016 Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut

The Rules Of Appropriation From The Perspective Of A Contemporary Artist, Cicily J. Collazo

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Export / Import: The Promotion Of Contemporary Italian Art In The United States, 1935-1969, Raffaele Bedarida 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York

Export / Import: The Promotion Of Contemporary Italian Art In The United States, 1935-1969, Raffaele Bedarida

All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

Export / Import examines the exportation of contemporary Italian art to the United States from 1935 to 1969 and how it refashioned Italian national identity in the process. I do not concentrate on the Italian art scene per se, or on the American reception of Italian shows. Through a transnational perspective, instead, I examine the role of art exhibitions, publications, and critical discourse aimed at American audiences. Inaugurated by the Fascist regime as a form of political propaganda, this form of cultural outreach to the United States continued after WWII as Italian museums, dealers, and critics aimed to vaunt the new ...


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