(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
Elsewhere, 2016 East Tennessee State University
Elsewhere, Amber Law
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
The photographer discusses the work in Elsewhere, her Master of Fine Arts exhibition held at East Tennessee State University in the Reece Museum, located in Johnson City, Tennessee. The exhibition is displayed from March 1 through March 31, 2016 and consists of 17 color photographs and 3 videos representing a body of work that visually communicates the photographer’s interest in transient lifestyles.
The influence and research regarding the concept is communicated by a focus on artists, literature and art historical knowledge that pertain to Law’s work. The artists included are Rineke Dijkstra, Jocelyn Lee, Lise Sarfati, Stephen Shore ...
Crops Or Crafts? Changes In Land Use In The Imbabura Valley Of Ecuador, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
Crops Or Crafts? Changes In Land Use In The Imbabura Valley Of Ecuador, Christopher Richard Hair
In rural societies where urbanization and modernization are contributing to rapid growth, changes in land use can both reflect and bring about broader changes within a community. This study seeks to investigate changes in land use in the Imbabura valley of Ecuador from the perspective of the local inhabitants. To accomplish this, three data collection techniques were employed: repeat photography, ethnographic interviews, and archival research. Repeat photography involves re-photographing historic photographs from the original site. A combination of 35 historic photographs taken in the 1950s were re-photographed during the summer of 2015. The resulting repeat photo pairs were used in ...
Volume 81, Issue 1: Full Issue, 2016 Butler University
Volume 81, Issue 1: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff
No abstract provided.
Contributors, 2016 Butler University
Contributors, Manuscripts Staff
No abstract provided.
The Wild Cats Of Aoshima Island, 2016 Butler University
The Wild Cats Of Aoshima Island, Camille Millier
Poetry by Camille Millier.
Cats!, 2016 Butler University
Cats!, Alexandrea Sanders
Photography by Alexandrea Sanders.
The Asparagus Of Wheatly Cemetery, 2016 Butler University
The Asparagus Of Wheatly Cemetery, Cole Hardman
Poetry by Cole Hardman.
Interview With Lev Grossman, 2016 Butler University
Interview With Lev Grossman, Cassandra Christopher
I’m not an especially emotional being. But when I first read The Magicians, I was furious. I spent thirty minutes trying to explain my anger to my family and to my best friend. I felt that Lev Grossman had soiled Narnia, the most precious world I’d ever known, with a protagonist, Quentin, who was a self-absorbed ass. My advisor, who had recommended the series to me, suggested that perhaps it was an homage rather than a deconstruction, that Lev Grossman loved this world as much as I did and wanted to work with it in a wholly new ...
Dry, 2016 Butler University
Dry, Claire Christoff
Poetry by Claire Christoff.
Paideia, 2016 Butler University
Paideia, Carey Ford Compton
Prose by Carey Ford Compton.
Catherine, 2016 Butler University
Catherine, Earl Townsend
Poetry by Earl Townsend.
Alter Ego, 2016 Butler University
Alter Ego, Mariam Saeedi
Illustration by Mariam Saeedi.
Stained, 2016 Butler University
Stained, Katherine Shelton
Prose by Katherine Shelton. Winner of the 2016 Manuscripts Prose Contest with Benjamin Percy.
Purples, 2016 Butler University
Purples, Sarah Bahr
Poetry by Sarah Bahr.
Interview With Dean Young, 2016 Butler University
Interview With Dean Young, Wesley Sexton
Dean Young has authored twelve books of poetry, his most recent contribution being a collection of new and old poems entitled Bender. His book Falling Higher was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. Young has served as the William Livingston Chair of Poetry at the University of Texas in Austin since 2008.
My Brother’S Keeper, 2016 Butler University
My Brother’S Keeper, Kaylie Ann Pickett
Prose by Kaylie Ann Pickett. Finalist in the 2016 Manuscripts Prose Contest with Benjamin Percy.
Coping, 2016 Butler University
Coping, Mikayla Marazzi
Poetry by MiKayla Marazzi
Dark As Skin, 2016 Butler University
Dark As Skin, Alexandrea Sanders
Poetry by Alexandrea Sanders.
After The Baby, 2016 Butler University
After The Baby, Carey Ford Compton
Prose by Carey Ford Compton. Runner-Up in the 2016 Manuscripts Prose Contest with Benjamin Percy.