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Exhibition September 27 – November 27, 2013, Wriston Art Center Galleries 2013 Lawrence University

Exhibition September 27 – November 27, 2013, Wriston Art Center Galleries

Exhibition Materials

Leech Gallery: Capturing Modernity: Art, Fashion and Artifice. Curated by Elizabeth Carlson, associate professor of art history.

Hoffmaster Gallery: Alison Stehlik: Where-House

Kohler Gallery: Stephanie J. Williams: Homegrown


Exhibition March 29 - May 4, 2013, Wriston Art Center Galleries 2013 Lawrence University

Exhibition March 29 - May 4, 2013, Wriston Art Center Galleries

Exhibition Materials

Leech Gallery: Stripped Down: Understanding the Female Nude. Curated by Caitee Hoglund '12.

Hoffmaster Gallery: Sonja Thomsen: nexus

Kohler Gallery: Rafael Salas: You're Invisible Now


World Of Art, Marina Moreno 2013 California State University, San Bernardino

World Of Art, Marina Moreno

Curricula

No abstract provided.


What Is Art? Ages 5-7, Alma Porras, Lilybeth Valencia 2013 California State University, San Bernardino

What Is Art? Ages 5-7, Alma Porras, Lilybeth Valencia

Curricula

No abstract provided.


Introductory History Of Photography, Community based Art 2013 California State University, San Bernardino

Introductory History Of Photography, Community Based Art

Curricula

No abstract provided.


Designing Visitor Experience For Open-Ended Creative Engagement In Art Museums: A Conceptual Multi-Touch Prototype Design, Kegeng Liu 2013 Iowa State University

Designing Visitor Experience For Open-Ended Creative Engagement In Art Museums: A Conceptual Multi-Touch Prototype Design, Kegeng Liu

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The popularity and influence of digital interaction in museum design has greatly increased along with developments of society and technology. Science museums and natural history museums treat digital interactions, such as multi-touch displays, as important tools in exhibition design that improve the interactivity of visitor experience through open-ended activities. Art museums, however, which mostly focus on displaying art collections and lack hands-on activities in exhibits, have yet to embrace this type of interactivity. The visitor experience in art museums is still relatively passive: their digital interactions are limited to catalogs of art history, which offer few opportunities for personal input ...


Bitter Milking Art Education? (Re)Orienting, (Re)Deeming, (Re)Claiming, (Re)Presenting M(Other)Work In Art Education, Anniina Suominen Guyas, Linda Hoeptner Poling, Kathleen Keys 2013 Florida State University

Bitter Milking Art Education? (Re)Orienting, (Re)Deeming, (Re)Claiming, (Re)Presenting M(Other)Work In Art Education, Anniina Suominen Guyas, Linda Hoeptner Poling, Kathleen Keys

Art Faculty Publications and Presentations

Reviewing the existing literature of women and/or mothers in academic roles paints a pretty grim picture. Even worse is the prediction for success that shies far from optimistic. Some inequities in higher education need to be considered: "women lag behind their male counterparts in tenure status, promotion to full professor, and salary. Overall, considering all full-time faculty at all types of institutions, women earn about 80 percent of what men earn" ("Inequities Persist", 2005, p. 1). The adherence to Family Medical Leave Act provisions or other familial and maternal related leave are inconsistent across academia and, even in their ...


Using Digital Representations Of Practical Production Work For Summative Assessment, C. Paul Newhouse 2013 Edith Cowan University

Using Digital Representations Of Practical Production Work For Summative Assessment, C. Paul Newhouse

ECU Publications 2013

This paper presents the findings of the first phase of a three-year study investigating the efficacy of the digitisation of creative practical work as digital portfolios for the purposes of high-stakes summative assessment. At the same time the paired comparisons method of scoring was tried as an alternative to analytical rubric-based marking because we believed that it was likely that a more holistic approach to scoring would be more appropriate. Researchers created digital representations of the practical submissions of 75 Visual Arts and 82 Design students graduating from secondary school in Western Australia. These digital portfolios were scored using the ...


The Building Blocks Of Museum Education: Examining Early Childhood Education Programs In Art Museums, Meghan Ann Lally 2013 CUNY City College

The Building Blocks Of Museum Education: Examining Early Childhood Education Programs In Art Museums, Meghan Ann Lally

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Your Brain On Art: Art Therapy In A Museum Setting And Its Potential At The Rubin Musuem Of Art, Laura Sloan 2013 CUNY City College

Your Brain On Art: Art Therapy In A Museum Setting And Its Potential At The Rubin Musuem Of Art, Laura Sloan

Master's Theses

Art therapy-based programs could open the doors of the museum to another population of visitors with disabilities, particularly those suffering from mental illness and in need of healing and wellness. The above statement serves as the core of this thesis with the ultimate goal to analyze and research the place of art therapy in a museum setting. Investigation of existing literature, interviews with professionals, and case studies, reveal the ways in which art therapy can be facilitated in a museum setting in order to better reach this population. Furthermore this thesis explores how collaboration between museum educators and art therapists ...


Art Education: Perspectives From Lonergan, Langer And Maslow, Richard Liddy 2013 Seton Hall University

Art Education: Perspectives From Lonergan, Langer And Maslow, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

Educare attraverso l’arte: il pensiero di Lonergan, Langer e Maslow. Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984), il filosofo-teologo canadese, spesso faceva riferimento alle opere di Susanne K. Langer (1895-1985) nei suoi scritti sulla coscienza artistica e sim¬bolica. Le analisi sull’arte di Langer, in particolare il suo lavoro del 1953, Sen¬timento e forma, considerava l’arte come l’oggettivazione di modelli puramente esperienziali che ci permettono di prestare attenzione e di «vedere» ciò che altrimenti potremmo ignorare. L’arte educa l’attenzione in modo che vedia¬mo – o sentiamo o percepiamo – le piùprofonde dimensioni dell’esperienza. Congruenti con queste idee ...


A Study Of Teacher Effectiveness Evaluation Models In American Schools, Lacey Bowman 2013 Purdue University

A Study Of Teacher Effectiveness Evaluation Models In American Schools, Lacey Bowman

Open Access Theses

Bowman, Lacey C. M.A., Purdue University, December 2013. A Study of Teacher Evaluation Effectiveness Models in American Schools. Major Professor: F. Robert Sabol, Ph.D.

The quality of education in America is an issue currently being examined through various perspectives. The use of a teacher effectiveness evaluation model is one method used to determine the link between student achievement and the instructional practices of the teacher. The study reported here will focus on the factors leading up to the increased attention on student achievement in American schools, the role of teacher effectiveness evaluation models in delivering a quality education ...


Voices Of Hope: Designing Social Change, Donald Tarallo 2013 Bridgewater State University

Voices Of Hope: Designing Social Change, Donald Tarallo

Presidential Fellows Program

Proposal Abstract:

If awarded this fellowship, I will devote my time to employ graphic design toward creating positive social change for youth living in the underprivileged neighborhoods of Providence, Rhode Island. The change my project will embody addresses a paradigm shift taking place in the graphic design community as the focus moves from design as a practice that fuels a market to the awareness that graphic design is a social practice and that it can be vehicle for powerful and sustainable social change. This effort will inform my teaching, resulting in a model for art and design education addressing social ...


In Situ Vision: The Student Experience Of Collaborative Learning In A Virtual Drawing Class, Annette Cohen 2013 Antioch University - PhD Program in Leadership and Change

In Situ Vision: The Student Experience Of Collaborative Learning In A Virtual Drawing Class, Annette Cohen

Dissertations & Theses

The purpose of this study was to elucidate the construct of collaboration and the co-construction of knowledge in a distance learning drawing class. Distance learning drawing classes are rare, due to resistance by fine arts departments holding onto traditions that date back to Renaissance times. As a result, there is a paucity of literature on the subject. This multiple method study seeks an understanding of how students collaborate in critiques, form virtual communities and socially construct knowledge about learning how to draw. The study commences with the following three research questions: what social processes facilitate learning to draw from the ...


Incorporating Historic Preservation Into An Accredited Interior Design Program, Reasoning And Application, Jenna M. Woodcox 2013 Wayne State University

Incorporating Historic Preservation Into An Accredited Interior Design Program, Reasoning And Application, Jenna M. Woodcox

Mid-America College Art Association Conference 2012 Digital Publications

Due to the recent decline of the economic situation in the United States, more credibility needs to be established in regard to the professions that are deemed “luxury career paths”. This essay focuses on interior design and historic preservation integration. This literature is intended to bring more credibility and awareness to the interior design field to show outsiders the potential and importance it holds. Most importantly, this proposal is for current designers who are not working in the field, to not give up hope for their design careers and think of ways to reinvent themselves (like choosing a specialty) to ...


Stage As Street: Representation At The Juncture Of The Arts And Justice, E. Gabriel Dattatreyan, Daniel L. Stageman 2013 University of London

Stage As Street: Representation At The Juncture Of The Arts And Justice, E. Gabriel Dattatreyan, Daniel L. Stageman

Publications and Research

Arts educators working with court-involved youth face a set of complex and imbricated challenges. First, how do we gain the interest of the young people we would have participate in what we imagine are col-laborative and mutually generative projects? Second, how do we mediate representational tensions when the project is not solely therapeutic but has a broader public pedagogical purpose—to disrupt the simplistic and pathologizing discourses of poverty and violence that so often capture young men and women of color in the United States? (Bourgois, 2002; Noguera, 2008). Third, and not least, how do we navigate the institutional settings ...


The Power Of Fashion, Virginia Heaven 2012 Columbia College Chicago

The Power Of Fashion, Virginia Heaven

Virginia Heaven

Essay in Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair exhibition catalog.


Co-Principal Investigator: (2010-2013) Images Of Practice In Arts Education In Singapore (Oer 7/10 Lch) Erfp Nie (S$214,097), Sirene Lim 2012 UniSIM College, SIM University

Co-Principal Investigator: (2010-2013) Images Of Practice In Arts Education In Singapore (Oer 7/10 Lch) Erfp Nie (S$214,097), Sirene Lim

Sirene Lim

No abstract provided.


Art Education: Perspectives From Lonergan, Langer And Maslow, Richard M. Liddy 2012 Seton Hall University

Art Education: Perspectives From Lonergan, Langer And Maslow, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

No abstract provided.


Art Education: Perspectives From Lonergan, Langer And Maslow, Richard M. Liddy 2012 Seton Hall University

Art Education: Perspectives From Lonergan, Langer And Maslow, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

Educare attraverso l’arte: il pensiero di Lonergan, Langer e Maslow. Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984), il filosofo-teologo canadese, spesso faceva riferimento alle opere di Susanne K. Langer (1895-1985) nei suoi scritti sulla coscienza artistica e sim¬bolica. Le analisi sull’arte di Langer, in particolare il suo lavoro del 1953, Sen¬timento e forma, considerava l’arte come l’oggettivazione di modelli puramente esperienziali che ci permettono di prestare attenzione e di «vedere» ciò che altrimenti potremmo ignorare. L’arte educa l’attenzione in modo che vedia¬mo – o sentiamo o percepiamo – le piùprofonde dimensioni dell’esperienza. Congruenti con queste idee ...


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