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A Day With "Master" Bookbinder Peter D. Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen Nov 2007

A Day With "Master" Bookbinder Peter D. Verheyen, Peter D. Verheyen

Peter D Verheyen

Illustrated presentation on the speaker's training and professional path in bookbinding, book arts, and conservation presented to the Cornell University Book Arts Club. Audio portion of presentation is 61.7MB mp3 file.


Finding Time: How It Is Made Visual Artists Newsletter, Brian Fay Jul 2007

Finding Time: How It Is Made Visual Artists Newsletter, Brian Fay

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FINDING TIME

Brian Fay outlines the processes and concepts underpinning his practice


Drawing As An Advent To Design Studio Education, Carl A. Rogers Jan 2007

Drawing As An Advent To Design Studio Education, Carl A. Rogers

Landscape Architecture Publications

Design studio education separates design and visual representation as individual subjects requiring different educational objectives. Each subject employs distinct skills such as line and value for visual representation or form and experience for design. The potential of design decisions should be based upon integration creative ideas with observation and representation skills. This paper describes a drawing process conceived by the author which considers issues of drawing including i) the pictorial function of drawing, ii) the ability of drawing to illuminate ideas, and iii) the relationship between seeing and imagining when drawing. The goal is to consider the intrinsic relationship between ...


The Construction Of Scale In Museum Exhibition Design: Negotiating Context And Narrative With Object Display, Jillian S. Noble Jan 2007

The Construction Of Scale In Museum Exhibition Design: Negotiating Context And Narrative With Object Display, Jillian S. Noble

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Historical museums take large-scale events and attempt to recreate them within the spatial confines of the museum space. This shift from the large-scale event to the small-scale display is enacted in order to present a history to the public for educational and preservation purposes. This construction of scale, while necessary, is not without consequences. It is important for exhibit designers to acknowledge and understand how their decisions about scale influence the interpretation of the narrative. This study examined the exhibit designer's role in the construction of scale, and the decisions made by them as they construct narrative space. A ...