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Acts Of Contrition: An Exploration Of Catholic Guilt And Sensory Pleasure In Kinetic Sculpture, Wade Warman Aug 2018

Acts Of Contrition: An Exploration Of Catholic Guilt And Sensory Pleasure In Kinetic Sculpture, Wade Warman

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis outlines the formulation of a research-based practice in kinetic sculpture. The primary goal is to investigate how historical and contemporary kinetic sculpture might provide a means for exploring the notion of guilt as seen through the paradigm of the Catholic Church by way of sensory pleasure using Joseph Campbellā€™s Monomyth as a framework. The methodological model upon which this research is based is a hybrid model that combines elements of experimental engineering methodologies (i.e. experimentation, data collection, data analysis, etc.) as well as historical research. The primary outcome is Acts of Contrition, a series of five ...


Carved Stone: Maine Artists, University Of Maine Department Of Art Jan 2017

Carved Stone: Maine Artists, University Of Maine Department Of Art

Lord Hall Gallery Exhibition Catalogs

EXHIBITION CATALOG October 6 - November 17, 2017 Forward by Laurie E. Hicks and Greg Ondo Essay by Justin Wolff Afterword by Kelly Littlefield


Littlefield Gallery Visiting Artist Series - Kazumi Hoshino, The University Of Maine Department Of Art Oct 2016

Littlefield Gallery Visiting Artist Series - Kazumi Hoshino, The University Of Maine Department Of Art

Cultural Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series

As part of the ongoing department initiative, The LIttlefield Gallery Visiting Artist Series, Maine sculptor Kazumi Hoshino will be our visiting artist-in-residence, May 1-5, 2017. Hoshino will provide daily demonstrations and art talks in and around the sculpture studio, free and open to the public and campus community. Hoshino will be working with various carving techniques in stone using both Japanese and American techniques and will create multiple stones that work together as a visually integrated single sculpture. The finished piece will later be installed in the lobby of the New Balance Recreation Center. The sculpture will also be scanned ...


Littlefield Gallery Visiting Artist Series - Mark Herrington: Sculpting In The Moment, University Of Maine College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences Apr 2015

Littlefield Gallery Visiting Artist Series - Mark Herrington: Sculpting In The Moment, University Of Maine College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences

Cultural Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series

Maine Sculptor Mark Herrington will be our Visiting Artist in Residence April 27-May 1, 2015. Herrington will provide daily demonstrations and art talks in and around the Sculpture Studio, free and open to the public and campus community. Herrington will be working with various carving techniques in stone, culminating that week in a finished sculpture that will eventually be placed in a garden on campus designed by Elaine Elliot. This work will also be scanned and we will produce a smaller scale version from a 3D printer on campus.


Littlefield Gallery Visiting Artist Series - Andreas Von Huene: Figurative Sculpture, The University Of Maine Apr 2015

Littlefield Gallery Visiting Artist Series - Andreas Von Huene: Figurative Sculpture, The University Of Maine

Cultural Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series

Andreas Von Huene will give a lecture on interpretive figural sculpture and the next day he will give figurative sculpture demonstrations in the sculpture studios.