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Four Decades Ron Geibert: Emeritus Professor - Works From 1978 - 2017, Ronald R. Geibert, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries Aug 2018

Four Decades Ron Geibert: Emeritus Professor - Works From 1978 - 2017, Ronald R. Geibert, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

A retrospective showing featuring color street photography, installations, Orwellian prints, and electronic kiosks and complemented with a re-showing of a 1986 exhibition, and the 1997 CD-ROM with rare video and audio components, illustrating the role of social and recreational events during the Great Depression and photographic artworks added to the Wright State University permanent collection from the dozen shows curated by Professor Emeritus Ron Geibert from 1986 to 2007


Western Bias In Art, Sally A. Struthers Aug 2018

Western Bias In Art, Sally A. Struthers

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

Presentation given at the Dayton Art Institute on the Western Bias in Art.


Women Photographers In History, Sally A. Struthers Jan 2018

Women Photographers In History, Sally A. Struthers

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

A presentation on women photographers in history.


Selected Curated Exhibitions And Electronic Publications, Ronald R. Geibert Jan 2018

Selected Curated Exhibitions And Electronic Publications, Ronald R. Geibert

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

A collection of announcements and CD-ROM artwork from exhibitions and electronic publications curated by Ronald R. Geibert.


Maternal Subjectivity In Painting: A Response To The Idealization Of Artists And Mothers, Heather Lea Reid Jan 2016

Maternal Subjectivity In Painting: A Response To The Idealization Of Artists And Mothers, Heather Lea Reid

Master of Humanities Capstone Projects

The focus of this project thesis is maternal subjectivity in contemporary art. Despite the embedded theme of mother and child in the history of Western art, the subject of children and motherhood has become taboo. Likewise, a stigma exists in the art world about mothers being artists. This thesis explains the historical context that created the current art world paradigmone that still embraces romantic notions of who can be an artist, based on limiting traditional ideas of "greatness" or "genius." Such a model suppresses the voice of the outsider. This essay examines the mother as an outsider in artmaking by ...


Storie Of The Past: Learning The Legacy Of Emmet Gowin, Megan Hague, Tracy Longley-Cook Dec 2012

Storie Of The Past: Learning The Legacy Of Emmet Gowin, Megan Hague, Tracy Longley-Cook

Explorations – The Journal of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity at Wright State

The process of producing a documentary film about the legacy of Emmet Gowin is much like the process, I imagine, of researching and discovering the biographical history of a prominent figure in art. Unlike most documentary films I have made, which largely focus on what is happening presently in the lives of the individuals I am documenting, the Emmet Gowin project has been one fueled by memories of the past. This nostalgic process of reminiscing has created a very unique and unfamiliar opportunity in documentary filmmaking for me, the approach being greatly dependent on stories of the past which in ...


Relics And Constellations: Hybrid Work Of Paul Catanese, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries Oct 2011

Relics And Constellations: Hybrid Work Of Paul Catanese, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog is from an exhibition of work by artist, Paul Catanese. Originally held at Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from October 23, 2011 through January 8, 2012.Relics and Constellations, features a collection of different works in a variety of media that range from prints, to modified Gameboy Advance consoles, to site specific installations.


Adjunct Faculty Certification 101: Introduction To Teaching And Learning, Kent Zimmerman, Sally A. Struthers Mar 2011

Adjunct Faculty Certification 101: Introduction To Teaching And Learning, Kent Zimmerman, Sally A. Struthers

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

More than 200 adjunct faculty at Sinclair Community College have completed the Adjunct Faculty Certification Program. Join this overview of the curriculum and the peer review requirements of the program.


Art History In The Virtual Classroom: Developing A Visually Engaging Online Learning Experience, Kelly Joslin, Sally A. Struthers Mar 2010

Art History In The Virtual Classroom: Developing A Visually Engaging Online Learning Experience, Kelly Joslin, Sally A. Struthers

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

Moving from the traditional classroom to the online environment presents faculty who wish to develop online Art History courses with unique instructional design challenges.

What steps should be taken to ensure a visually rich and engaging learning experience for students?

This session examines the development of ART 235, History of Photography as an online course and features the results of the faculty developers’ collaborative work with the college’s Web Development Team.


Baccalaureate And Associate Degree Relationships Panel, Stephen Black, Charles Grieb, Sally A. Struthers, Sally Paronson Oct 2009

Baccalaureate And Associate Degree Relationships Panel, Stephen Black, Charles Grieb, Sally A. Struthers, Sally Paronson

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

A significant number of reasoned and documented projections indicate that two-year associate degree-granting institutions will play an increasing role in the preparation of students who continue and obtain baccalaureate degrees. The U.S. population is growing, but few new institutions are being built. Many individuals must obtain their collegiate education close to home. Economic pressures and credit-hour caps are focusing states and localities on articulation agreements and curricular continuity. This session will explore these issues as a basis for presenting and considering what administrators should know and think about as local decision-making occurs.


Artistic Expression And Free Speech, Will South, Sally A. Struthers Ph.D. Jan 2009

Artistic Expression And Free Speech, Will South, Sally A. Struthers Ph.D.

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

Presented at the 2009 Wright State Honors Institute on Free Speech in a Global Society.


Kimmerly Kiser: A Memorial Exhibition, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries Jan 2009

Kimmerly Kiser: A Memorial Exhibition, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog features work from a memorial exhibition of drawings and paintings by the late Kimmerly Kiser held at Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries. Kiser was a professor of painting and drawing at Wright State University from 1969 to 1995. He continued teaching as faculty emeritus until his passing in 2006. The exhibition ran from January 25 through February 6, 2009.


Time's Body Of Evidence: An Interdisciplinary Look At Health And Aging, Wright State University Art Galleries Sep 2006

Time's Body Of Evidence: An Interdisciplinary Look At Health And Aging, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

A catalog for an exhibition examining the aspects of aging and health and featuring the work of nine artists. The exhibition ran from September 9 through October 15, 2006 and featured works in a variety of mediums including bronze sculpture, oil on canvas, video, and more.


Water Being Water, Ronald R. Geibert, Wright State University Art Galleries Sep 2005

Water Being Water, Ronald R. Geibert, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

IQ. DNA. MRI. FYI. In an ever-changing world, we find ourselves conversing with abbreviated acronyms and phrases. They drive today's economy, political agenda, and water cooler chitchat. They define our use of resources and the attention given to matters. Who we are, or think we are, are wrapped around their brevity. In our hurried attempt to sort through the complexities of life we use them to only answer the obvious-How? Unfortunately, an equally important question, Why? is often ignored. The solving of the how of things has generally been left to the scientists and the reasons as to the ...


Holponiyochi: Contemporary Native American Sculpture, Wright State University Art Galleries Oct 2003

Holponiyochi: Contemporary Native American Sculpture, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

Nine artists participating in this exhibition share a concern with how practices of visual representation work to construct individual and collective identity. They examine and then reformulate familiar codes of visual culture, turning established conventions of visual representation against themselves. In highly sophisticated and nuanced critical commentary, they explore how both individual and group identities are shaped in and by one's cultural environment. At the same time, they recognize that limiting understanding can be an equally powerful influence in the shaping of one's sense of self and community.


Donatello’S David: The Putti Speak, Sally A. Struthers Dec 2002

Donatello’S David: The Putti Speak, Sally A. Struthers

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

As the first approaching life-sized, freestanding, sensuous, bronze nude since Antiquity, Donatello’s bronze David is a critical monument of the Italian Renaissance. It is also one of the most enigmatic. David is nude, but not completely unclothed, wearing a feminine-looking hat and knee-high boots. David holds a rock and a sword, while standing suggestively, on the head of Goliath. He stands in a relaxed contrapposto stance. His left hand, held to his hip, holds a stone. His right hand is resting on an oversized sword, which points downward to the helmet of Goliath, between the feet of David. As ...


Rosemarie Beck: Paintings 1965-2001, University Galleries, Wright State University Sep 2002

Rosemarie Beck: Paintings 1965-2001, University Galleries, Wright State University

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog features the work of painter Rosemarie Beck, and includes an essay about Beck's work by Martica Sawin. The exhibit was held at the University Art Galleries, Wright State University, from September 18 through October 20, 2002.


With A View Toward The Public: Dayton's Alternative Spaces Residency Program 1977-1983, University Art Galleries, Wright State University Apr 2002

With A View Toward The Public: Dayton's Alternative Spaces Residency Program 1977-1983, University Art Galleries, Wright State University

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

The guide discusses the exhibition about Dayton's Alternative Spaces Residency Program from 1977-1983. A brief description is given for each of the artists and their work involved in the original project.


Creative Approaches To Enhance Student Learning, Teaming, And Collaboration, Sally A. Struthers, Ned Young, Gary Mitchner Mar 2002

Creative Approaches To Enhance Student Learning, Teaming, And Collaboration, Sally A. Struthers, Ned Young, Gary Mitchner

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

This forum concentrates on the use of humor and non-conventional pedagogy to help students improve their learning, teaming, and collaboration skills. Using card games, party games, egg drop exercises, and "A Bug's Life" movie, students experience the complicated interactions of teaming process and external boundary management.


Tracing Vision: Modern Drawings From The Ceseri Collection And The Georgia Museum Of Art, Wright State University Art Galleries Sep 2001

Tracing Vision: Modern Drawings From The Ceseri Collection And The Georgia Museum Of Art, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog features drawings from an exhibition of artists in the 19th- and 20th centuries from the private collection of Giuliano Ceseri and the Georgia Museum of Art. The Tracing Vision exhibition was held at the Wright State University Art Galleries from September 12 through October 14, 2001.


The Present Past: A Survey Of Work By David Leach, David Leach, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries Jan 2001

The Present Past: A Survey Of Work By David Leach, David Leach, Robert And Elaine Stein Galleries

Books Authored by Wright State Faculty/Staff

In 1982 printmaker and painter David Leach created a photo intaglio print titled Broken Line (fig .1) that records an illusion, a seeming change in angle of a twig partly immersed in water, an effect resulting from light refraction. The image might almost serve as commentary on Leach's production as artist. He has stated that in 1982 he realized he was not a "post-studio" artist. 1 That conclusion caused him to move away from the conceptualist investigations that had become the focus of his art by the later 1970s and for which work he had established a reputation. Partly ...


Video 2000, Wright State University Art Galleries Oct 2000

Video 2000, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

Video 2000 celebrates the culmination of the role of video technology and its use as an artistic medium in the latter part of the 20th century, and the beginning of its application into the aesthetics and modalities of the coming century. By presenting major video installations by cutting edge artists , both nationally and internationally known as well as regional within the state of Ohio, Video 2000 focuses on video as a tool for creative expression. Areas of exploration include the use of video as an extended performance or personal journal medium; as a means of social and cultural commentary; as ...


Oh, What A Tangled Web: Three Designs For Web-Based Courses, Sally A. Struthers, Ned Young Mar 2000

Oh, What A Tangled Web: Three Designs For Web-Based Courses, Sally A. Struthers, Ned Young

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

The presenters have created three Web-based courses in three different formats; the Business of Art (a cross-disciplinary course in management and art) the history of photography, and principles of management. Each course is demonstrated and the creation processes are explored with the participants.


Women In Documentary Photography, Ronald R. Geibert, Nancy Howell-Koehler Jan 2000

Women In Documentary Photography, Ronald R. Geibert, Nancy Howell-Koehler

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

Women in Documentary Photography 2000 features portfolios by eight of today's finest working photographers. Produced in conjunction with a March 2000 exhibition at the Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, OH curated by Nancy Howell-Koehler. Among the eight are Mary Berridge, Lauren Greenfield, and Susan Meiselas. The associated PDF are samples from this exhibition.


The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning The Reconsideration Of The Role Of Men, Wright State University Art Galleries Jan 1999

The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning The Reconsideration Of The Role Of Men, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog features of work from an exhibition of male artists including Scott Anderson, Joseph Dal Pra, Jed Jackson, and more. The Patrimony Corrupted exhibition was held at Wright State University Art Galleries from January 5 through 31, 1999.


The Self-Growth Of Vision And The Self-Repose Of Color: A Heideggerian Meditation On The Studio Paintings Of Jean Koeller, Charles Taylor Jan 1998

The Self-Growth Of Vision And The Self-Repose Of Color: A Heideggerian Meditation On The Studio Paintings Of Jean Koeller, Charles Taylor

Philosophy Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Spirits Rising: Heritage And Contemporaneity In Figurative African-American Art, Wright State University Art Galleries Feb 1997

Spirits Rising: Heritage And Contemporaneity In Figurative African-American Art, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog for the exhibition Spirits Rising featured works by African American artists Jon Onye Lockard, Valerie Maynard, and Pheoris West. The exhibition was held at the Wright State University Art Galleries from February 18 through March 23, 1997.


The Democratic Print, Kim Vito, Ronald R. Geibert, Craig Martin Jan 1997

The Democratic Print, Kim Vito, Ronald R. Geibert, Craig Martin

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

THE DEMOCRATIC PRINT features contemporary relief printmaking in the United States. One hundred and fifty-five images and biographical information on thirty-one artists. The approaches include wood and linoleum blocks, relief constructions, book illustrations, multi-process combinations, and installations involving printed relief elements. Edited by Kim Vito and Craig Martin. The associated file are samples from The Democratic Print.


Dayton Collects Ii, Wright State University Art Galleries Nov 1996

Dayton Collects Ii, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

The collectors represented in this show have a variety of interests and collecting styles. The collections range in size from well over 500 objects to just a handful of works, and they cover the full range of artistic media. Some collectors concentrate in depth on a particular period in art history or in a particular geographic area: there are collection of Winslow Homer and Whistler, collections of contemporary art, works by Dayton artists, works by African and Native American artists.


The Seven Deadly Sins Of Hieronymus Bosch, Sally A. Struthers Apr 1996

The Seven Deadly Sins Of Hieronymus Bosch, Sally A. Struthers

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

Some have tried to explain the iconography of Bosch’s works through alchemy, astrology, medicine and the Adamites. Bosch’s work is rich, and seems to come from a number of sources, but he always drew from traditional Christian themes. The sinfulness of mankind is a major theme in Bosch’s oeuvre, and is bound up with the late Medieval theme of the punishments of the damned at the Last Judgment. The theme of the seven deadly sins pervades every surviving painting by Hieronymus Bosch.