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Mud And Ashes., Timothy Mcdonald May 2005

Mud And Ashes., Timothy Mcdonald

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The artist discusses the work in Mud and Ashes, his Master of Fine Arts exhibition held at Slocumb Galleries, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee, from March 28 to April 1, 2005. The exhibition marks a turning point in the artist’s work, occupying a beginning place as he completes his graduate career. The work consists of fifteen paintings and one sculptural installation. The paintings are on paper and employ local materials such as red clay, pollen, and beeswax along with traditional artist’s materials such as oil and charcoal. Fire and a power sander have also been used ...


Short Animation Project Written Report, Peter Dee May 2005

Short Animation Project Written Report, Peter Dee

Articles

A brief written report about a short animation project to include the four headings of thematic coherence, walking animation, talking animation and title credits.


Tygr 2005: A Magazine Of Literature & Art, Jill Forrestal, Amy Taylor May 2005

Tygr 2005: A Magazine Of Literature & Art, Jill Forrestal, Amy Taylor

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine Archives (1985-2017)

TYGR is the student art and literary magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.


2005 Forces, Scott Yarbrough May 2005

2005 Forces, Scott Yarbrough

Forces

No abstract provided.


The Promethean, Spring/Summer 2005, English Department May 2005

The Promethean, Spring/Summer 2005, English Department

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


Use Of General Preservation Assessments: Process, Karen E.K. Brown May 2005

Use Of General Preservation Assessments: Process, Karen E.K. Brown

University Libraries Faculty Scholarship

This paper describes the typology of general preservation assessments and investigates what is being accomplished based on recommendations identified in the process. The author characterizes the assessment based on tabulated data. A range of institutional types and sizes are represented. The investment of staff time and the role of the consultant are examined. The most frequent goal of respondents was to develop a preservation plan. Interest in repair and reformatting was significantly less than interest in preventive activities. The findings of this study suggest that assessment reports are thorough and organized; report content is consistent across the population studied. The ...


A Promenade Through Paris, Kelley Voegelin May 2005

A Promenade Through Paris, Kelley Voegelin

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

I have written and illustrated a short story that takes place during one day in Paris, France. The story is drawn from my own experience living in another culture. I have created a main character that brings the reader through the story. Along the way the reader visits wonderful places in the city of Paris and learns snippets about Parisian culture and lifestyle.

The text and artwork themselves appear in a book that I have made by hand. I began by inventing a unique paper of a cotton base, lilies, cattails, and other starchy plants. At the end of the ...


On Earth, Laura Mariposa Williams May 2005

On Earth, Laura Mariposa Williams

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

When Junior year arrived, along with the opportunity to start a thesis project, Kristina Foley and I agreed that this was right opportunity for us to create a body of collaborative art works. From there we decided to present our final works at Spark Gallery. Our show, On Earth, is a collection of works in varying media. Overall, we have three videos, two narrative, photographic series, two mural photographs, a driftwood sculpture, felted pelts and photographic frames, a book of poetry and drawings held in knitted pouches, and a shadow cloth mural.

What does it mean to be working in ...


Good Society, Lindsay Dedario May 2005

Good Society, Lindsay Dedario

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

My senior honors thesis is an illustrated book which renders various snapshots of people and events encountered while I was living and volunteering in Ecuador during the summer of 2004. Each snapshot brings to life some aspect of the human condition which transcends the boundaries of culture, qualities which are intrinsic to humanity despite our vast surface value differences.

I used a fairly tight, lyrical voice combined with a borderline journalistic approach to textually communicate each snapshot. This is not intended to over romanticize the piece or to ignore the fact that this society had problems like all others. Rather ...


Through Doors: Every Door Takes You Someplace Completely New, Gareth Manwaring May 2005

Through Doors: Every Door Takes You Someplace Completely New, Gareth Manwaring

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

Through Doors is a 30-minute experimental action-adventure fiction film. The film is fueled by the premise: “What if every door you walked through took you someplace completely different?” It was shot in Syracuse, New York, with collaborations between the community and students at Syracuse University. The sound track was composed by local artists Joe Driscoll, Ryan Zara and Gregg Yetti. Through Doors was shot using the Panasonic DVX100 24p camera which gave the final piece the look of film, even though it was shot in a digital format. Through Doors is a work of art for entertainment purposes as well ...


On Earth, Kristina Foley May 2005

On Earth, Kristina Foley

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

My thesis project is structured around a friendship that grew into an artistic collaboration. Laura Williams and myself, Kristina Foley, pulled our resources and concepts together from two seemingly disparate fields of art, Fiber Structure and Interlocking and the Media Art Program, to explore our personal identification with Feminism, magic, and the role of art in illustrating history through revealing perspectives often kept hidden. Using fibers and textile pieces we explore a women’s history that has been kept private and held close to the body, while simultaneously using video and photography to re-imagine how the female is projected into ...


A Place Apart: Myth And Sacred Space, Diana Hazel May 2005

A Place Apart: Myth And Sacred Space, Diana Hazel

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

“When old myths are lost, new ones are needed. Myths flourish and fade and die, but new myths are born, old ones are resurrected, and hybrid forms combining new and old emerge when times change or cultures mingle” (Graves: 1959, 9).

The original concept of this project was to create a CD-ROM database of mythology from various cultures and time periods throughout history. The first few months of my work were carried out with this end in mind. Since then, the project has taken a more personal turn. Instead of presenting the mythologies of other people, I have created my ...


Studio Girls, Orelia Dann, Marisa Dukowitz, Nicole Eicher, Moira Fratantuono, Cassie Gurbisz, Kathleen Harrigan, Suzie Loata, Jean Macaluso, Cory Perewiznyk, Asheton Phinney, Alexandra Thayer, Ward Davenny, Trout Gallery Apr 2005

Studio Girls, Orelia Dann, Marisa Dukowitz, Nicole Eicher, Moira Fratantuono, Cassie Gurbisz, Kathleen Harrigan, Suzie Loata, Jean Macaluso, Cory Perewiznyk, Asheton Phinney, Alexandra Thayer, Ward Davenny, Trout Gallery

Student Scholarship & Creative Works By Year

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, April 29 - July 2, 2005.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Ward Davenny, Dickinson College.

No matter how surprising the outcome, the internal process of making art is evolutionary, shaped by intuition and logic.With any such long-term process, it can be difficult to assign beginnings or endings, but for these young artists, this exhibition and catalogue represent both.The sometimes agonizing arrival at a “finished product” begs the start of the next cycle. For now, only these materials, applied in these specific ways, co-exist, enhance, and help define their ...


Smoking Nuns / Untitled, Mike Newell Apr 2005

Smoking Nuns / Untitled, Mike Newell

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Pieta 8, B-Rock Apr 2005

Pieta 8, B-Rock

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory

No abstract provided.


Inscape Spring 2005, Morehead State University Apr 2005

Inscape Spring 2005, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 2005 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 72, No. 2, Spring 2005, Patrick Roesle, Julie Gentile, Joshua Solomon, Ashley Higgins, Megan Bossler, Rachel Daniel, Thomas Richter, Victoria Wynne, Susannah Fisher, Jennifer Mingolello, Sarah Kauffman, Trevor Strunk, Jessica Schoff, Abi Munro, Klaus Yoder, Sean Neil, Alison Shaffer, Shane Borer, Whitney Roper, Daniel Bruno, Chris Curley, Shannon Burke Apr 2005

The Lantern Vol. 72, No. 2, Spring 2005, Patrick Roesle, Julie Gentile, Joshua Solomon, Ashley Higgins, Megan Bossler, Rachel Daniel, Thomas Richter, Victoria Wynne, Susannah Fisher, Jennifer Mingolello, Sarah Kauffman, Trevor Strunk, Jessica Schoff, Abi Munro, Klaus Yoder, Sean Neil, Alison Shaffer, Shane Borer, Whitney Roper, Daniel Bruno, Chris Curley, Shannon Burke

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Transmigration
• Faces of the Moon
• Euphony of the Euphonium
• He Met Me in the Arcs & Ebbs of Frailty
• An Adoration of Ordination
• Ebony: The Essence Thereof
• Curbside Statue Has No Legs Left
• Triggerfinger Romance
• Lost
• Running Through Connecticut
• Eve
• The Day Lates and the Dollar Shorts
• Somnambulist
• That's That
• The Glenn Machine
• Evenfall in Bad Homburg
• Absence of Field
• Dating Myself
• Traveling Without a Map
• The Non-Euclidean Way to Get Some Bagels
• La Belle Epoque
• Satin Boxes


Taking In: 2005, Aib Students Apr 2005

Taking In: 2005, Aib Students

Taking In

This book is the third edition in the Taking In: series. As was the case in Taking In: I and II, the work, dedication, detail, and graphic design is extraordinary and impressive. The work submitted by our students, and selected by our distinguished judges, reflects the eclectic vision, visual intelligence, perception, and promise of a talented student body. During this first year as a class, Taking In: worked through twice as many submissions than the previous years in half the amount of time. The stable class structure allowed a dependable process to support creativity and enabled the students, as artists ...


Icon Spring 2005 Apr 2005

Icon Spring 2005

ICON

No abstract provided.


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 17:2 —Spring 2005, Textile Society Of America Apr 2005

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 17:2 —Spring 2005, Textile Society Of America

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Lemurs and Lambda: Textile Conservation Training in Madagascar
From the President
TSA Member News
TSA News
TSA Study Tours
Conservation News
Collections News
New Publications
Grants and Awards
Conferences and Symposia
Calendar-Exhibitions
Call for Papers: Textile Narratives and Conversations: Textile Society of America Symposium 2006, October 11–14, 2006, Toronto, Ontario
Calendar-Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Tours


Staging Diplomacy In Eighteenth-Century Rome: The Festival Of The Chinea, Kristin A. Triff Apr 2005

Staging Diplomacy In Eighteenth-Century Rome: The Festival Of The Chinea, Kristin A. Triff

Watkinson Publications

Guide to exhibit held by Watkinson Library. Prints from the Vincent J. Buonanno Collection January 24 - February 28, 2005


Zephyr: The Sixth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Catherine Giaquinto, Liz Andrews, Christine Felser, Jessica Lemire, Jamie Thompson, Rebecca Wood Apr 2005

Zephyr: The Sixth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Catherine Giaquinto, Liz Andrews, Christine Felser, Jessica Lemire, Jamie Thompson, Rebecca Wood

Zephyr

This is the sixth issue of Zephyr, the University of New England's journal of creative expression. Since 2000, Zephyr has published original drawings, paintings, photography, prose, and verse created by current and former members of the University community. Zephyr's Editorial Board is made up exclusively of matriculating students.


Pensive Lullabies: Re-Examining Children's Stories Through Visual Representation, Megan Jensen Apr 2005

Pensive Lullabies: Re-Examining Children's Stories Through Visual Representation, Megan Jensen

McNair Scholars Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Macromedia Director Audio Project Research - Written Report, Peter Dee Mar 2005

Macromedia Director Audio Project Research - Written Report, Peter Dee

Articles

A written report about the Director Audio Project: Underground Sound to include the four headings of control of audio, thematic coherence, management of assets and originality of approach / design rationale. The Underground Sound Director Audio Project is about contemporary black music in an urban setting. Images of old and young captured in the environment in which they live.


Director Transporting Project: Written Report, Peter Dee Feb 2005

Director Transporting Project: Written Report, Peter Dee

Articles

A brief written report about the mini Director Project: Transporting - to include the four headings of rollover buttons, buttons that link to external movies, embedded fonts and external casts. The Transport Director Project is all about a city in motion. It can relate to any city around the world and ties in with various means of transport available to the public in the city, to get from the proverbial ‘A to B’.


Design Principles: Attractive Bias Written Report, Peter Dee Feb 2005

Design Principles: Attractive Bias Written Report, Peter Dee

Articles

A written report to analyse two objects in relation to the principle of attractiveness bias; one of which supports this design principle and one which does not.


My Dog Patch! Website Written Report, Peter Dee Feb 2005

My Dog Patch! Website Written Report, Peter Dee

Articles

A brief written report about the My dog Patch! Website and to include the four headings of navigational functionality, file structure, thematic coherence and use of code.

The My dog Patch! Website is designed as part of the Mini_Website_project_brief given by Dr. Brian Keegan as part of the Dublin Institute of Technology MA in Digital Media Technology Programme.


Design Principles: Continue With Critiquing :Written Report, Peter Dee Feb 2005

Design Principles: Continue With Critiquing :Written Report, Peter Dee

Articles

A written report about an object which is considered to be an example of good design focusing on two principles of design; aesthetic usability effect and affordance.


Edgar Degas: Six Friends At Dieppe, Maureen C. O'Brien, Linda Catano, Anna Gruetzner Robins Jan 2005

Edgar Degas: Six Friends At Dieppe, Maureen C. O'Brien, Linda Catano, Anna Gruetzner Robins

Books

The lives of the six men depicted in Edgar Degas' Six Friends at Dieppe - as well as Degas himself - are explored. The history of the painting's placement in the RISD Museum's collection is traced back to Degas' relationship with one of the men featured in the painting. The narrative is interspersed with paintings, photographs, and excerpts from various memoirs, autobiographies and correspondences.


You Must Withstand The Wind : Transformation Of The Urban Landscape By Mark Anthony Mulligan, Albertus Gorman, Adrian Swain Jan 2005

You Must Withstand The Wind : Transformation Of The Urban Landscape By Mark Anthony Mulligan, Albertus Gorman, Adrian Swain

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2005 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artist Mark Anthony Mulligan.