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Howard Pyle In Wisconsin, Shan Bryan-Hanson, Heather Campbell Coyle, Sally Cubitt, St. Norbert College Dec 2013

Howard Pyle In Wisconsin, Shan Bryan-Hanson, Heather Campbell Coyle, Sally Cubitt, St. Norbert College

Howard Pyle in Wisconsin

Excerpts from Howard Pyle in Wisconsin. The book itself is available for purchase from the St. Norbert College Art Galleries or the Green Bay and De Pere Antiquarian Society.


Wonderment : Chinese Ink Paintings / Video / Projection / Installation / Soundscape, Anna Glynn Dec 2013

Wonderment : Chinese Ink Paintings / Video / Projection / Installation / Soundscape, Anna Glynn

Artists-in-Residence Programme : Exhibition Catalogues

A major component of Wonderment is the first showing of work done as part of my multimedia MEOAW Project: My Extraordinary Onomatopoeic Animal World. Onomatopoeic words mimic the sounds they represent; the sound of the word imitates the sound the object makes. The words are creations of our human minds and in different cultures and languages the words for the same sounds differ. The Lingnan University community responded enthusiastically to my call for volunteers to participate in the MEAOW project. I have spent many happy hours collecting and recording sound and video from members of this wonderful, culturally-diverse population.


Between : Collaborative Haiku And Picture Postcards 詩情畫意 : 遊走於俳句和明信片之間, Carol Archer, Kit Kelen Nov 2013

Between : Collaborative Haiku And Picture Postcards 詩情畫意 : 遊走於俳句和明信片之間, Carol Archer, Kit Kelen

Visual Studies Programme : Students’ Monographs

This publication is a joint project between staff and students of Lingnan University Department of Visual Studies, University of Macau Department of English Creative Writing Program and Pearl Jubilee College.

The 125-page book, is the outcome of a pedagogical, cross-disciplinary project that fostered the creativity of, and between, students of Hong Kong and Macau.


Ciis Today, Fall 2013 Issue, California Institute Of Integral Studies Oct 2013

Ciis Today, Fall 2013 Issue, California Institute Of Integral Studies

CIIS Today

This volume is the Fall 2013 issue of CIIS Today, the Magazine of the California Institute of Integral Studies.


Melissa Ichiuji: In The Flesh, Shannon Egan Oct 2013

Melissa Ichiuji: In The Flesh, Shannon Egan

Schmucker Art Catalogs

When she dances, acts, sculpts, sews or films, artist Melissa Ichiuji presents the human figure in political and personal terms, examining its various states of desire or distortion. This exhibition In the Flesh presents three discrete recent bodies of Ichiuji’s work: a series of busts of political figures from the 2012 election season entitled Fair Game, a trio of life-sized sculptures of female bodies, and lastly, Everything to Lose, a film and corresponding photographs of the artist donning an elaborately sculpted costume. Despite seeming differences in medium and subject in this exhibition, Ichiuji works with similar materials and artistic ...


Exhibitions And Events, 2013-2014, University Galleries Oct 2013

Exhibitions And Events, 2013-2014, University Galleries

University Galleries

Listing of exhibitions, events, and lectures held at the University Galleries at Illinois State University.


Andy Warhol: Polaroids & Portraits, Emily A. Francisco Oct 2013

Andy Warhol: Polaroids & Portraits, Emily A. Francisco

Schmucker Art Catalogs

Enigmatic Andy Warhol claimed he had “no real point to make” in producing art. Yet, his silkscreens, sculptures, paintings, and photographs reveal the artist’s profound interest in the way art intersected with fields like advertising, fashion, film, mass culture, and underground music. In his experimentations with photography and portraiture, Warhol was fascinated with representations of both the individual and the masses and used the Polaroid portrait to illustrate the fine lines between art and popular culture, celebrity and anonymity. [excerpt]


創作無障礙 : 一個為讀寫障礙初中生而設的藝術倡導計劃, Suk Mun, Sophia Law Oct 2013

創作無障礙 : 一個為讀寫障礙初中生而設的藝術倡導計劃, Suk Mun, Sophia Law

Research Expression through Art : Visual Studies Faculty

《創作無障礙》是一項兩年的藝術倡導計劃,由東華三院屯門綜合服務中心與嶺南大學視覺研究系合辦,為屯門區有讀寫障礙(dyslexia)的初中學生設計為期一學年共二十節的藝術創作倡導工作坊,目的是為他們提供一處無障礙的創作平台,透過愉悅的創作過程,以及完成作品賦與的滿足感,促進他們認識自己先天的限制與天賦,發掘自己的潛能,肯定自我,增加自信。計劃分兩輪進行,參與計劃的學校共三間,包括東華三院鄺錫坤伉儷中學、中華基督教會譚李麗芬紀念中學和鐘聲慈善社胡陳金枝中學。其中鄺錫坤伉儷中學參與了兩輪的計劃, 譚李麗芬紀念中學參與了第一年、胡陳金枝中學參與了第二年的計劃。兩學年度一共有四十五位(二十九男、十六女)學生完成計劃。

為了增進家長和老師對讀寫障礙的認識,計劃期間先後舉辦了三次有關「創作與讀寫障礙」的座談會,讓主辦機構、學者和藝術倡導者與參與計劃的學生家長和老師分享計劃的理念、過程和成果。三次座談會的氣氛相當熱烈,尤其是最後一次老師的參與和意見,對促進家長和主辦機構的溝通起了很大的作用。藝術倡導者在會上就個別同學在計劃中的表現與他們的家長交換意見, 有助他們了解同學在學習上面對的困難,明白同學的潛能。

兩輪計劃在完結時都籌辦一次展覽,展出計劃中學生創作的話劇表演和藝術作品,讓家長、老師、以至社會人士能夠看到讀寫障礙學生的創意和能力,並加以肯定,使得參與的學生在計劃過程中已經建立的自我和信心,在計劃完結後能夠得到家長和老師持續的鼓勵,日後在生活和學習上幫助他們發展長處,推動他們的動力去面對困難。


Funerary Stela Of Heni, Risd Museum, Antoine Revoy, James Allen Aug 2013

Funerary Stela Of Heni, Risd Museum, Antoine Revoy, James Allen

Channel

Offered symbolically, the images and hieroglyphics depicted on the right of this funerary stela ensured that Heni, a local high official, would never experience hunger or thirst in the afterlife. The slightly awkward proportions of Heni’s figure are typical of monuments of the First Intermediate period, when there was no centralized government in Egypt. The lack of royal control over artistic production during this time allowed artists to experiment, as seen in the multiple levels of relief on Heni’s kilt, the particular green of the hieroglyphs, and the striped border. 2134-2040 BCE


Intertextuality : A Residency Project At Lingnan University 2013 = 互為文本, Chun Fai Chow, Michelle Lee, Ivy Ma Jul 2013

Intertextuality : A Residency Project At Lingnan University 2013 = 互為文本, Chun Fai Chow, Michelle Lee, Ivy Ma

Artists-in-Residence Programme : Exhibition Catalogues

The intertextual works articulate their meanings through the process of creation but not through the artists alone. The significances and meanings of the artworks are produced by the copying and referencing of texts that already exist. Creators of these 'new' works forgo the identity as an author, the tracing of originality and the following of reading habits and traditions are to be violated. The process of reading, deciphering and judging of the artworks injects new meanings into the original texts written by the old masters; any blockages or fragmentation that happens in the process will further promote the conceptualisation and ...


Historic Scrapbooks: Common Risks And Sensible Solutions, Melissa Tedone Jun 2013

Historic Scrapbooks: Common Risks And Sensible Solutions, Melissa Tedone

Preservation Outreach and Workshops

This session will discuss the most common threats to historic scrapbooks, and demonstrate strategies for safe handling, stabilization, and storage. Participants will gain tools for identifying the highest-risk items in their collection; setting priorities for stabilization and rehousing; and creating the best strategy for long-term preservation.


Art In The Library: From The Collection Of The Thomas G. Carpenter Library, University Of North Florida, Thomas G. Carpenter Library Jun 2013

Art In The Library: From The Collection Of The Thomas G. Carpenter Library, University Of North Florida, Thomas G. Carpenter Library

Art in the Library Catalog

The Thomas G. Carpenter Library’s Art in the Library project began in 2008. Since the project’s inception the collection has grown to more than 100 pieces through the generosity of artists and collectors. Many of the works are by artists from northeast Florida. This is a selection of the pieces that may be found on display throughout the library’s four floors.

Catalog contains work by the following artists: Nofa Dixon, Diane Farris, John Bunker, Mindy Hawkins, Tom Farrell, Anthony Whiting, Louise Freshman Brown, Susanne Schuenke, Susanna Richter-Helman, Tiffany Leach, Jonathan Lux, Marilyn Taylor, Steve Williams, Christie Holechek ...


Dotphotozine Issue 3, May 2013, Students Of The Csusb Art Department, Thomas Mcgovern May 2013

Dotphotozine Issue 3, May 2013, Students Of The Csusb Art Department, Thomas Mcgovern

Dotphotozine

No abstract provided.


Veronese’S Goblets: Glass Design And The Civilizing Process, Pascale Rihouet May 2013

Veronese’S Goblets: Glass Design And The Civilizing Process, Pascale Rihouet

Faculty & Librarian Work

Taking its cue from Veronese’s lavish Wedding at Cana (1563), this article explores the meanings of fine and ordinary glassware, focusing on the performative value of Renaissance goblets. Drinking vessels are analyzed here as tools for the gradual transformation of human behavior, or the ‘Civilizing Process’ that sociologist Norbert Elias expounded. In the mid-sixteenth century, new designs for fine glasses supported and shaped the proper conduct expected of guests and servants in banquets. Iconographic sources such as the exquisite wine cups depicted by Veronese, didactic literature and the objects themselves document the kind of challenges and expectations that handling ...


Chair And Table, Risd Museum, Tony Cokes, Rosanne Somerson Apr 2013

Chair And Table, Risd Museum, Tony Cokes, Rosanne Somerson

Channel

Richard Artschwager was a scientist and a furniture maker before becoming an artist. Through a witty transformation of material and scale characteristic of Pop Art, his work considers the relationship between art and everyday objects as it explores ideas about both sculpture and furniture. The exaggerated thickness of the chair and table negates their traditional function: the narrow space between the seat and tabletop make it impossible to sit there. Artschwager’s use of Formica® with a simulated wood-grain pattern raises questions about what is real, fake, or a simulation of something else. In the case of his Exclamation Point ...


The Creation Of Tate Modern Has Been As Important To British Life As The National Health Service, Risd Museum, Bob + Roberta Smith Apr 2013

The Creation Of Tate Modern Has Been As Important To British Life As The National Health Service, Risd Museum, Bob + Roberta Smith

Channel

No abstract provided.


Taking In 2013, Aib Students Apr 2013

Taking In 2013, Aib Students

Taking In

Taking In is a student run project featuring a selection of work created by students attending the Art Institute of Boston. The project focuses on the business of promoting art and culminates each year with a juried exhibition, publication, and a website all designed to promote selected works of AIB artists. The selected pieces were chosen anonymously by a jury of distinguished members of the Boston art community to represent the best of AIB Photography in 2013. The book in your hands is the end result of a collective effort by those in the class.


Zephyr: The Thirteenth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Constance Glynn, Jocelyn Koller, Kayla Carr, Trisha Clegg, Hillary Cusack, Danielle Cropley, James Muller, Jessica Perkins, Erin Ward Apr 2013

Zephyr: The Thirteenth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Constance Glynn, Jocelyn Koller, Kayla Carr, Trisha Clegg, Hillary Cusack, Danielle Cropley, James Muller, Jessica Perkins, Erin Ward

Zephyr

This is the thirteenth 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.


Zephyr: The Fourteenth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Constance Glynn, Jocelyn Koller, Katie Labbe, Shannon Cardinal, Hillary Cusack, Sarah Fleischmann, Holly Huntress, James Muller, Jessica Perkins, Megan Totten Apr 2013

Zephyr: The Fourteenth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Constance Glynn, Jocelyn Koller, Katie Labbe, Shannon Cardinal, Hillary Cusack, Sarah Fleischmann, Holly Huntress, James Muller, Jessica Perkins, Megan Totten

Zephyr

This is the fourteenth 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.


Tygr 2013: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Jill Forrestal, William Greiner, Patrick Kirk, Mckenzie Fritch Apr 2013

Tygr 2013: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Jill Forrestal, William Greiner, Patrick Kirk, Mckenzie Fritch

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

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

[Historical Muse] The Tyger -- William Blake, p. 5.


The Lantern, 2012-2013, Nora Sternlof, Kerrey Kahn, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Chelsea Callahan, Anna Lorine, Sophie Zander, Caroline Putscher, Dominick Knowles, Samuel Brenner, Amanda Sierzega, Emily Duffy, Emily Fogel, Chloe Campbell, Andrew Tran, Maxwell Bicking, Jillian Goldstein, Erica Gorenberg, Alex Niedmann, Kelsey Knowles, Logan Metcalf-Kelly, Edwin Kosik, Gladys Martinez, Olivia Hovick, Shane English, Brooke Haley, Isabella Esser-Munera, Joshua Hoffman, Michael Heimbaugh, Anna Lobo, Kristin Cichowski, Brett Neslen, Allison Cavanaugh, Monica Reuman '15, Rikki Kathryn Eble, Angier Cooper, Rayna Nunes, Stephanie Breitsman, Julianna Lepore, Rachel Blunt, Nicole Kovacs Apr 2013

The Lantern, 2012-2013, Nora Sternlof, Kerrey Kahn, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Chelsea Callahan, Anna Lorine, Sophie Zander, Caroline Putscher, Dominick Knowles, Samuel Brenner, Amanda Sierzega, Emily Duffy, Emily Fogel, Chloe Campbell, Andrew Tran, Maxwell Bicking, Jillian Goldstein, Erica Gorenberg, Alex Niedmann, Kelsey Knowles, Logan Metcalf-Kelly, Edwin Kosik, Gladys Martinez, Olivia Hovick, Shane English, Brooke Haley, Isabella Esser-Munera, Joshua Hoffman, Michael Heimbaugh, Anna Lobo, Kristin Cichowski, Brett Neslen, Allison Cavanaugh, Monica Reuman '15, Rikki Kathryn Eble, Angier Cooper, Rayna Nunes, Stephanie Breitsman, Julianna Lepore, Rachel Blunt, Nicole Kovacs

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• How They Run
• What Was Said in Boston
• On the Last Day of the Month
• An Angel Tries to Surprise Humans
• I Wonder if God Modeled Boys After Books
• Marred with Modern Scars
• Feather Bed
• Ode to a Pen
• Objet Petit A
• Breaking News: Grownups Fear Return of Disco
• Neuroscience
• New Document
• We Were Stars, and the Sky was Our Grass
• About a Man
• Trojan
• An Ode
• Yr Body Sour
• That Lake in Jamaica
• Live While Chiefs are Still Fighting
• Lament for Mathematics
• The Robert Frost House
• People Fell in Love on Me
• Sunday Review
• Looks Silly in Tiny Desk ...


Satori 2013, Winona State University Apr 2013

Satori 2013, Winona State University

Satori Literary Magazine

The Satori is a student literary publication that expresses the artistic spirit of the students of Winona State University. Student poetry, prose, and graphic art are published in the Satori every spring since 1970.


Transformative Beauty: Art Museums In Industrial Britain, Amy Woodson-Boulton Feb 2013

Transformative Beauty: Art Museums In Industrial Britain, Amy Woodson-Boulton

Faculty Pub Night

No abstract provided.


Manual / Issue One, Amy Pickworth, Editor, S. Hollis Mickey, Editor, Sarah Ganz Blythe, Editor, Robert Brinkerhoff, Maureen O'Brien, Sheila Bonde, James Mcshane, Elizabeth Williams, Kate Irvin Jan 2013

Manual / Issue One, Amy Pickworth, Editor, S. Hollis Mickey, Editor, Sarah Ganz Blythe, Editor, Robert Brinkerhoff, Maureen O'Brien, Sheila Bonde, James Mcshane, Elizabeth Williams, Kate Irvin

Journals

Manual, a journal about art and its making. Hand in Hand. The inaugural issue of The Manual, a twice-yearly publication by the RISD Museum. The theme of this first issue is “hand in hand,” a phrase first recorded in the 16th century. Its early usage described the clasping of palm to palm, but the term has since come to encompass more than this literal meaning. To be hand in hand is also to be connected, joined, concurrent, well matched. Thumb through these pages to find rigorous, imaginative musings as artists and academics make solid contact, gesture wildly, and put their ...


David Lucas, David Lucas, Kentucky Folk Art Center Jan 2013

David Lucas, David Lucas, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2013 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog for artist David Lucas.


Tropos: A Magazine Of Literary And Artistic Works 2012-2013, Lawrence University Jan 2013

Tropos: A Magazine Of Literary And Artistic Works 2012-2013, Lawrence University

Tropos

No abstract provided.


Risd Fact Book 2013, Institutional Research Jan 2013

Risd Fact Book 2013, Institutional Research

RISD Fact Books

The Office of Institutional Research is pleased to present the Rhode Island School of Design Fact Book 2013. The Fact Book is a summary of institutional data gathered from many areas of the College, compiled to capture the 2012 Fiscal and Academic Year, as well as the beginning of Academic Year 2012-13. Where appropriate, multiple years of data are provided for historical perspective. While not all-encompassing, the Fact Book provides pertinent facts and figures and is made available as a reference to administrators, faculty, staff and students.


Climate Of Uncertainty, Laura Fatemi, Liam Heneghan, Randall Honold, Louise Lincoln Jan 2013

Climate Of Uncertainty, Laura Fatemi, Liam Heneghan, Randall Honold, Louise Lincoln

DePaul Art Museum Publications

No abstract provided.


We Shall: Photographs By Paul D'Amato, Gregory J. Harris, Paul D'Amato, Cleophus J. Lee, Louise Lincoln Jan 2013

We Shall: Photographs By Paul D'Amato, Gregory J. Harris, Paul D'Amato, Cleophus J. Lee, Louise Lincoln

DePaul Art Museum Publications

No abstract provided.


Maine Women Pioneers Iii: Vanguard, Homage, Worldview, Dirigo, University Of New England Art Gallery, Center For Ethics In Action Jan 2013

Maine Women Pioneers Iii: Vanguard, Homage, Worldview, Dirigo, University Of New England Art Gallery, Center For Ethics In Action

Exhibition Catalogues

Maine Women Pioneers III is the catalogue from the University of New England Art Gallery’s October 12, 2012—July 21, 2013 four-part exhibition.

Vanguard (Oct. 12 - Dec. 16, 2012) featured avant-garde, experimental and innovative works by nine Maine artists who offer insights into the future using mixed media, conceptual installation, performance and video elements. Featured artists: Susan Bickford, Diana Cherbuliez, Amy Stacey Curtis, Alicia Eggert, Lauren Fensterstock, Lihua Lei, Julie Poitras Santos, Carrie Scanga, and Ling-Wen Tsai.

Homage (Jan. 2 - March 3, 2013) highlighted veteran artists who are powerful examples of career and lifelong original creative accomplishment, ahead of ...