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Hummingbird, Sheala J. Dunlap 2021 Humboldt State University

Hummingbird, Sheala J. Dunlap

Toyon Literary Magazine

This illustration can be found on my website: https://shealadunlapart.com/monochromatic/

On my Instagram:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CAdYFrQn6hd/

And on my Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/sheala.dunlap.art/photos/a.107953577593493/112175557171295

This is my original work and I give permission to Toyon for re-publishing.


Changeling: A Single Player Vr Mystery, Kaitlyn S. Tran, Elouise Oyzon, Matthew Pressman, Stephen Callen, Kyle Lekkas, Joshua Bullock, Jake Johnson 2021 Rochester Institute of Technology

Changeling: A Single Player Vr Mystery, Kaitlyn S. Tran, Elouise Oyzon, Matthew Pressman, Stephen Callen, Kyle Lekkas, Joshua Bullock, Jake Johnson

Frameless

Changeling is a VR narrative mystery game focusing upon immersive experience. It was created by aspiring game developers from the Rochester Institute of Technology to experience professional development. Each semester, different sets of students get to work on the game, with past ones working part time. Using the ideas of magical realism and urban fantasy we see each family member respond to uncertainty through the lens of their hopes and fears.


Revenge Of The Lawn, Jason James Wallin 2021 University of Alberta

Revenge Of The Lawn, Jason James Wallin

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

A great irony of the present moment involves the return of objects long thought rallied to the will of man. As growing consensus in climate change research submits, the world presumably given to the mastery of man today returns as an alien force of material and conceptual upheaval. It is against this backdrop of rapid ecological transformation and its cultural impacts that Revenge of the Lawn is situated. As a work of speculative philo-fiction, Revenge of the Lawn surveys the horror of being “read” from the vantage of the non-human as it exists astride and yet withdraws from human melodrama ...


Before Beachie Creek, Raine Welterlen 2021 Portland State University

Before Beachie Creek, Raine Welterlen

Anthós

An account of the biodiversity observed on a hiking trip in July 2020, three months before devastating wildfires destroyed much of the Opal Creek Wilderness


A "Private" Self Portrait, Alana Rock '21 2021 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

A "Private" Self Portrait, Alana Rock '21

Heliotrope

No abstract provided.


Memory, Alana Rock '21 2021 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Memory, Alana Rock '21

Heliotrope

No abstract provided.


Inbound, Alana Rock '21 2021 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Inbound, Alana Rock '21

Heliotrope

No abstract provided.


Portland Street Art: The Gallery Of The City, Mia V. Pinzelik 2021 Portland State University

Portland Street Art: The Gallery Of The City, Mia V. Pinzelik

University Honors Theses

This project will look to better understand the culture and community of Portland street art, the unique aspects of the art form, the kinds of people participating in street art culture, the difficulties they face, and what defines this specific Portland subculture in 2020. The goal of this project is to compile this research into a board game illustrating a general overview of the process and experiences of street artists in Portland.


The Stylistic Development Of Jean Despujols (1886-1965), Kelly M. Ward 2021 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

The Stylistic Development Of Jean Despujols (1886-1965), Kelly M. Ward

LSU Master's Theses

This thesis is the first comprehensive scholarly analysis of the life and most extant works by Jean Despujols. The French and later naturalized American painter, writer, poet, philosopher, deep-thinker, and mystic was best known for his Neoclassical and academic style. This thesis briefly discusses the artist’s beginnings as a young painter at the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux and in Paris, his sketches in the trenches of the First World War, his time at the Villa Medicis after winning the distinguished Rome Prize, and his paintings and thoughts as a philosopher and political writer throughout his life. An ...


Power Structures, Michael A. Whitehead 2021 Louisiana State University

Power Structures, Michael A. Whitehead

LSU Master's Theses

Power Structures is a series of drawings and prints inspired by my fixation with the intricate utilitarian architecture and dystopian atmosphere of Louisiana’s petrochemical corridor. The architectural forms within this body of work juxtapose components of disparate industrial sites to form ruinous monuments to power and progress. The Power Structures are composites of photographs, technical drawings, and memories I have made in my time studying Cancer Alley. I introduce machined aircraft components, gate valves, and various fasteners into the architectural forms of petrochemical plants as elements of misdirection, blurring the line between reality and memory, fact and fabrication.


Connection, Compassion, And Honesty: Using Picture Books To Help Build A Healthier Relationship To Death In A Death-Denying Culture, Kami SU Gould 2021 Portland State University

Connection, Compassion, And Honesty: Using Picture Books To Help Build A Healthier Relationship To Death In A Death-Denying Culture, Kami Su Gould

University Honors Theses

This paper explores the ways children are taught about death and dying and how children’s picture books can be utilized in difficult conversations of this nature. I go into the historical advent of books specifically for children and research how different ways of explaining death can help or hurt a child. Through this research, I explore how our situationality in a death denying culture has shaped how we explain death to children and what steps can be taken to counter this denial.


Childhood Ableism: Too Young To Be Disabled?, Charles Claudino 2021 CSU-Monterey Bay

Childhood Ableism: Too Young To Be Disabled?, Charles Claudino

Writing Waves

No abstract provided.


Picnic Day, Caroline Bass 2021 Furman University

Picnic Day, Caroline Bass

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Furman Bell Tower, Nathan Norfleet 2021 Furman University

Furman Bell Tower, Nathan Norfleet

The Echo

No abstract provided.


The Overlapping Years, Lara Rudman 2021 Furman University

The Overlapping Years, Lara Rudman

The Echo

No abstract provided.


The Guest Room, Jordan Stevens 2021 Furman University

The Guest Room, Jordan Stevens

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Frozen In Time, Elizabeth Mangone 2021 Furman University

Frozen In Time, Elizabeth Mangone

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Final Destination, Anna Bowman 2021 Furman University

Final Destination, Anna Bowman

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Ars Poetica: For When The Smoke Clears, Amanda Cordle 2021 Furman University

Ars Poetica: For When The Smoke Clears, Amanda Cordle

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Unpublishable, Carly Marlys 2021 Furman University

Unpublishable, Carly Marlys

The Echo

No abstract provided.


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