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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 1, Lorett Treese, Rhoda Horning Denlinger, William B. Fetterman, Lee C. Hopple Oct 1988

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 1, Lorett Treese, Rhoda Horning Denlinger, William B. Fetterman, Lee C. Hopple

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• "Faithful Laborers in this Vineyard of the Lord": The Swedish Mission to America
• Metzler's School, Then and Now
• E. H. Rauch's Formative Influence on Pennsylvania German Folk Theater
• Germanic Origins and Religious-Geographical History of the Mennonites in Europe
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)


Measuring Product Semantics With A Computer, Del Coates Oct 1988

Measuring Product Semantics With A Computer, Del Coates

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Inscape Fall 1988, Morehead State University Oct 1988

Inscape Fall 1988, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 1988 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 55, No. 1, Fall 1988, Brian L. Evans, Suzanne Kleintop, Lora L. Hart, Frank R. Moulton Jr., Laura Sassaman, John Biesecker, Matthew Noll, Erika Rohrbach, Keith Leparulo, Jerry Vankanan, Liz Young, Jeremy S. Trinidad, Rich Galeone, Michelle L. Grande Oct 1988

The Lantern Vol. 55, No. 1, Fall 1988, Brian L. Evans, Suzanne Kleintop, Lora L. Hart, Frank R. Moulton Jr., Laura Sassaman, John Biesecker, Matthew Noll, Erika Rohrbach, Keith Leparulo, Jerry Vankanan, Liz Young, Jeremy S. Trinidad, Rich Galeone, Michelle L. Grande

The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present

• The Third Grade Gorilla
• Friend, I Am Not Yet A Poet
• Twisted
• The Final Journey
• Ritu Miltonis
• Hearthside
• The Ogre
• O Indestructible Everlasting
• December 1, 1988
• Our Church
• Louise
• Gazebo For Learned Women
• Hanging Mirror
• Of Football and Flashlights
• The Ragged Brown Peasant
• Judgement of the Serpent
• Sidewalk Wars
• I Guess That's Why I Went Away


Interview With Randall Grider And Ginnie Mae Grider About The Float Building Tradition In Tompkinsville, Kentucky (Fa 401), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Sep 1988

Interview With Randall Grider And Ginnie Mae Grider About The Float Building Tradition In Tompkinsville, Kentucky (Fa 401), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Oral Histories

Transcript of an interview of Randall and Ginnie Mae Grider conducted by Nancy Clay Hundley about the float building tradition at Tompkinsville High School in Tompkinsville, Kentucky. The Griders describe the whole float making process and the activities created through the building of a float. The emotions of the people involved in the process were also discussed. This project was completed as part of a folk studies class at Western Kentucky University.


Gallery: From An Artist's Sketchbook, Walter Hawk Sep 1988

Gallery: From An Artist's Sketchbook, Walter Hawk

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Nexus, Fall 1988, Wright State University Community Sep 1988

Nexus, Fall 1988, Wright State University Community

Nexus Literary Journal

Nexus is a magazine that began as an insert in the Wright State Guardian student newspaper in 1965 and has since been published semi-regularly. It began only accepting creative writing, but has since expanded to include illustrations, photography and other non-written art forms. Today, it is published in a digital format and accepts submissions from around the country, though it maintains its commitment to the Wright State Community.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 37, No. 4, Carl Ned Foltz, Paul Shetrompf, Deborah Shetrompf, Gregory A. Petrick, Patrick Rudolph, Ivan Belac, Loretta Belac, David S. Marks, Lee S. Heffner, Ivan E. Hoyt, J. Ernest Miller, Malcolm Jones, Sheldon Janse, Rachel Janse, Robert Evans, Richard Dewalt, Sandra Gilpin Jul 1988

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 37, No. 4, Carl Ned Foltz, Paul Shetrompf, Deborah Shetrompf, Gregory A. Petrick, Patrick Rudolph, Ivan Belac, Loretta Belac, David S. Marks, Lee S. Heffner, Ivan E. Hoyt, J. Ernest Miller, Malcolm Jones, Sheldon Janse, Rachel Janse, Robert Evans, Richard Dewalt, Sandra Gilpin

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Pennsylvania Redware
• Intaglio
• Silhouette Glass
• Marionettes
• Ceramics
• Fretted Dulcimers
• Satisfying the Hungry
• Festival Focus
• Festival Programs
• Hex Signs
• Dutch Fries
• Metal and Slate Engraving
• Antler Lore
• What are Knobbits?
• Wood Sculpture
• Scherenschnitte and Fraktur


No Title, Mell Popenic Jun 1988

No Title, Mell Popenic

Morehead State University Art Collection

An untitled 1988 painting by Mell Popenic. Presented in Memory of Miss Patti Bolin by Ginny Hudgens Ellington in June of 1992.


Ann O'Hanlon's Kentucky Mural, Harriet W. Fowler Apr 1988

Ann O'Hanlon's Kentucky Mural, Harriet W. Fowler

The Kentucky Review

No abstract provided.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 37, No. 3, Mary Lou Robson Fleming, Richard Matthews, William B. Fetterman, Erick D. Slazinski, N. F. Karlins, Leland D. Baldwin, Edward W. Chester Apr 1988

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 37, No. 3, Mary Lou Robson Fleming, Richard Matthews, William B. Fetterman, Erick D. Slazinski, N. F. Karlins, Leland D. Baldwin, Edward W. Chester

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Folk Artist Jacob Maentel of Pennsylvania and Indiana
• Up Another River: Fourteen Days on the St. Johns
• An Appreciation of Russell Wieder Gilbert
• Holy Images: A Brief Study of Folk Religious Belief
• Lamont Alfred "Old Ironsides" Pry, Contemporary American Folk Artist
• Synopsis of the Penburne Quintet


"Sacred" And "Secular" In Australian Rock Art, Paul Faulstich Apr 1988

"Sacred" And "Secular" In Australian Rock Art, Paul Faulstich

Pitzer Faculty Publications and Research

Recently I have been questioned by several scholars about the terms "sacred" and "secular" in my research on Aboriginal rock art in Australia. It seems clear that many people are uncomfortable with distinguishing between sacred and secular within a tribal context. I would like to express my viewpoint briefly, and hopefully to clear up some of the misconceptions that are held about Aboriginal concepts of spirituality.


Joel Tanner Hart: Kentucky's Neo-Classic Sculptor, David B. Dearinger Apr 1988

Joel Tanner Hart: Kentucky's Neo-Classic Sculptor, David B. Dearinger

The Kentucky Review

No abstract provided.


The Painters Of Henry Clay As "The Sage Of Ashland", Clifford Amyx Apr 1988

The Painters Of Henry Clay As "The Sage Of Ashland", Clifford Amyx

The Kentucky Review

No abstract provided.


Inscape Spring 1988, Morehead State University Apr 1988

Inscape Spring 1988, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 1988 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 54, No. 2, Spring 1988, Laura Sassaman, Bill Connolly, Suzanne Kleintop, Erika Rohrback, Kathleen Walton, Rebecca E. Moore, Lisa R. Talarico, Lisa M. Williams, Vince Leskusky, Jennifer Healy, Orena Herrold, Kevin Adams, Matthew Noll, Jill Hanna, Julie Ann Corish Apr 1988

The Lantern Vol. 54, No. 2, Spring 1988, Laura Sassaman, Bill Connolly, Suzanne Kleintop, Erika Rohrback, Kathleen Walton, Rebecca E. Moore, Lisa R. Talarico, Lisa M. Williams, Vince Leskusky, Jennifer Healy, Orena Herrold, Kevin Adams, Matthew Noll, Jill Hanna, Julie Ann Corish

The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present

• Burning the Christmas Guests
• A Song in Time
• I Ask a Question
• As If Raggedy Anne
• One Man's Escape
• Gypsy Caravan
• Apartment 14B
• The College Inferno
• Somewhere Under Manhattan
• Trumped
• Sunday
• In Quest of Creativity
• Imperfect Healing
• The Game
• The Hunger
• Peanuts on the Beach
• Battlefield Prom
• Confessions of the Untrained Eye
• Animal Attraction
• Street Lamps
• Hey, Old Man
• In Search of Self-Actualization
• Cousin Joe Bob's First Visit to Pulsations


Nexus, Spring 1988, Wright State University Community Mar 1988

Nexus, Spring 1988, Wright State University Community

Nexus Literary Journal

Nexus is a magazine that began as an insert in the Wright State Guardian student newspaper in 1965 and has since been published semi-regularly. It began only accepting creative writing, but has since expanded to include illustrations, photography and other non-written art forms. Today, it is published in a digital format and accepts submissions from around the country, though it maintains its commitment to the Wright State Community.


Redefining The Object, University Art Galleries, Wright State University Feb 1988

Redefining The Object, University Art Galleries, Wright State University

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

This catalog features work from an exhibition of a collection of artists including Jeff Koons, Donald Lipski, and more. The ReDefining the Object exhibition was held at the Wright State University Art Galleries from February 22 through April 3, 1988


The Golden Age Of European Cabaret, Agnieszka Taborska, William Damkoehler, Anne Johnson, Susan Sellers, Georgie Stout, Mark Borok, Michael Zimmerman, Bill Gold, Charles Oestreicher, Edward Guttman, Caroline Provost, Ed Hemingway, Holly Heerens, Eugene Mollica, Susan Unger, Michelle Talbot, Sarah Bishop, Malcom Coelho, Heather Frith, Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine, Jacques Prevert, Don Keefer, Emliy Cohen, Martha Crawford, Susan Becker, Hanns Eisler, Molly Komacker, Vivienne Cho, Carsten Stehr Feb 1988

The Golden Age Of European Cabaret, Agnieszka Taborska, William Damkoehler, Anne Johnson, Susan Sellers, Georgie Stout, Mark Borok, Michael Zimmerman, Bill Gold, Charles Oestreicher, Edward Guttman, Caroline Provost, Ed Hemingway, Holly Heerens, Eugene Mollica, Susan Unger, Michelle Talbot, Sarah Bishop, Malcom Coelho, Heather Frith, Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine, Jacques Prevert, Don Keefer, Emliy Cohen, Martha Crawford, Susan Becker, Hanns Eisler, Molly Komacker, Vivienne Cho, Carsten Stehr

Programs

Program for the second annual RISD Cabaret held in the Cellar in the Pit. Design and layout by Anne Johnson, Susan Sellers and Georgie Stout.


Mark Rhodes/Ephraim Rubenstein: Sculpture, Painting, And Drawing, University Of Richmond Museums Jan 1988

Mark Rhodes/Ephraim Rubenstein: Sculpture, Painting, And Drawing, University Of Richmond Museums

Exhibition Brochures

Mark Rhodes/Ephraim Rubenstein: Sculpture, Painting, and Drawing

November 29 to December 18, 1988

Marsh Art Gallery

Introduction

The art of Ephraim Rubenstein and Mark Rhodes is art about the human figure, born out of personal experience and nourished by the great tradition of the figure in western culture. Indeed, the persistence of the human form in art from prehistoric times into the 20th Century, demonstrates not only the infinite variety of interpretations and expressions possible through the body, but our consistent need for self-realization and re-creation through the figure. The particular pieces in this show convey a remarkable cumulative ...


The Valley Series: Recent Paintings By Keith Jacobshagen, Daphne A. Deeds Jan 1988

The Valley Series: Recent Paintings By Keith Jacobshagen, Daphne A. Deeds

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

Keith Jacobshagen has been a member of the Art Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln since 1968. During the past ten years, he has established a national. reputation as a painter of the mid-western landscape. His studies of the plains are thoughtful assessments of familiar views. But, while Jacobshagen's paintings document the particular conditions of weather, light, topography, and their effect on the land, they also transcend the specific to function as metaphors for the human condition: a solitary viewer surveying an expanse of farm land; a transitory, cloudy sky meeting the cultivated fields; the sky as mystery touching ...


Miniature Masterworks, Daphne A. Deeds Jan 1988

Miniature Masterworks, Daphne A. Deeds

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

Miniature does not merely mean small. When applied to painting, the term "miniature" conveys art historical and psychological meanings of greater import than simple dimensions may indicate. "Miniature Masterworks" offers a diverse group of undersized paintings which are related by virtue of their size, but which reveal larger issues pertinent to the history of twentieth century art.

While artists have used the miniature format throughout the history of art, the tradition of small scale paintings was rather recently reestablished in America, via the French. In part as a reaction to large, Neoclassical paintings commissioned by grand patrons, and depicting ideal ...


1988-1989 Course Catalog (Graduate), Columbia College Chicago Jan 1988

1988-1989 Course Catalog (Graduate), Columbia College Chicago

Course Catalogs

1988-1989 graduate course catalog.


On The Rise, Diana Bortz Jan 1988

On The Rise, Diana Bortz

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Cover: ...And I Dreamt Of Miro, Janine K. Brown Jan 1988

Cover: ...And I Dreamt Of Miro, Janine K. Brown

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Fat Legs In Fishnet, Kari Mebust Jan 1988

Fat Legs In Fishnet, Kari Mebust

Sketch

No abstract provided.


In His Time, Tami Wilson Jan 1988

In His Time, Tami Wilson

Sketch

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Man On The Landscape And The Effect Of Land On The Manscape: Or Contingent Plans For Knowing A Mountain, Taylor Scott Baldwin Jan 1988

The Effect Of Man On The Landscape And The Effect Of Land On The Manscape: Or Contingent Plans For Knowing A Mountain, Taylor Scott Baldwin

Theses and Dissertations

In my artistic practice, I emphasize personal and pan-cultural anxieties regarding civilization and the environment as an impetus for work in sculpture, video, and drawing. By locating marginal microcosmic subject matter that tellingly exhibits macrocosmic global dread, I seek to capture and distill our overwhelming eco-socio-political anxiety into a portrait of a society at a point in its history when the specter of nameless impending disaster weighs pressingly on the collective psyche. This thesis is supplementary to my work of sculpture in the Graduate School of the Arts Thesis Exhibition at the Anderson Gallery opening on April 27th, 2007. The ...


Untitled, Timothy R. Scalf Jan 1988

Untitled, Timothy R. Scalf

Sketch

No abstract provided.


1988 Stanley A. Bauman Photograph Collection Index, Stonehill College Archives Jan 1988

1988 Stanley A. Bauman Photograph Collection Index, Stonehill College Archives

Bauman Indexes

Chronological Listing of all negatives taken by Stanley A. Bauman during 1988. The numbers to the left of each entry indicates the envelope those of negatives are found in. Please use this number when requesting contact sheets for images.