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An Approach To Wire Using Textile Techniques, Toni Vallette-Satterfield Dec 1980

An Approach To Wire Using Textile Techniques, Toni Vallette-Satterfield

Masters Theses

Wire can be used in the same way as fiber in many textile processes. Wire is used to gain the same richness of texture that is exhibited in fibers and to capture the light reflective quality of the textile techniques.

The following processes are not for beginning students. Much experimentation went into the research for each technique. The first method is coiling. This technique is a single-element stitch process (without the needle), worked continuously over a core. The second technique is crochet, involving a single-element structure in which loops are interlocked in a continuous manner. The third technique is loom ...


Ua11/2 Art Exhibit, Wku Public Affairs Dec 1980

Ua11/2 Art Exhibit, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Press release regarding Shoe Fantasies exhibit by Charles Forrester.


The Lantern Vol. 47, No. 1, December 1980, Diane Newell, Jennie Reichert, Xenia Constantine Politis, Steve Martino, Kathy Kuehner, Chris Kile, Lori Reinhart, Drew Procaccino, Dorene M. Pasekoff, Rob Oscovitch, Carol A. Hykel, Robert Pfeiffer, Barbara A. Mathers, Jennifer Bassett, James H. Wilson Dec 1980

The Lantern Vol. 47, No. 1, December 1980, Diane Newell, Jennie Reichert, Xenia Constantine Politis, Steve Martino, Kathy Kuehner, Chris Kile, Lori Reinhart, Drew Procaccino, Dorene M. Pasekoff, Rob Oscovitch, Carol A. Hykel, Robert Pfeiffer, Barbara A. Mathers, Jennifer Bassett, James H. Wilson

The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present

• Renewal
• She Threw Down Her Diamond
• Ragnarok
• Cinquains
• Euphoria
• To the Nahua of the Valley of Mexico
• Inamorata
• Unspoken Passion
• Clouds of Circus Cotton Candy Pink
• The First Mate Finds a Captain (Almost)
• Dance of Defiance
• Concert
• Blame
• I've Seen That Movie Too
• Greystone
• The Philosophers of The Tower
• Span
• Commando
• Cheshire
• Summertime, Kryptonite and Falstaf(f)
• Experience
• Fluid Time
• The Plight of Fred in Bed
• A Way With Men
• Courage to Love - (To A.)
• Winter Sleep
• Bernie


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 11/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist Nov 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 11/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • The Susan B. Anthony Club
  • Calendar of Events
  • Events and Happenings
  • Announcements & Information
  • Lesbian Photographer's Directory Now Being Compiled


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 30, No. 1, Ned D. Heindel, Natalie I. Foster, Lisa Colbert, Lee C. Hopple, Johannes Naas, Clarence Kulp Jr., Yvonne J. Milspaw, A. E. Young Oct 1980

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 30, No. 1, Ned D. Heindel, Natalie I. Foster, Lisa Colbert, Lee C. Hopple, Johannes Naas, Clarence Kulp Jr., Yvonne J. Milspaw, A. E. Young

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Allentown Academy: America's First German Medical School
• Amish Attitudes and Treatment of Illness
• Germanic European Origins and Geographical History of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Dunkards
• The Voyage of Bishop Naas 1733
• Segregation in Life, Segregation in Death: Landscape of an Ethnic Cemetery
• "Rest in Peace, Joseph Hewes!"
• Aldes un Neies / Old & New


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 10/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist Oct 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 10/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • The Susan B. Anthony Club
  • Calendar of Events
  • Announcements & Information
  • The Night Won't Be Took Without Takers


Nexus, Fall 1981, Wright State University Community Sep 1980

Nexus, Fall 1981, 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.


Ua11/2 Wku To Display Works Of Art Faculty, Wku Public Affairs Aug 1980

Ua11/2 Wku To Display Works Of Art Faculty, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Press release announcing art exhibit of WKU Art faculty.


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 08/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist Aug 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 08/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • Notes from July 19th Meeting
  • Agenda
  • The Susan B. Anthony Club
  • Events and Happenings
  • Women Against Nukes
  • A Letter to the Editor
  • Gay/Lesbian Telephone Tree
  • Lesbian & Gay Anthology for Teachers
  • Lesbian & Gay Community Meets to Form Nationwide Network for Aiding Gay & Lesbian Cuban Refugees
  • Publications
  • New Leaf Books
  • Living With Contradictions


Warm Journal: Special Issue On Competition Volume 1 Issue 3, 1973-2021 Women's Art Registry Of Minnesota Aug 1980

Warm Journal: Special Issue On Competition Volume 1 Issue 3, 1973-2021 Women's Art Registry Of Minnesota

WARM Journal

WARM’s focus in this issue is on competition and its impacts on personal and professional life. Within this issue is a conversation between the women on the WARM Journal Committee entitled “Dividing the Pie” which discusses women and societal images. There were compositions on competition, artwork, and poems followed by a calendar of events. Also found is information on WARM Exhibitions and a piece about Jaci Schacht’s work authored by Fran Addington. This issue concludes with reviews of local displays, an open letter to Sam Sachs, and details about WARM members and membership.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 4, Jane Ann Stinsmen, Theodore W. Jentsch, Thomas Loose, Sharon A. Schaffer, Ralph Kaufman, Harry E. Kahl, Richard C. Gougler, Peg Zecher, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Joseph E. Hartmann Jul 1980

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 4, Jane Ann Stinsmen, Theodore W. Jentsch, Thomas Loose, Sharon A. Schaffer, Ralph Kaufman, Harry E. Kahl, Richard C. Gougler, Peg Zecher, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Joseph E. Hartmann

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Foods of the Kutztown Folk Festival: Eat as You Go "Esse Ve Gestch"
• Folk Festival Music
• "Whoa There Nellie"
• Blacksmiths and Whitesmiths
• Scherenschnitte of the Pennsylvania Dutch
• Festival Focus
• Folk Festival Programs
• Glass Blowing: America's First Industry
• The Craft of Chair Caning
• The Power of the Lullaby: Story of the Kidnapping of Regina Hartman
• His First Hundred Years: A Good Foundation!
• "How Far That Little Candle Throws!"


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 07/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist Jul 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 07/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • Agenda for July 19 Meeting
  • The Susan B. Anthony Club
  • Lesbian Defense Fund
  • Maine Coalition for Family Crisis Services
  • Gay Rights National Lobby call to action
  • Anti-Discrimination Proposal Passed at Baltimore White House Conference on Families
  • Rural (Lesbian?)-Gay Conference
  • Announcements
  • Publications
  • Advertisements
  • Poetry


Nexus, Spring/Summer 1980, Wright State University Community Jun 1980

Nexus, Spring/Summer 1980, 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.


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 06/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist Jun 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 06/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • General Business Meeting at Marlene's in Sheepscot
  • Agenda for Next MLF Meeting
  • The Susan B. Anthony Club
  • Calendar of Events
  • Announcements & Information
  • Anti-Gay Legislation in House of Representatives
  • Homosexuals are Barred from Entry into the U.S.
  • National News Council Complaint Regarding CBS News Special "Gay Power, Gay Politics"
  • Publications
  • Op-Ed Regarding Sex Education and Homosexuality
  • Poetry and Performing Arts


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 05/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist May 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 05/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • Minutes from April 12 MLF Meeting
  • Announcements & Information
  • From It's Time: Newsletter of the National Gay Task Force
  • Govt Cooperation With Anita Bryant TV Program Protested
  • Publications
  • Poetry Corner
  • Journal: April 16


The Costume Design For A Midsummer Night’S Dream, Phyllis Vancleave May 1980

The Costume Design For A Midsummer Night’S Dream, Phyllis Vancleave

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The procedures taken in designing and constructing the costumes for Western Kentucky University’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which was presented on November 13-19, 1979, were examined in retrospect to (1) the approach (2) the process and construction and (3) the evaluation. In establishing an approach for the production, considerations presented were title implications, thematic concept, historical periods, character sources, and the director’s notes. Solutions arrived at comprised a style suggestion, design/plot emphasis, color organization, texture contrasts, and line direction. In developing the design process and construction procedures, steps outlined were the preparations prior to ...


Hurricane Designed, Karen E. Lee May 1980

Hurricane Designed, Karen E. Lee

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Hurricane Designed Is a project that deals with advertising graphics, their forms and adaptations, and relates them to their environment. Herein Is an explanation of the development and procedures of this project as It grew out of an interest In natural history and a pursuit of elegance in design. The result is this plan for a community identity based on environmental and historical perspective.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 3, William T. Parsons, Mary Shuler Heimburger, J. Howard Fenstermacher, Amos Long Jr., A. Russell Slagle, John R. Costello Apr 1980

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 3, William T. Parsons, Mary Shuler Heimburger, J. Howard Fenstermacher, Amos Long Jr., A. Russell Slagle, John R. Costello

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Shuler Family Correspondence
• Vestiges of the Markley Family
• 30 Years of the Kutztown Folk Festival: A Photo Essay
• The Rural Village
• Father of the Fraternity: Christopher Schlegel and Rosicrucianism
• A Lexical Comparison of Two Sister Languages: Pennsylvania German and Yiddish
• Aldes un Neies


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 04/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist Apr 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 04/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • Minutes from Feb. 16 Meeting in Strong
  • An Account of the MLF Retreat Weekend in Strong
  • Announcements & Information
  • The Susan B. Anthony Club
  • Calendar of Events
  • The Maine Lesbian and Gay Symposium


Inscape Spring 1980, Morehead State University Apr 1980

Inscape Spring 1980, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 1980 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Warm Journal Volume 1 Issue 2, 1972-2021 Women's Art Registry Of Minnesota Apr 1980

Warm Journal Volume 1 Issue 2, 1972-2021 Women's Art Registry Of Minnesota

WARM Journal

This issue contains two interviews, one with Pat Olson about her graphic design work and life as an artist, and one with B.J. Shigaki about her life and being the director of the Rochester Art Center. There is a collection of poetry by Jill Breckenridge-Haldeman, and a review of Obstacle Race by Germaine Greer, a book on women’s “fine art” from the Middle Ages to the mid-20th century. Also included in the issue were submissions of artistry with descriptions from members of WARM.


The Lantern Vol. 46, No. 2, April 1980, Jack Rosenfeld, Shannon Emery, Joanne Mcphillips, Robert Pfeiffer, Mari K. Brown, James Wilson, Terry Waldspurger, Margaret Higgins, Patrick Benjamin Walker, Drew Procaccino, Lori Reinhart, Bruce Dalziel, Marian B. Dugan, Jill Hadley, Shari Slavin, Jeanne E. Hayes Apr 1980

The Lantern Vol. 46, No. 2, April 1980, Jack Rosenfeld, Shannon Emery, Joanne Mcphillips, Robert Pfeiffer, Mari K. Brown, James Wilson, Terry Waldspurger, Margaret Higgins, Patrick Benjamin Walker, Drew Procaccino, Lori Reinhart, Bruce Dalziel, Marian B. Dugan, Jill Hadley, Shari Slavin, Jeanne E. Hayes

The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present

• The Voyage to Man's Destiny
• If I Could Keep the Times
• Barstool Blues
• I Didn't Know
• Felonious, Friend
• Cool Ride
• Georgia
• Let Us Eat and Drink
• In a Field
• New Born Foal
• Union to Freedom
• In the Woods
• Anthropomorphism
• Runner
• C.C.
• Lake Attempt
• A Fuzzy Blue Line
• Trust Me
• "Haven't We Met Before?"
• Rationality
• Expecting Me
• Short Story


Risd Events March 12, 1980, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives Mar 1980

Risd Events March 12, 1980, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives

All Student Newspapers

RISD Events was a bi-weekly publication focusing primarily on putting out a calendar of events happening in and around the school. The issue of March 12-March 26, 1980 included an article called The 18/20 Proposal. The RISD Student Council put forth a resolution calling for 18 year olds to be able to drink in bars but 20 year olds could purchase liquor in a liquor store. Also included was an activities calendar for events on the RISD campus and the Providence area.


Ralph Steiner Photographic Exhibition (1980), Usm Art Department Mar 1980

Ralph Steiner Photographic Exhibition (1980), Usm Art Department

Exhibition Catalogues

No abstract provided.


Risd Events February 27, 1980, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives Feb 1980

Risd Events February 27, 1980, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives

All Student Newspapers

RISD Events was a bi-weekly publication focusing primarily on putting out a calendar of events happening in and around the school. The issue of February 27-March 12, 1980 includes a letter to the editor about draft registration, a drawing of Take-a-Break weekend Mardi Gras Masquerade Dance, and a calendar of events for concerts, films, art exhibitions and lectures on the RISD campus and the Providence area.


Interview With David R. Adams (Fa 348), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Feb 1980

Interview With David R. Adams (Fa 348), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Oral Histories

Transcription of interview with David R. Adams conducted by Tammie Pickering and Gary Collins on 24 February 1985. From folk studies student project concerning the connection between trees and traditional folkways and details the medicinal properties of sassafras tea, the production of maple syrup, and the expressive crafts of woodcarving and carpentry.


Risd Events February 1980, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives Feb 1980

Risd Events February 1980, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives

All Student Newspapers

RISD Events was a bi-weekly publication focusing primarily on putting out a calendar of events happening in and around the school. The issue of February 6-February 20, 1980 included activities and events for RISD students. Concerts, modern dance recitals, plays, art exhibitions, lectures, legal aid all took place on the RISD campus and in the Providence area. Take-a-Break weekend festival information, February 29-March 2, 1980, was also mentioned.


Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 02/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist Feb 1980

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter 02/1980, Maine Lesbian Feminist

Maine Lesbian Feminist Newsletter

  • Minutes from Jan. 26 Meeting in Belfast
  • The Susan B. Anthony Club
  • Calendar of Events
  • Announcements & Information
  • Notice: Change of Address for the New Alexandria Lesbian Library
  • Ad: We Urge the Attorney General of Ontario To Drop the Appeal Against The Body Politic
  • Lesbian Custody Case Needs Help!!!


Pendulum (1980), Pendulum Staff Jan 1980

Pendulum (1980), Pendulum Staff

Pendulum

Pendulum, founded by the friends of the Livingston Stebbins Library, is published once a year and contains prose, verse, photography, and graphic art by the undergraduate students of Lesley College.


Georgia O'Keeffe- An Exhibition Of Oils, Watercolors And Drawings, Norman Geske Jan 1980

Georgia O'Keeffe- An Exhibition Of Oils, Watercolors And Drawings, Norman Geske

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

Georgia O'Keeffe has been honored with five retrospective exhibitions in her lifetime: in Chicago in 1943, New York in 1946, Worcester in 1960, Fort Worth in 1966, and New York in 1970. The present exhibition cannot claim the comprehensive representation of her work embodied in those shows, not can it even claim the inclusion of more than a few of her best known paintings. It is, in effect, an exhibition of a somewhat different kind. With a considerably smaller compass it shows what can be considered only a random sampling of her thematic concerns. It shows her most fully ...