Wearing Justice, 2020 Kent State University
Wearing Justice, Chanjuan Chen, Sue Yoder
Kent State University Museum
No abstract provided.
Homeland Insecurity, 2019 Washington University in St. Louis
Homeland Insecurity, Amy Chen
Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers
Homeland Insecurity is a project born out of a life’s worth of marginalization, internalized racism, and forced assimilation. It presents common experiences and emotions that are located between cultures, questioning what it means to inhabit a homeland that exists as a hybrid mental space. As I progress through life, my parents’ culture—my heritage—becomes more and more distant, yet like many non-white children of immigrants, I will continue to carry it in my face as a physical reminder of a life I do not know. Influenced by acculturation theory, my work explores this culture that never quite belonged ...
Depaul Digest - Moments, 2019 DePaul University
Depaul Digest - Moments
Bro. Mark Elder, C.M., and Art, Media, and Design students work on a mural honoring the Black Student Union for a pillar under the CTA’s Fullerton ‘L’ stop.
An App A Day Keeps The Doctor Away: A Visual Case Analysis Of The Self-Optimization Ideologies Downloaded Onto Apple Users As They Download Applications, Ismahan Yusuf
MA Research Paper
This visually thematic qualitative case analysis seeks to advance cyber-sociology by analyzing the hyper-under-attended relationship between interfaces and discourses. Here, the interface under investigation is the Apple App Store, examined for the ways in which the platform is discursively encoded with particular ideologies, ideals, desires and narratives downloaded onto users as they download applications. Such is explored via a two-part research question inquiring: Which type of applications enjoy the most promotion on the Apple App Store and what cyber-architectural tools are herein used to optically exalt them? To investigate this, an iOS 11-operating iPhone was used to frequent the store ...
Misplaced Walls, 2019 Brigham Young University
Misplaced Walls, Christopher Lynn
Journal of Social Theory in Art Education
Misplaced Wall is an art project consisting of a modular series of cardboard boxes painted to look like cartoonish and colorful brick walls. These walls appear in desert landscapes, suburban homes, and basketball courts as an awkward and obtrusive guest, but one that will inevitably fall and be placed, or rather misplaced, elsewhere. The impermanent artwork is a response to the current political calls for the building of and tearing down of walls—where one wall or border may fall, another is identified or built based on ever-shifting ideologies. It is also an analogy for a sort of itinerant practice ...
Facilitating The Creative Process Through Collaboration, 2019 Grand Valley State University
Facilitating The Creative Process Through Collaboration, Jennifer K. Fortuna
The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy
Miles Parker Scharfenberg, an artist based in Richland, Michigan, provided the cover art for the Fall 2019 edition of The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy (OJOT). “Late Night Fireworks” is a 30” x 40” painting made from acrylic on canvas. Born 15 weeks premature, Miles’ multiple health impairments have made it difficult to engage in meaningful occupations, such as painting. With support from his mother, Carol; occupational therapy students; and members of the community; Miles creates colorful abstract expressionist paintings. Collaboration is part of his creative process. In this fifth anniversary issue of OJOT, Occupation and the Artist is following ...
Front Cover (Fall 2019), 2019 Piedmont Virginia Community College
Front Cover (Fall 2019), Anne Deangelis
Inquiry: The Journal of the Virginia Community Colleges
The cover art is by Anne Deangelis, a student at Piedmont Virginia Community College.
Sargent’S Mysterious Sitter: Objectification And Subjectivity In Madame X And Other Works By John Singer Sargent, Silvia Lopez
History in the Making
No abstract provided.
How To Help When It Hurts? Think Systemic, 2019 Colorado State University - Fort Collins
How To Help When It Hurts? Think Systemic, Corey L. Wrenn Ph.D.
Corey Lee Wrenn, PhD
To resolve a moral dilemma created by the rescue of carnivorous species from exploitative situations who must rely on the flesh of other vulnerable species to survive, Cheryl Abbate applies the guardianship principle in proposing hunting as a case-by-case means of reducing harm to the rescued animal as well as to those animals who must die to supply food. This article counters that Abbate’s guardianship principle is insufficiently applied given its objectification of deer communities. Tom Regan, alternatively, encouraged guardians to think beyond individual dilemmas and adopt a measure of systemic reconstruction, that being the abolition of speciesist institutions ...
Open Educational Resources - Icon, 2019 Gettysburg College
Open Educational Resources - Icon, Mary R. Elmquist
Musselman Library Staff Publications
This icon can be used to represent open educational resources (OER). The downloadable .zip file contains the icon in .svg, .ai, .png, and .jpg file formats.
Evidence-Based Design: Documenting A Research Experiment In A School Environment With Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder, Julie E. Irish
Julie Elaine Irish
Purpose Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder affecting around 1:59 children. Among other characteristics, children with ASD can be unduly sensitive to elements in the built environment, such as noise or light. Despite this knowledge, to date there has been little evidence-based experimental research investigating how the environment affects them. The purpose of this paper is to conduct an experiment in a school environment with children with ASD and document the process as a model that other researchers could apply to similar studies.
Design/methodology/approach The study focused on whether the application of wayfinding aids (colored ...
Bookshelf 新書上架, 2019 Vocational Training Council
Bookshelf 新書上架, Rachel Duffell
AMBROSIA 客道 : The Magazine of The International Culinary Institute
The creative and captivating culinary explorations put down on paper that deserve a place on your bookshelf
Bridging The Divide Through Graphic Novels: Teaching Non-Jews’ Holocaust Narratives To Jewish Students, Matt Reingold
SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education
The following paper considers how integrating Holocaust graphic novels that prominently feature non-Jewish characters can be effective in introducing Jewish students to new perspectives on contemporary understandings of the Holocaust. Drawing on the results of recent studies about rising anti-Semitism and Jews' concerns for their safety, feelings of insularity are understandably becoming more pervasive within the Jewish community. The author argues that in order to combat the negative aspects of this entrenchment, Jewish students need to be introduced to thoughtful and complex narratives that relate to historical anti-Semitic incidents which also model ways of building relationships between the disparate communities ...
Film On Paper, Graphics On Screen, Feminism In Story: An Exegesis Of A Feminist Graphic Novel Project, 2019 Unitec Institute of Technology
Film On Paper, Graphics On Screen, Feminism In Story: An Exegesis Of A Feminist Graphic Novel Project, Jingwei Xu
SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education
This research is the second stage of my entire graphic novel practice looking at a feminist topic – women’s awakening from marriage. In this phase, the study carries out the practical process of the creative work, involving a graphic novel (body), an opening title (hook) and a package of visual communication design (promotion), in order to convey my feminist claim that women’s real emancipation depends on whether they can rouse their subject awareness and break through the chain of marriage. Based on this practice-led research, my personal knowledge is generated, including the value of combining graphic novels and title ...
Statement Of Creative Practice: Creative Making And Vr Literature, 2019 XR Artists Collective
Statement Of Creative Practice: Creative Making And Vr Literature, Mez Breeze
Journal of Creative Writing Studies
Mez Breeze authored her artist’s statement in virtual reality. You can view Mez’s artist’s statement even without a VR headset. Just click this link: https://bit.ly/2Kov372
You’ll need this password to access it: XR_PlayG
Constructing creative writing in XR (aka Extended Reality: an umbrella term that covers Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality, and a fourth category called Synthetic Reality), and VR in particular, is an exciting and recent phenomenon in the Electronic Literature field. This proposed Statement of Creative Practice will examine the scope and reach of XR artforms ...
An Alternative Visual Narrative: Latoya Ruby Frazier's The Notion Of Family, 2019 James Madison University
An Alternative Visual Narrative: Latoya Ruby Frazier's The Notion Of Family, Madison Shultz
James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal (JMURJ)
LaToya Ruby Frazier’s body of photographic work titled The Notion of Family (2003-2014) explores the toll the steel industry in Braddock, Pennsylvania, took on the black community there. The history of black Braddock is riddled with social, political, racial, economic and environmental hardship spurred on by the steel industry. Frazier intimately chronicles the lives of three generations of women—herself, her mother, and her grandmother—and their place in that history. The alternative visual narrative that Frazier creates commands viewers’ attention in telling a story that has been largely ignored by the American public. This essay contrasts Frazier’s ...
It’S Not Trash, It’S Art, 2019 Pitzer College
It’S Not Trash, It’S Art, Kathleen Kile
Stepping off the plane in Hue, Vietnam took my breath away. I was slammed with heat and extreme humidity that is common for mid-May. I stood at the bottom of the jetway, trying to adjust not only to my new environment, but to the fact I took this leap of faith and traveled half way around the world to teach children with intellectual disabilities about art made from trash. Little did I know that that step would have such a huge impact on my life and further strengthen my core values.
Thomas, Patricia Lee (Fa 1330), 2019 Western Kentucky University
Thomas, Patricia Lee (Fa 1330), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
FA Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Folklife Archive Project 1330. Short narrative paper titled “An Allen County Tombstone Maker” written by Patricia Thomas for a folk studies class at Western Kentucky University. Includes biography of tombstone maker William Chase Bonner of Halfway, Kentucky. Also includes photographs of several tombstones crafted by Mr. Bonner for family members. Mr. Bonner was Thomas’ great-grandfather.
Of Machines Learning To See Lemon, 2019 University of the Arts London
Of Machines Learning To See Lemon, Alistair Mcclymont, John Fass
This work highlights the distinctive way computers recognise objects and draws a contrast between objects and their physical attributes and how these are assigned values by a computer vision system.
An installation “Of Machines Learning to See Lemon” was presented at the London Design Festival 2018 (image above). As part of our process to investigate machine learning image classification algorithms we created a website leveraging the public MobileNet model (a speed optimized version of the ImageNet project, a dataset of over 15 million high-resolution images collected from the web and labelled by humans.) This website uses a mobile, or computer ...
Exhibiting Service Design: Designing The Immaterial To Communicate To A Gallery Audience., 2019 London College of Communication, University of the Arts London
Exhibiting Service Design: Designing The Immaterial To Communicate To A Gallery Audience., Silvia Grimaldi, Irene Martin Zubieta
This paper describes the creation of a service design exhibition, from two different points of view, that of the service designer, and that of the exhibition designer. The outputs of service design projects are often immaterial, consisting of plans, maps, reports and blueprints that explain complex systems of interventions. Often the design process is highlighted in the traditional presentation methods used to present service design projects, such as conference posters and presentations, while the physical outputs, which could be any number of products, graphics, interfaces, spaces, conversation guidelines, etc. take on a secondary role.
Exhibiting service design in a gallery ...