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Inscape 2011, Morehead State University 2011 Morehead State University

Inscape 2011, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The 2011 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Lesley Vance, Bowdoin College. Museum of Art, Diana K. Tuite 2011 Bowdoin College

Lesley Vance, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Diana K. Tuite

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

Catalog of an exhibition held April 12-July 1, 2012, at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine.

Includes essay "Conspiring forms" by Diana Tuite (p. 2-3)


Modernism At Bowdoin: American Paintings From 1900 To 1940, Bowdoin College. Museum of Art, Joachim Homann 2011 Bowdoin College

Modernism At Bowdoin: American Paintings From 1900 To 1940, Bowdoin College. Museum Of Art, Joachim Homann

Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogues

The catalog of the exhibition includes works drawn from the collection of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and selected paintings on loan from the Yale University Art Gallery.

Exhibition held in the Boyd Gallery, Jan. 12-June 26, 2011.


Department Of Music Programs 2010 - 2011, Department of Music 2011 Olivet Nazarene University

Department Of Music Programs 2010 - 2011, Department Of Music

School of Music: Performance Programs

Includes the music program flyers for the year 2010 - 2011.


The Feathered Hand: Installation, Drawings, Prints By Alison Derby Hildreth, University of New England Art Gallery 2011 University of New England

The Feathered Hand: Installation, Drawings, Prints By Alison Derby Hildreth, University Of New England Art Gallery

Exhibition Catalogues

The Feathered Hand: Installation, Drawings, Prints is the catalogue from the University of New England Art Gallery’s January 5 –April 3, 2011 exhibition of work by Alison Hildreth.

Hildreth described the work as: “… an installation and a group of drawings and prints that I have been working on over the past 2 years. The drawings and prints I think of as walks through a changing landscape of associative ideas; each carries something from the previous image but moves on to a new interpretation. They continue end to end: divided cities, natural and manmade terrains, maps of investigations inspired as ...


Exhibition Catalog For Blind Corners, Portals And Turning Points, Ronald Mills de Pinyas, Brian Winkenweder 2011 Linfield College

Exhibition Catalog For Blind Corners, Portals And Turning Points, Ronald Mills De Pinyas, Brian Winkenweder

Exhibition Catalogs, Essays, and Related Materials

This catalog features work from the exhibit Blind Corners, Portals and Turning Points by Ronald Mills de Pinyas. Blind Corners, Portals and Turning Points was presented by the Linfield Gallery and the Department of Art and Visual Culture at Linfield College from October 10 through November 12, 2011. Brian Winkenweder's essay "Painting to Be" is included in the catalog.


Human Rights, Collective Memory, And Counter Memory: Unpacking The Meaning Of Monument Avenue In Richmond, Virginia, Melanie L. Buffington, Erin Waldner 2011 Virginia Commonwealth University

Human Rights, Collective Memory, And Counter Memory: Unpacking The Meaning Of Monument Avenue In Richmond, Virginia, Melanie L. Buffington, Erin Waldner

Art Education Publications

This article addresses human rights issues of the built environment via the presence of monuments in public places. Because of their prominence, monuments and public art can offer teachers and students many opportunities for interdisciplinary study that directly relates to the history of their location Through an exploration of the ideas of collective memory and counter memory, this article explores the specific example of Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, Further; the authors investigate differences in the ways monuments may be understood at the time they were erected versus how they are understood in the present. Finally, the article addresses the ...


Unveiled Pandemonium, Christina Marie Johnson 2011 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

Unveiled Pandemonium, Christina Marie Johnson

LSU Master's Theses

Unveiled Pandemonium is a body of work that acknowledges my struggles, as a woman, with skewed self-perception and how frayed, decayed bits of self-love affect interaction with daily life: the public sphere versus the private. Using both large-scale graphite drawings and intimately sized, full-color digital narrative sequences, I portray movement, as a state of freedom, while capturing each character in a position of physical or emotional constraint. To increase the tension each figure interacts with another visually and in narrative; a war with the self begins. Within the engagement of internal and external tensions, each character’s body becomes a ...


A "Desperate Vitality": Tableaux Vivants In The Work Of Pasolini And Ontani (1963–1974), Anna Mecugni 2011 University of New Orleans

A "Desperate Vitality": Tableaux Vivants In The Work Of Pasolini And Ontani (1963–1974), Anna Mecugni

Fine Arts Faculty Publications

This essay focuses on four key works by Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-75) and Luigi Ontani (b. 1943) that involve tableaux vivants after sixteenth- and seventeenth-century paintings held in Italian churches and museums: Pasolini’s short film La ricotta (1963), and Ontani’s video Favola impropriata (1970-71) and two photographic works – La caduta dei ciechi d’après Brueghel and San Sebastiano nel bosco di Calvenzano (d’après Guido Reni) – also from circa 1970. In the 1960s and 1970s, several other Italian filmmakers and artists referenced past art in their work. Indeed, quotations and allusions to past art are characteristic of an ...


Course Over Ground, Kyle James Bauer 2011 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

Course Over Ground, Kyle James Bauer

LSU Master's Theses

This exhibition, Course Over Ground, cohesively combines a metaphorical reference to maritime navigation with sculptural forms that convey balance, tension, and control. My mixed media sculptures are conceived with an adherence to the formalist perspective of objects. Each sculpture exists as an honest form. The work, and my intention in making it, is evidence of the process of breaking down selective images or objects into what I understand to be their purest representational forms, such as a squares, cylinders, pyramids, and rectangles. I allude to themes and the metaphor of a journey, which coupled alongside my continual quest for self-discovery ...


Collage Collage, Irena Stanisic 2011 University of Richmond

Collage Collage, Irena Stanisic

The Messenger

No abstract provided.


Night Into Day, Darlene Frenette-Grub 2011 Nova Southeastern University

Night Into Day, Darlene Frenette-Grub

Digressions Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


Feathers, Shantescia Hill 2011 Nova Southeastern University

Feathers, Shantescia Hill

Digressions Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


S'Anamorphose, Lacrima Nemulescu 2011 Nova Southeastern University

S'Anamorphose, Lacrima Nemulescu

Digressions Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


Palm, Randee McDonald 2011 Nova Southeastern University

Palm, Randee Mcdonald

Digressions Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


Leftovers, Seth Calvert 2011 Minnesota State University - Mankato

Leftovers, Seth Calvert

All Theses, Dissertations, and Other Capstone Projects

Leftovers, a collection of nine essays, is an attempt to understand the world holistically. The methodologies of each essay vary widely: different essays emphasize reported personal experience, academic sources, popular culture sources, remembered conversations with friends, and often literary allusions. Through the inclusion of disparate topics, the collection aims for a more comprehensive view of the world through the eyes of one particular man. The essays are not about a single person but they are ultimately so intertwined with his consciousness that he becomes a character. The essays continually evolve on the page so that the planned journey is rarely ...


Sword In The Stone Of Steroids, Marisa Apstein 2011 University of Richmond

Sword In The Stone Of Steroids, Marisa Apstein

The Messenger

No abstract provided.


Acknowlegdement, Elizabeth Ygartua 2011 University of Richmond

Acknowlegdement, Elizabeth Ygartua

The Messenger

No abstract provided.


Don't Blame Yourself, Mary Waller 2011 University of Richmond

Don't Blame Yourself, Mary Waller

The Messenger

No abstract provided.


The Messenger, 2011, 2011 University of Richmond

The Messenger, 2011

The Messenger

No abstract provided.


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