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Managing A Creative Practice, Julie C. Barrett Dec 2009

Managing A Creative Practice, Julie C. Barrett

Critical and Creative Thinking Capstones Collection

Myths and assumptions about creativity often lead us to believe that creativity is innate. Researchers find though, that we develop creative skills like any other ability, through opportunity, encouragement and practice. They also believe that most people fail to reach their creative potential, not because of lack of ability, but lack of opportunity. In this paper, I studied how creativity functions (specifically in terms of my own painting practice) and how it can be applied more flexibly. Certain factors, such as access to strong mentors, freedom to experiment, and readily available resources, help potentially exceptional minds find the passion to ...


Interview With Robert Dozono, Blackfish Gallery, 2009 (Audio), Robert Dozono Nov 2009

Interview With Robert Dozono, Blackfish Gallery, 2009 (Audio), Robert Dozono

All Sustainability History Project Oral Histories

Interview of Robert Dozono by Greg Plath at Blackfish Gallery in Portland, Oregon on November 21st, 2009.

The interview index is available for download.


The Presence Of The Past: Conference Proceedings, Barry Sheehan Oct 2009

The Presence Of The Past: Conference Proceedings, Barry Sheehan

Books/Book Chapters

Is architecture design? Where does it begin? Where does it end? With every iconic architect comes an iconic chair. Mies Van Der Rohe's Barcelona Chair, Aalto's Artek stool. Where is the furniture by Irish Architects? As Irish architecture has become internationally recognised what has happened to our furniture? Is furniture design oflittle interest to current Irish architects and will this change with the current market conditions?


Baccalaureate And Associate Degree Relationships Panel, Stephen Black, Charles Grieb, Sally A. Struthers, Sally Paronson Oct 2009

Baccalaureate And Associate Degree Relationships Panel, Stephen Black, Charles Grieb, Sally A. Struthers, Sally Paronson

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

A significant number of reasoned and documented projections indicate that two-year associate degree-granting institutions will play an increasing role in the preparation of students who continue and obtain baccalaureate degrees. The U.S. population is growing, but few new institutions are being built. Many individuals must obtain their collegiate education close to home. Economic pressures and credit-hour caps are focusing states and localities on articulation agreements and curricular continuity. This session will explore these issues as a basis for presenting and considering what administrators should know and think about as local decision-making occurs.


Value And Validity Of Art Zines As An Art Form, Susan E. Thomas Oct 2009

Value And Validity Of Art Zines As An Art Form, Susan E. Thomas

Brooklyn Library Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Don Reitz: Out Of The Ashes, Jo Farb Hernandez Oct 2009

Don Reitz: Out Of The Ashes, Jo Farb Hernandez

Faculty Publications

The writer discusses the work of ceramic sculptor Don Reitz on the occasion of an exhibition of his work at the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery at San Jose State University in San Jose, California, from October 28 to December 19, 2008. Over the past 50 years, Reitz has worked unflaggingly, investigating different clays, types of firing, and ceramics traditions. This master technician and unique potter opts to dramatically alter his thrown forms, manipulating classic contours by pushing, pulling, stabbing, marking, and painting.


The Creative Urge, Jo Farb Hernandez Oct 2009

The Creative Urge, Jo Farb Hernandez

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


A Venus Of Wild Nights: The Female Nude In Paintings By Judith Linhares, Shannon Egan Oct 2009

A Venus Of Wild Nights: The Female Nude In Paintings By Judith Linhares, Shannon Egan

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

A nude woman sits on a pyramidal assemblage of logs in a pose reminiscent of Auguste Rodin’s The Thinker (1902) in Judith Linhares’s painting Up There (2003). With a delineated but transparent form, an absurdly large bumblebee feeds on enormous flowers at the base of the structure. The female figure oversees the fantastical scene like a queen bee atop a beehive. Linhares revisits the subject of a monumental female nude in her paintings (a traditional subject in the history of painting), and as such, these ‘‘queen bees’’ populate a whimsical but historical world. Her paintings are large, and ...


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 21:3 — Fall 2009, Textile Society Of America Oct 2009

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 21:3 — Fall 2009, Textile Society Of America

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Conservation of Three Hawaiian Feather Cloaks
Activities and Exhibitions: Textiles and Settlement: From Plains Space to Cyber Space! TSA 12th Biennial Symposium—Lincoln, Nebraska, October, 6–9, 2010
From the President
TSA News
TSA Member News
Collections News
Conference Reviews
Book Reviews
Exhibition Reviews
Exhibitions Calendar
Lectures, Workshops, Tours
Call for Papers
Conferences & Symposia
From the Editor
Publication News


Device To Solve A Controversy: Public Art And Public Places, Caitlin Crombleholme Sep 2009

Device To Solve A Controversy: Public Art And Public Places, Caitlin Crombleholme

The First-Year Papers (2010 - present)

No abstract provided.


Transdisciplinary Teams And Aging In Place Design : The Interior Designer's Role, Liliana Alicia Custy Jul 2009

Transdisciplinary Teams And Aging In Place Design : The Interior Designer's Role, Liliana Alicia Custy

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study examined factors influencing participatory research team effectiveness in aging in place (AIP) design (Stokols, et al„, 2008). Although research on AIP design characterizes AIP as collaborative process, there are few studies on the factors that affect collaboration in participatory research applied to AIP. This study used a qualitative narrative strategy in a multiple case-study analysis conducted from a transdisciplinary research (TR) perspective. The case-study focused on the factors that enhanced and constrained Open n Prototype Initiative (OPI) team effectiveness.

TR is a precise type of teamwork of integrative endeavors, focused on the science and society interface, and aimed ...


Review Of The Cabinet Of Eros: Renaissance Mythological Painting And The Studiolo Of Isabella D'Este. By Stephen J. Campbell, Andrea Bolland Jul 2009

Review Of The Cabinet Of Eros: Renaissance Mythological Painting And The Studiolo Of Isabella D'Este. By Stephen J. Campbell, Andrea Bolland

Faculty Publications and Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

Isabella d'Este's activities as an art collector and patron are richly documented and have received a correspondingly large amount of art historical attention in the modern era. Yet Isabella--and the studiolo she had created and decorated in the Mantuan Palazzo Ducale--have gotten mixed reviews in this scholarship; the former has historically emerged as difficult, irrational, and acquisitive rather than discerning, while the paintings done for the latter by Andrea Mantegna, Perugino, Lorenzo Costa, and Correggio between 1497 and 1530 are often treated as curiosities-stilted in style and didactic in subject-within the larger scope of the artists' careers. The ...


Jienan Yuan (Chien Yuan) Interview, Lauren Smith Jun 2009

Jienan Yuan (Chien Yuan) Interview, Lauren Smith

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with record producer and composer Chien Yuan by Lauren Smith


Anita Chang Interview, Lauren Smith Jun 2009

Anita Chang Interview, Lauren Smith

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with filmmaker Anita Chang by Lauren Smith. For more information on the artist visit: http://anitachangworks.com/


Special Formats, Innovative Preservation Storage Solutions, Peter D. Verheyen Jun 2009

Special Formats, Innovative Preservation Storage Solutions, Peter D. Verheyen

Libraries' and Librarians' Publications

The presentation dealt with the tube storage system developed for architectural and other over-sized drawings at Syracuse University Library.


Flo Oy Wong Interview, Angelika Piwowarczyk Jun 2009

Flo Oy Wong Interview, Angelika Piwowarczyk

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with Chinese American multimedia artist Flo Oy Wong by Angelika Piwowarczyk

http://www.flo-oy-wongartist.com/


Danny Pudi Interview, Shariq Jefferi Jun 2009

Danny Pudi Interview, Shariq Jefferi

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with comedian Danny Pudi by Shariq Jefferi


Cynthia Tom Interview, Lauren Swift May 2009

Cynthia Tom Interview, Lauren Swift

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with painter and president of the Asian American Women Artists Association Cynthia Tom by Lauren Swift


Chris Naka Interview, Cheryl Franzen May 2009

Chris Naka Interview, Cheryl Franzen

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with new media and video artist Chris Naka by Cheryl Franzen


Vincent Chung Interview, Pete Koszulinski May 2009

Vincent Chung Interview, Pete Koszulinski

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with the Foundation for Asian American Independent Media's graphic designer Vincent Chung by Pete Koszulinski


Anida Yoeu Ali Interview, Tymothy Levine May 2009

Anida Yoeu Ali Interview, Tymothy Levine

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with performance artist Anida Yoeu Ali by Tymothy Levine. For more information on the artist visit: http://atomicshogun.com/


Larry Lee Interview, Ami Shah May 2009

Larry Lee Interview, Ami Shah

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with installation artist and curator Larry Lee by Ami Shah

Larry Lee website

View Larry's work in the AAOH project gallery


Vincent Pham Interview, Devin Meyer May 2009

Vincent Pham Interview, Devin Meyer

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with Vincent Pham a Doctoral Student at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and co-author of Asian Americans and the Media (Polity, 2008).


Gordon Cc Liao Interview, Elise Osenbaugh May 2009

Gordon Cc Liao Interview, Elise Osenbaugh

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with poet Gordon CC Liao


Yasufumi Nakamori Interview About Ysuhiro Ishimoto, Katherine Cloutier May 2009

Yasufumi Nakamori Interview About Ysuhiro Ishimoto, Katherine Cloutier

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2009 interview with Yasufumi Nakamori, friend of photographer Yasuhiro Ishimoto


Liminal, Marjorie Helen Blann, Clare Rosemary Cooper, Maxie Caitlin Etess, Parry Clark Grimm, Melissa Eve Haimowitz, Tacincala Sequoia Hidaka, Navajeet Kc, Flannery Rose Quaintance Peterson, Joshua Methusael Salim, Kristan Lee Saloky, Rachel Anne Warren, Todd Arsenault, Trout Gallery Apr 2009

Liminal, Marjorie Helen Blann, Clare Rosemary Cooper, Maxie Caitlin Etess, Parry Clark Grimm, Melissa Eve Haimowitz, Tacincala Sequoia Hidaka, Navajeet Kc, Flannery Rose Quaintance Peterson, Joshua Methusael Salim, Kristan Lee Saloky, Rachel Anne Warren, Todd Arsenault, Trout Gallery

Student Scholarship & Creative Works By Year

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, April 10- April 25, 2009 and May 1- June 13, 2009.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Todd Arsenault, Dickinson College.

Liminal is a nuanced word that can, by definition, have slightly varied meanings. In reference to a work of art, it is a word most often used to describe something as being in a state of transition (though it might also refer to the “initial stage of a process” or to “occupying a position on both sides of a boundary or threshold”). These definitions all have significant connections to ...


Book Review. Russell, Charles, Sacred And Profane: Voice And Vision In Southern Self-Taught Art, Jo Farb Hernandez Apr 2009

Book Review. Russell, Charles, Sacred And Profane: Voice And Vision In Southern Self-Taught Art, Jo Farb Hernandez

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Case Study: Student Art As Construction Beautification, Barbara Merolli Apr 2009

Case Study: Student Art As Construction Beautification, Barbara Merolli

Staff publications

The article presents a case study of using student art as decoration at the College of the Holy Cross. The College's library was undergoing some construction and as a result the Atrium, one of the most aesthetically pleasing features of the library, was boarded up. Cristi Rinklin, a visual arts assistant professor, coordinated a final project for her students of a course on the principles of color theory to create artwork through scientific inspiration which was then turned to wallpaper.


Art And New Media, Elizabeth K. Mix Apr 2009

Art And New Media, Elizabeth K. Mix

Scholarship and Professional Work – Arts

No abstract available.


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 21:2 — Spring/Summer 2009, Textile Society Of America Apr 2009

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 21:2 — Spring/Summer 2009, Textile Society Of America

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Symposium 2010: Exhibition Preview, Part 1
Textiles and Settlement: From Plains Space to Cyber Space, 12th TSA Biennial Symposium, Lincoln, Nebraska, October 6-9, 2010: Call for Papers
From the President
TSA News
TSA Member News
Collections News
In Memoriam: Mildred Constantine, 1913-2009
Remembering Peter Collingwood
Featured Collection: The Tilleke & Gibbins Textile Collections
Book Reviews
Exhibition Reviews
Exhibitions: United States, International, Virtual
Lectures, Workshops, Tours
Conferences and Symposia
Call for Papers