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Teaching Book Arts At Syracuse University Libraries, Peter D. Verheyen Dec 2015

Teaching Book Arts At Syracuse University Libraries, Peter D. Verheyen

Peter D Verheyen

Slides for presentation on teaching book arts to varying levels of students and community groups by the speaker at Syracuse University Libraries. 10 minute "shorts" presentation given at the Syracuse University Libraries’ Unconference: Identifying Our Role, Impacts, and Opportunities on our Campus!


Biography, Julie Elaine N. Irish Nov 2015

Biography, Julie Elaine N. Irish

Julie Elaine Irish

Julie Irish is an interior designer with long experience in both the public and private sectors in the UK specialising in universal design. She has an MSc in Inclusive Environments from the University of Reading, England. Julie currently lives in the USA where she is studying for a PhD at the University of Minnesota. As a graduate instructor she also teaches at the university’s College of Design. 


Quiet Catastrophe: Robert Smithson’S Spiral Jetty, Vanished, Clark Lunberry Nov 2015

Quiet Catastrophe: Robert Smithson’S Spiral Jetty, Vanished, Clark Lunberry

Clark Lunberry

Maps to Nowhere: Seen from above, Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty emerges dramatically from the rocky shores of Utah's Great Salt Lake. Like a swirling vortex steadied and then stilled, the earthwork begins as a straight line of stone extending far into the water, the form then curving, arching and coiling in upon itself until abruptly coming to an end. Rocks and boulders are seen in various shapes and sizes, with brown soil packed and flattened within the spiral, making a broad path that one might walk upon. The water washes upon the earthwork's shaped shores, surrounding and ...


“The Researcher’S Challenge: Entertainment Or Epistemology?”, Mary Ann Bolger, Clare Bell Oct 2015

“The Researcher’S Challenge: Entertainment Or Epistemology?”, Mary Ann Bolger, Clare Bell

Mary Ann Bolger

The number of journals dedicated solely to the publishing of research in the fields of typography and visual communication is slowly growing. However, very little of this material finds its way back into the studio at undergraduate level. Further, research published in discipline-focussed peer-reviewed journals does ‘not tend to be highly valued by those engaged in practice.’ As a result of this, as Robin Kinross has written, ‘the academic discussion of typography, and design in general, is too often hermetic and unreal: in unholy partnership with the proud anti-intellectualism of many practicing designers’. This has a variety of consequences. In ...


Improvisational Artistry In Live Dance Performance As Embodied And Extended Agency, Aili W. Bresnahan Sep 2015

Improvisational Artistry In Live Dance Performance As Embodied And Extended Agency, Aili W. Bresnahan

Aili Bresnahan

This paper provides an account of improvisational artistry in live dance performance that construes the contribution of the dance performer as a kind of agency. Andy Clark’s theory of the embodied and extended mind is used in order to consider how this account is supported by research on how a thinking-while-doing person navigates the world.

I claim here that while a dance performer’s improvisational artistry does include embodied and extended features that occur outside of the brain and nervous system, this can be construed as “agency” rather than “thought.” Further I claim that trained and individual style accounts ...


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 11:1 – Winter 1999 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 11:1 – Winter 1999

Benjamin L. Harwood

TSA ’98: Wrapping up the New York Symposium
Studying Textiles at the University of Wisconsin - Madison
TSA News
Letter from the President
Career and Research Opportunities
Exhibition Reviews
Publication Opportunities
Calls for Papers
Conferences
Exhibitions
Lectures/Workshops
Tours/Courses
Membership Application
Membership Survey


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 10:1 – Spring 1998 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 10:1 – Spring 1998

Benjamin L. Harwood

The Program by Madelyn Shaw The Site by Desiree Koslin Letter from the President TSA Sponsors Workshop Calendar of TSA Events Textile Collections in the Newark Museum by Ulysses Grant Dietz Reviews Announcements Gloria F. Ross Tapestry Center Established Symposia/Seminars/Workshops Exhibitions


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 2:2 – June 1990 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 2:2 – June 1990

Benjamin L. Harwood

From the President Late News Flash The Symposium: Textiles in Trade Pertinent Names and Addresses What’s New Calls for Manuscripts and Papers Fellowships Employment Opportunities Exhibitions The Network: An International Directory of Textile Scholars


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 4:11 – Fall 1992 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 4:11 – Fall 1992

Benjamin L. Harwood

Letter from the President
“Research in Progress”
Area Activities
TSA Board of Directors
Letter from the Past President
Symposium Luncheon Meetings
The Practicing Artist
European Textiles
Aspects of Social Change
Announcements
Calls for Papers & Proposals
Lectures, Classes, and Workshops
Conferences, Meetings, Symposia
Textiles at Biltmore House
Fellowships & Prizes
Peggy Stoltz Gilfoy Memorial
Publications
Exhibitions
TSA Calendar


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 6:17 – Fall 1994 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 6:17 – Fall 1994

Benjamin L. Harwood

Our New President: Mattiebelle Gittinger Expanding TSA Membership Goals Board of Directors Letter from the President Symposium Highlights Special Interest Group Meetings in Los Angeles Letter from the Editor Announcements Calls for Papers Electronic Communication National Museum of the American Indian Pacific Textile Arts The Medieval Dress and Textile Society Complex Weavers Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science Positions Available Study Tour to Morocco Travel Study Tour to Japan Weaving Tour of Bolivia Lectures/Symposia/Conferences/Seminars Exhibitions- Past, Present, and Future


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 8:2 – Summer 1996 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 8:2 – Summer 1996

Benjamin L. Harwood

Bibliography: 1995 Letter from the President Letter from the Editor Announcements By-Laws of Textile Society of America, Inc. (as amended February 1996) Symposia Exhibitions Board of Directors


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 9:3 – Fall 1997 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 9:3 – Fall 1997

Benjamin L. Harwood

A Brief History of the Textile Collections at the Brooklyn Museum of Art Letter from the President Letter from the Editor Textile Museum Introduces a Learning Center Lineups Change at Several Museums Conference Reviews Kalamazoo Medieval Congress has Four Textile Sessions Announcements Symposia/Seminars/Workshops Exhibitions


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 12:1 – Winter 2000 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 12:1 – Winter 2000

Benjamin L. Harwood

Santa Fe to Host TSA 2000 Symposium TSA Calendar TSA News Letter from the President Collections News Member News Exhibition/Conference Reviews Conferences and Symposia Exhibits Lectures and Workshops Publication Opportunities Tours and Courses Info Exchange


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 2:3 – November 1990 Jun 2015

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 2:3 – November 1990

Benjamin L. Harwood

From the President Notices Books Classes, Conferences, Lectures, Symposia Exhibitions Pertinent Names and Addresses


Measuring The Effect Of Affordances On A Crash Cart Medicine Packaging, Javier De La Fuente, Daniel Tachibana, Kristen Leemon, Christine Liu, Colleen Twomey, Soma Roy, Laura Bix, Scott Bischeff Jun 2015

Measuring The Effect Of Affordances On A Crash Cart Medicine Packaging, Javier De La Fuente, Daniel Tachibana, Kristen Leemon, Christine Liu, Colleen Twomey, Soma Roy, Laura Bix, Scott Bischeff

Javier de la Fuente

No abstract provided.


An Examination Of Creative Performative Labour As A Tactics Of Resistance To Controlled Pedestrian Passage Through Public Urban Space, Dani Andree Jun 2015

An Examination Of Creative Performative Labour As A Tactics Of Resistance To Controlled Pedestrian Passage Through Public Urban Space, Dani Andree

Dani Andrée

This research within this exegesis has developed out of the idea that pedestrian passage through public urban space is characterised by slippages in the perception of time and the senses. This concept is theoretically framed by Marc Augé’s notion of “non-place” (1995) and Michel de Certeau’s (1984) unconscious phenomenology of walking the city street. This exegesis examines the development of a reflexive unconscious language within a visual arts practice, as a tactics of resistance to controlled pedestrian passage. This theoretical framework, along with Alex Villar’s “Temporary Occupations”, forms part of a reflexive praxis that examines the progression ...


Thermal Vs. Photonic Sintering Of Nano Silver Based Conductive Inks, Bilge N. Altay, Paul D. Fleming May 2015

Thermal Vs. Photonic Sintering Of Nano Silver Based Conductive Inks, Bilge N. Altay, Paul D. Fleming

Bilge Nazli Altay

Conductive ink formulations with different electrical properties and their sintering methods after printing are an emerging area of interest. In this work, different line width and resolutions were printed on a a flexible PET substrate using a nano silver based conductive ink with gravure printing. Then printed traces were sintered with two different sintering methods and the results were compared.


Lighting Design Proposal For Tom Stoppard's "Rosencratz And Guildenstern Are Dead", Nikolai Eiteneer May 2015

Lighting Design Proposal For Tom Stoppard's "Rosencratz And Guildenstern Are Dead", Nikolai Eiteneer

Nikolai B Eiteneer

Tom Stoppard’s tragicomedy, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1964), earned the early popularity and the world-wide reputation that such a work deserved, booting Tom Stoppard into the limelight as an up-and-coming young writer. The play itself verges on an absurdist style, but due to the realistic nature of the title characters, the audience members find themselves sympathizing with their plight and lack of knowledge though any theatre goer acquainted with the works of Shakespeare, and Hamlet in particular, will know the final outcome of the play. For those not endowed with such knowledge, however, Stoppard gave the end away ...


[Photographs], Valerie Dawn Hampton Feb 2015

[Photographs], Valerie Dawn Hampton

Valerie D Hampton

Photos of the Abbey Church of Rievaulxand The Cloister, An Augustinian Convent Translated to the Bahama.


Form And Content, Ann A Rahim Khan Jan 2015

Form And Content, Ann A Rahim Khan

Annadora Y Khan

No abstract provided.


Review Of Early Bindings In Paper, By Michèle Valerie Cloonan, Fred W. Jenkins Jan 2015

Review Of Early Bindings In Paper, By Michèle Valerie Cloonan, Fred W. Jenkins

Fred W Jenkins

No abstract provided.


Review Of Early Bindings In Paper, By Michèle Valerie Cloonan, Fred W. Jenkins Jan 2015

Review Of Early Bindings In Paper, By Michèle Valerie Cloonan, Fred W. Jenkins

Fred W Jenkins

No abstract provided.


Review Of Scribes, Script, And Books: The Book Arts From Antiquity To The Renaissance, By Leila Avrin, Fred W. Jenkins Jan 2015

Review Of Scribes, Script, And Books: The Book Arts From Antiquity To The Renaissance, By Leila Avrin, Fred W. Jenkins

Fred W Jenkins

No abstract provided.


Panoramic Drawing With New Media, Sandy Litchfield Dec 2014

Panoramic Drawing With New Media, Sandy Litchfield

Sandy Litchfield

No abstract provided.


Posters For Nepal, Anne M. Giangiulio Dec 2014

Posters For Nepal, Anne M. Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

I was invited to design a poster for the campaign ‘Posters for Nepal’ which is to be on sale at http://www.postersfornepal.com/. All proceeds to benefit UNICEF and the American Red Cross. I visited Nepal with friends in the summer of 1999. That trip has such special, magical memories to me that when I heard of the devastating earthquake that hit there in April of 2015, in many of the same areas that I had visited, I was heartbroken. I recall the beautiful, friendly people we met there and their resilience in both a tough climate and tough ...


Poster For The El Paso Community Foundation's Classroom Fund Grant Recipients, Anne M. Giangiulio Dec 2014

Poster For The El Paso Community Foundation's Classroom Fund Grant Recipients, Anne M. Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

For the second time, this poster was commissioned from me by the El Paso Community Foundation to be awarded to their annual Classroom Fund Grant Recipients at a reception honoring the grantees, area teachers. Limited edition screenprint.


Crane Boy, Anne M. Giangiulio Dec 2014

Crane Boy, Anne M. Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

Book cover and interior I designed for 'Crane Boy' written by Diana Cohn and illustrated by Youme, published by Cinco Puntos Press. It tells the tale of Kinga and his classmates waiting for the black-necked cranes to return to the kingdom of Bhutan. The birds fly south over the highest mountains in the word to winter in the valley where Kinga lives, deep in the Himalayas. The cranes have been visiting the valley since ancient times, but every year, fewer cranes return. Kinga is concerned. "What can he do?," he wonders. He and his classmates approach the monks for permission ...


Exhibition Catalog For 'Hal Marcus: Lyric Modern', Anne M. Giangiulio Dec 2014

Exhibition Catalog For 'Hal Marcus: Lyric Modern', Anne M. Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

Catalog designed for the exhibition 'Hal Marcus: Lyric Modern', on display from September 6, 2015 to January 24, 2016 at the Dede Rogers Special Events Gallery of the El Paso Museum of Art. 40 pages.


Ciudad Juárez–El Paso Biennial 2015, Anne M. Giangiulio Dec 2014

Ciudad Juárez–El Paso Biennial 2015, Anne M. Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

Catalog designed for the 'Ciudad Juárez–El Paso Biennial 2015', on display from November 6, 2015 to February 7, 2016 at the El Paso Museum of Art. 130 pages.


The Bone Folder By Ernst Collin (2nd Ed.), Peter D. Verheyen, Ernst Collin Dec 2014

The Bone Folder By Ernst Collin (2nd Ed.), Peter D. Verheyen, Ernst Collin

Peter D Verheyen

DER PRESSBENGEL / THE BONE FOLDER:
A DIALOGUE BETWEEN AN AESTHETICALLY- INCLINED BIBLIOPHILE AND A WELL-VERSED-IN-ALL-ASPECTS-OF-THE- CRAFT BOOKBINDER

By Ernst Collin, translated and introduced by Peter D. Verheyen

Der Pressbengel, by Ernst Collin, was originally published in German in 1922. Conceived as a dialogue between a bibliophile and a master bookbinder on all aspects of the bookbinding craft as well as specific techniques, the text also addresses the conflicts between quality and cost and matters of good taste. The family and bindery of W. Collin were Court Bookbinders in Berlin from the mid 1800 until the "liquidation" of the firm under ...