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Interior Environments - Residential Spaces - Mr. And Mrs. Eder., Bhoomi Patel Jan 2019

Interior Environments - Residential Spaces - Mr. And Mrs. Eder., Bhoomi Patel

Exceptional Student Work - FAAD - Interior Decorating

This project is made up of final presentation boards that were presented to a client. The digital boards have a professional appearance and meet the decorating practice standard. The project includes a concept collage board, floor plans, elevations and materials, and a perspective drawing.


Mary Moffett "Portrait Of Avon Wallace", University Archives And Special Collections, Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University Jan 2019

Mary Moffett "Portrait Of Avon Wallace", University Archives And Special Collections, Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University

Manuscript Finding Aids

Framed oil portrait of Avon Wallace.


C. V. Ramachandra Rao Papers, University Archives And Special Collections, Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University Jan 2019

C. V. Ramachandra Rao Papers, University Archives And Special Collections, Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University

Manuscript Finding Aids

Vita of C.V. Ramachandra.; "A.K. Coomaraswamy, an Inspirer of Indian Renaissance & Other Cultural Causerie", by Ramachandra Rao; lists of publications; and memo regarding Ramachandra Rao's visit to Tech.


Kayla Mitchell, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Kayla M. Mitchell Jan 2019

Kayla Mitchell, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Kayla M. Mitchell

Senior Art Portfolios

This is a portfolio of work shown in the Bush Art Center Galleries at St. Norbert College from April 8th through May 3rd, 2019. This work includes a series of four illustrations.


Emerson Bartch, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Emerson Bartch Jan 2019

Emerson Bartch, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Emerson Bartch

Senior Art Portfolios

This work included painting, printmaking, and sculpture exhibited at St. Norbert College from April 8, 2019 to May 3, 2019.


Katie Hopkins, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Katherine Hopkins Jan 2019

Katie Hopkins, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Katherine Hopkins

Senior Art Portfolios

This document archives the senior art exhibition of Katie Hopkins ‘19. A reception for the 2019 Senior Art Exhibition occurred on Friday, April 12, 2019 in the Bush Art Center Galleries to celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating art class. Contained in the portfolio is Hopkins’ artist statement that accompanied her exhibition, a photo of her work in the context of the Baer Gallery taken on the night of the reception, and close ups of her three pieces: the oil painting Space Dog, four film stills and the tagline of the short film Withdrawn in lieu of the actual media ...


Sarah Chojnacki, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Norbert College 4059114 Jan 2019

Sarah Chojnacki, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Norbert College 4059114

Senior Art Portfolios

This is a portfolio created for Senior Art Exhibition 2019. This work included painting, collage, and graphic design.


Julia Allen, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Julia Allen Jan 2019

Julia Allen, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Julia Allen

Senior Art Portfolios

Senior Art Exhibition presented in the Baer Gallery from April 8th to May 3rd. The work includes package design, printmaking, and graphic design.


Jennifer Han Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Jennifer Han Jan 2019

Jennifer Han Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio, Jennifer Han

Senior Art Portfolios

it is a senior art exhibition for Jennifer Han, work with photography, stop motion and typeface design


[Review] Jacob Bull, Tora Holmberg And Cecilia Åsberg, Editors, Animal Places: Lively Cartographies Of Human-Animal Relations. Routledge, 2018. 276pp, Zoei Sutton Jan 2019

[Review] Jacob Bull, Tora Holmberg And Cecilia Åsberg, Editors, Animal Places: Lively Cartographies Of Human-Animal Relations. Routledge, 2018. 276pp, Zoei Sutton

Animal Studies Journal

It’s 2016 and rats are ‘taking over’ in Malmö, Sweden. Forced out of the sewers by flooding, the sight of usually-hidden rats now visible on streets and playgrounds (not to mention their dead bodies in the river) has humans calling for sanitation through eradication to ‘restore’ social order. In daring to exist ‘out of place’ in their search for food the rats ‘turn from tolerated, illegitimate, but invisible waste-workers, to ‘trash animals’ (1). This dramatic scene which opens Animal Places ‘shows how space, place and human-animal relations intersect, thereby producing diversity of effect, boundary work and political action’ (1 ...


In Spite Of You, We Live On: A Commemorative Painting, Goldie Gross Jan 2019

In Spite Of You, We Live On: A Commemorative Painting, Goldie Gross

Publications and Research

This painting is the product of a Yiddish language independent study with Professor Debra Caplan. It depicts a war portrait of Hitler with a stumbling stone inscribed with the words "אויף צו להכעיס דיר לעבן מיר נאך" (in spite of you, we live on) in the center of his face. It is accompanied by an explanation of the painting.


Mouth Breather Broadcasting Systems, Ryan Matthew Wurst Jan 2019

Mouth Breather Broadcasting Systems, Ryan Matthew Wurst

Intermedia Art, Writing & Performance Dissertations

Mouth Breather Broadcasting Systems (MBBS) is a work of practice based research and the writing in this document supports the creative project. MBBS is a series of three infinite television shows, which have been created as software. Through the process of coding and animation, each show acts like a video game that plays itself. Utilizing common television narrative structures like, sitcoms, made-for-TV movies, and cop shows, the characters in each show improvise an endless number of scenarios. The primary tool used to create MBBS was the video game creation software Unity where custom artificial intelligence was created to give each ...


Black Space And Branding The Afrofuture: The Rippling Effect Of Schaffer Library’S Afrofuturist Exhibitions:, Julie Lohnes, Robyn Reed Jan 2019

Black Space And Branding The Afrofuture: The Rippling Effect Of Schaffer Library’S Afrofuturist Exhibitions:, Julie Lohnes, Robyn Reed

2019 Diversity and Inclusion Certification Course

Leveraging the library space to help realize the college's goals of diversity, the Access Services Librarian and the Director and Curator of Art Collections and Exhibitions sought to address the lack of racial/ethnic representation on campus through a multimedia exhibit and art installation that brought our diverse collections to the forefront. The exhibit Black Space: Reading (and writing) Ourselves into the Future highlighted our library's speculative book, film and music collections, while the art installation Branding the Afrofuture featured political and celebratory digital print collages with graffiti wall drawings to present black cultural production through an Afrofuturist ...


"Wild", Jeonghyun Kim Jan 2019

"Wild", Jeonghyun Kim

2019 Awards for Excellence in Student Research and Creative Activity – Documents

The “wild”, 12 layers of screen printed art work on Stonehenge fine art paper, is started from the research with the Booth Library Source.

The research was about how Degas created marks as a painter and printmaker. Degas was using rough and bold marks when he painted but still kept delicate sense of creating various textures of the subjects such as hair, ballet skirt, skin and natural objects rather than too much focusing on reality within his works. Dancer Taking a Bow (The Star) (c. 1878) and Dancers in Pink (c. 1948) are good examples. However, when it comes to ...


Whirling Hybrids: A Dichotomy Of Belonging, Rabeya Khatoon Jan 2019

Whirling Hybrids: A Dichotomy Of Belonging, Rabeya Khatoon

Theses and Dissertations

Migration is a phenomenon wherein individuals relocate from one country to another, albeit temporarily or permanently, for numerous reasons. The State of Qatar is a highly diverse nation with a large population of foreign residents. According to Priya D’Souza, as of 2017, 60 percent of the resident population in Qatar are from South Asia. Growing up in this environment, third culture kids develop a unique, hybrid culture through experiencing multiple cultures. This research investigates a dichotomy of belonging from the perspective of South Asians in Qatar. A series of hybridized spinning tops were produced in collaboration with a South ...


Lotion In Your Lungs, Raul H. De Lara Jan 2019

Lotion In Your Lungs, Raul H. De Lara

Theses and Dissertations

This is a document explaining in detail my artistic practice from childhood to the day I graduated VCU. It will perhaps only be understood by those who have themselves already felt such ways, or similar ways – words and ghosts are mostly invisible.


Heart Faculty: Jacelyn Lim, Ishan Singh Jan 2019

Heart Faculty: Jacelyn Lim, Ishan Singh

Social Space

Meet Jacelyn Lim, 46, Deputy Executive Director of the Autism Resource Centre,1 a Singapore-based NPO that serves children and adults with autism spectrum disorder. Through advocacy and provision of services spanning education, employment and training, it hopes to empower individuals with ASD to lead meaningful and independent lives. ARC also manages The Art Faculty,2 whosemerchandise features the works of artists with special needs. For every product you purchase at TAF, differently-abled artists receive royalties and learn the value of work and financial independence. ISHAN SINGH catches up with Jacelyn to find out more about what she does and ...


Plan D: Design And Social Responsibility, Harah Chon Jan 2019

Plan D: Design And Social Responsibility, Harah Chon

Social Space

Most are familiar withthe use of this term as a noun, in which design refers to finished objects, forms, services and solutions. Design is often used as an adjective to describeaesthetic qualities or the utility and function of things. As a pronoun, however, design emphasises the networks or systems involved in the industry as a whole. But what sets design apart from all other human activities is in its useas a verb, denoting its many approaches, perspectives, actions, processes, ideations, interpretations and implementations.


Now I Know My Abcs: Art, Belonging And Community, Sujith Kumar Prankumar, Katherine O’Chee, Supharirk James Chiraphatnachai Jan 2019

Now I Know My Abcs: Art, Belonging And Community, Sujith Kumar Prankumar, Katherine O’Chee, Supharirk James Chiraphatnachai

Social Space

Art is ubiquitous across human culture. Described as both “a record of the past” and a “catalyst for cultural change”,1 artistic expression helps us understand and articulate experiences and meanings of life and the world,2 transmit religious, cultural and ethical values,3 and promote healing.4


Arts And Society: A Symbiosis, Mayur Singh Jan 2019

Arts And Society: A Symbiosis, Mayur Singh

Social Space

Looking back in history, it is hard to pinpoint exactly when and why people engaged in the arts. We know that cavemen used it to record and represent objects around them, but also that over time the arts came to be appreciated as a reflection of the skills and creative genius of their creators. The arts has also been used by governments to reflect the views of the state.


The Basics Of Horticulture, Maria Uhase Jan 2019

The Basics Of Horticulture, Maria Uhase

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

The purpose of this series of fine art infographic posters was to combine visual art with information to create an instructional and compelling body of work about horticulture. As part of my Honors Senior Research Project, I designed five large-scale posters with the individual pieces focusing on one topic of gardening. Together they form a foundation for anyone to begin their own successful garden.

The series includes information from how to begin growing plants to how to maintain a healthy garden. Since there are many ways to approach each of these processes, I described methods based on the variety of ...


Automation In Graphic Design, Robert M. Doehling Jan 2019

Automation In Graphic Design, Robert M. Doehling

University Honors Program Theses

Advances in technology have had dramatic impacts throughout history on a myriad of industries outside of the technology industry itself. These changes are showcased through a brief examination of the changes within the graphic design industry since the recorded birth of the graphic. With the advent of popularized artificial intelligence seen in the modern day, many are predicting the end of graphic design. Through an analysis of current automated design products within the consumer market and a dive into the research alongside design automation professional Peter O’Donovan, it is evident that the role of the graphic designer will most ...


Generic Of, Nicole Levaque Jan 2019

Generic Of, Nicole Levaque

Theses and Dissertations

generic of is a creative text paralleling the creation of my thesis exhibition. I use fragmented layers of narrative, description and prose in the same way each handbuilt ceramic is fired multiple times, allowing the glazes to build upon themselves. This is a close study of the still life, the intimacy of consuming, and how trauma is passed through the gut.


Lifetime, Emily E. Kuchenbecker Jan 2019

Lifetime, Emily E. Kuchenbecker

Theses and Dissertations

Time is my bully. Time marks the start of something, as well as the end. We are all carrying out the inexorable passing of time as it relates to our impending mortalities.

I do not fear death.

The awareness of my body’s impermanence employs me to feel that much more connected to the vessel containing that of which I am.

But what am I? Am I my body- or is it much deeper?

Through the work executed during my graduate research, I have attempted to quantify my existence through the archiving my time and body. This document ushers you ...


Graphic Content Warning; Personal And Political Traumas, Emily K. Wardell Jan 2019

Graphic Content Warning; Personal And Political Traumas, Emily K. Wardell

Theses and Dissertations

The written portion of this thesis work is meant to address and further investigate the visual work created using mediums of print and found video. This artistic research has been interested in examining varying associations with truth, recollection, and evidence. This includes the recollection of public histories and news-media narratives as well as my own history and trauma. Through this work my aim was to create a deconstruction and revolt against how associations are formed, and how to understand imagery as information. This thesis first discusses my relationship to appropriated imagery, then connects and examines it through the addition of ...


Just A Guy, Angelica Scott Jan 2019

Just A Guy, Angelica Scott

Digressions Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


Love/Hate Thing, Breanna Jones Jan 2019

Love/Hate Thing, Breanna Jones

Digressions Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


An Exploration Of The Prairie Through Ceramic Art, Erin Wilaby Jan 2019

An Exploration Of The Prairie Through Ceramic Art, Erin Wilaby

Honors Capstone Projects

The prairie is an underappreciated ecosystem. This is evident comparing the amount of US protected land: according to the 2018 Land Areas Report, there are 50 times more acres of National Forest as National Grassland. To change this unappreciation, I endeavor in this project to aid people in seeing the prairie as a complex, beautiful, and interesting ecosystem. My method is to present scientific knowledge about the prairie through the medium of ceramic art. Specifically, the project explores relationships between biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) factors in the ecosystem. The ceramic works entail a large amount of functional pottery with ...


The Wild Beasts, Peter Cochrane Jan 2019

The Wild Beasts, Peter Cochrane

Theses and Dissertations

The Wild Beasts springs from my desire to thank my ever-expanding queer chosen family and mentors for their strength. Working through the often violent and othering aspects of the lens and photographic histories I create floral portraits responding to each person’s being and our relationship. Using the 19th century, 8x10 large format view camera—the same used by colonialists and ethnographers to “capture” the divinity of Nature—I erect each as a traditional still life studio setup at the threshold between the natural world and that constructed by humans. These environments speak both to the character of each friend ...


Public Health Implications Of Retailer Resale Of Returned Textile Clothing Merchandise, Antonette M. A. Francis-Shearer Jan 2019

Public Health Implications Of Retailer Resale Of Returned Textile Clothing Merchandise, Antonette M. A. Francis-Shearer

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

Historically, 18th century anecdotal accounts of the decimation of several tribes of U.S. of the Native American population by trading of infected textile blankets alludes to the role of retail in the transmission of infectious disease. This study explores implications of the modern day retail organization practice of reselling returned clothing textiles from a public health infectious disease perspective. A qualitative multi-case study, utilized responses from 20 open-ended, unstructured interviews of retail employees assigned to the returns process. Additionally, several informal observations of select U.S.based, top-ranked clothing retail organizations, identified by the National Retail Federation were completed ...