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Capstone 2019 Art And Art History Senior Projects, Art And Art History Department Apr 2019

Capstone 2019 Art And Art History Senior Projects, Art And Art History Department

Student Publications

This booklet profiles Art Senior Projects by Angelique J. Acevedo, Arin Brault, Bailey Harper, Sue Holz, Yirui Jia, Jianrui Li, Annora B. Mack, Emma C. Mugford, Inayah D. Sherry, Jacob H. Smalley, Laura Grace Waters and Laurel J. Wilson.

This booklet profiles Art History Senior Projects by Gabriella Bucci, Melissa Casale, Bailey Harper, Erin O'Brien and Laura Grace Waters.


Litter On Wheels: An Ocean Garbage Art Car, William J. Leconey, William H. Gibson Oct 2018

Litter On Wheels: An Ocean Garbage Art Car, William J. Leconey, William H. Gibson

Student Publications

In the Fall term of 2018, Gettysburg College seniors Bill LeConey and Will Gibson created the world's first Ocean Garbage Art Car, by covering an old Ford truck with plastic bottles (and other trash commonly found in our oceans), to raise awareness about anthropogenic pollution in our seas. Since the 1950’s, plastics have been an essential and ubiquitous commodity in nearly every society on the planet. Plastics find their way into just about every aspect of our lives - from water bottles and cell phone cases, to even advanced medical equipment and space shuttles - it’s no secret how ...


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2016, Musselman Library Apr 2016

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2016, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

From the Dean (Robin Wagner)

Library Receives 9/11 Commission Papers (Fred Fielding '16)

Library News

Digital Scholarship Fellows

From Paupers to Presidents

Fair Use Week

Reading About Race

Student Workers Save the Day (Nadia Romero Nardelli '19)

Life in the Fishbowl (Brittany Barry '17)

In Memory of Douglas R. Price; Former Aide to Eisenhower

Special Purchases

From the Piano Bench (Jay P. Brown ’51, Doug Brouder ’83, Julie Caterson ’84 and Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fiery)

Research Reflections: The Spirit of Gettysburg (Timothy Sestrick)

Gift of Art

Old Gettysburg Back to Thee (Jenna Fleming '16, Avery Fox '16, Melanie Fernandes ...


Capstone 2016 Art And Art History Senior Projects, Art And Art History Department Apr 2016

Capstone 2016 Art And Art History Senior Projects, Art And Art History Department

Student Publications

This booklet profiles Art Senior Projects by Maura B. Conley, Caroline G. Cress, Carolyn E. McBrady, Alesha R. Miller, Emma S. Shaw, Eleanor E. Soule, Katherine G. Warwick, and Rebecca T. Wiest.

This booklet profiles Art History Senior Projects by Deirdre E. D'Amico, Rebecca S. Duffy, Megan R. Haugh, Molly R. Lindberg, Kelly A.B. Maguire, and Lucy K. Riley.


Lens On Habitat Destruction: A Photo Essay In Double Exposure, Bethany Holtz Apr 2016

Lens On Habitat Destruction: A Photo Essay In Double Exposure, Bethany Holtz

Student Publications

Human greed and ignorance bulldoze through nature, leaving behind scarred landscapes and broken ecosystems. Within the world’s aquatic environments, human actions have irreversibly fragmented and shattered habitats of countless animals. Voiceless, these displaced animals suffer largely in silence—their stories untold and invisible. Using my lens to expose their cries, my photography uncovers the narrative of habitat destruction.

In this photo essay, I juxtapose the pristine and degraded habitats of five threatened aquatic species using double exposure techniques, a method where two disconnected images are merged to create one unified work. By balancing light, opacity, color, and transparency, I ...


The Art Of Exile: A Narrative For Social Justice In A Modern World, Dakota D. Homsey Apr 2016

The Art Of Exile: A Narrative For Social Justice In A Modern World, Dakota D. Homsey

Student Publications

In this paper I will illustrate what exile art is, how it is influenced on a global platform, and the change it engenders. My research reveals a central theme of globalization in the exchange, mix, and clash of cultures and political views that accompany it as well as the spread of art and ideas. In my research I illustrate how political circumstance, and sense of responsibility to share a political narrative, propelled exile art from a personal to a political narrative. My research illustrates how, as displaced people stripped of a homeland, exiled artists have surfaced as a voice of ...


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2015, Musselman Library Oct 2015

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2015, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

From the Dean (Robin Wagner)

Avian Flew! (Peter Morgan)

First-Year Book Group

Library News

Students Help Make History Public (Steven Semmel '16, Andrew Dalton '19)

Student Exhibit Exemplifies Liberal Arts (Rebecca Duffy '16)

Report Cards Reveal More Than Grades

Interview with Lawrence Taylor: Case Map Collection

Research Reflections: Eisenhower's Correspondence (Michael J. Birkner '72)

Musselman Likes Ike

Eisenhower in Focus

Hammann Honored (Louis Hammann '51)

Rare Document on Holocaust

GettDigital: The Beauty of a Book (Rachel Hammer '15)

Focus on Philanthropy: Kimberly Rae Connor '79

Gifts to Musselman Library

Research Help Desk: Different Name, Same Great Service!


The Figure In Art: Selections From The Gettysburg College Collection, Yan Sun, Diane Brennan, Rebecca S. Duffy, Kristy L. Garcia, Megan R. Haugh, Dakota D. Homsey, Molly R. Lindberg, Kathya M. Lopez, Kelly A. Maguire, Carolyn E. Mcbrady, Kylie C. Mcbride, Erica M. Schaumberg Oct 2015

The Figure In Art: Selections From The Gettysburg College Collection, Yan Sun, Diane Brennan, Rebecca S. Duffy, Kristy L. Garcia, Megan R. Haugh, Dakota D. Homsey, Molly R. Lindberg, Kathya M. Lopez, Kelly A. Maguire, Carolyn E. Mcbrady, Kylie C. Mcbride, Erica M. Schaumberg

Schmucker Art Catalogs

The Figure in Art: Selections from the Gettysburg College Collection is the second annual exhibition curated by students enrolled in the Art History Methods class. This exhibition is an exciting academic endeavor and provides an incredible opportunity for engaged learning, research, and curatorial experience. The eleven student curators are Diane Brennan, Rebecca Duffy, Kristy Garcia, Megan Haugh, Dakota Homsey, Molly Lindberg, Kathya Lopez, Kelly Maguire, Kylie McBride, Carolyn McBrady and Erica Schaumberg. Their research presents a multifaceted view of the representation of figures in various art forms from different periods and cultures.


Placid, Erica M. Schaumberg Apr 2015

Placid, Erica M. Schaumberg

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Dawn, Erica M. Schaumberg Apr 2015

Dawn, Erica M. Schaumberg

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Portrait Of A Mop, Taylor L. Andrews Apr 2015

Portrait Of A Mop, Taylor L. Andrews

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Parisian Perspective, Colleen M. Kolb Apr 2015

Parisian Perspective, Colleen M. Kolb

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Spring In Ring Of Kerry, Ireland, Zoe C. Yeoh Apr 2015

Spring In Ring Of Kerry, Ireland, Zoe C. Yeoh

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Downtown Detroit, Kelsey P. Cochran Apr 2015

Downtown Detroit, Kelsey P. Cochran

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Everlasting Wilderness, Erica M. Schaumberg Apr 2015

Everlasting Wilderness, Erica M. Schaumberg

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Duomo, Taylor L. Andrews Apr 2015

The Duomo, Taylor L. Andrews

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Bartering In Lake Titicaca, Megan E. Zagorski Apr 2015

Bartering In Lake Titicaca, Megan E. Zagorski

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Misty Morning In The Amazon, Megan E. Zagorski Apr 2015

Misty Morning In The Amazon, Megan E. Zagorski

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Passion Flower, Colleen M. Kolb Apr 2015

Passion Flower, Colleen M. Kolb

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Ireland, Taylor L. Andrews Apr 2015

Ireland, Taylor L. Andrews

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Donkey Of Santorini, Colleen M. Kolb Apr 2015

Donkey Of Santorini, Colleen M. Kolb

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


An Evening In Greece, Colleen M. Kolb Apr 2015

An Evening In Greece, Colleen M. Kolb

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Magnolia Bridge, Zoe C. Yeoh Apr 2015

Magnolia Bridge, Zoe C. Yeoh

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Morning Commute, Megan E. Zagorski Apr 2015

Morning Commute, Megan E. Zagorski

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Mercury 2015 Apr 2015

The Mercury 2015

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2015, Musselman Library Apr 2015

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2015, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

From the Director: Open Access (Robin Wagner)

Global Perspective: Library Participation in College’s Internationalization Efforts (Lucy Marinova ’12, Munya Choga ’12)

Remembering Gale Baker

Library wins 2014 Best in Show

Summer Reads 2015 Launches

Eisenhower Exhibit

Birds of a Feather: Photography Exhibit (Sandra Blair)

Heads Will Turn: Student Exhibit (Mark Warwick)

Edible Books

Audubon Print - Carolina Parrot (Geoffrey Jackson ’91)

Life in Photos: William H. Tipton exhibit

50th reunion Gift of First Editions (John E. Rogers, Jr. ’65)

Sharing the Past: Alumni Memorabilia (Jessica Casale ’18, Julia Hendon, Clara A. Baker ’30, Gary T. Hawbaker ’66)

19th ...


Capstone 2014 Art And Art History Senior Projects, Art And Art History Department Apr 2014

Capstone 2014 Art And Art History Senior Projects, Art And Art History Department

Student Publications

It gives us great pleasure to introduce the Gettysburg College Art and Art History senior Capstone projects for 2014. These projects serve as the culmination of the Studio Art and Art History majors. They are as rich and varied as the students themselves and exemplify the commitment the Department of Art and Art History places on creativity and scholarship in a liberal arts education. [excerpt]

This booklet profiles Art Senior Projects by Bailey K. Beardsley, Lisa R. Del Padre, Tobi C. Goss, Rebecca A. Grill, Anna B. Heck, Japh-O'Mar A. Hickson, Danielle T. Janela, Lauren E. Kauffman, Megan P ...


Techno File: Glaze Unity Formula, Tina M. Gebhart Jul 2011

Techno File: Glaze Unity Formula, Tina M. Gebhart

Art and Art History Faculty Publications

There are many approaches to modifying a glaze recipe, and different approaches can meet different needs. Some modifications change the colorant level while others change the colorant type altogether. Some may directly replace one material with another add a few weight unit more (or less) of one of the base ingredients in the recipe, or add an amount of an entirely new ingredient. These strategies we use to alter glazes tent to parallel how we cook and modify recipes in the kitchen, but adjustments to the base glaze using the kitchen method do not always give us the results we ...


Sunlight, Gabriella M. Schiro Jan 2011

Sunlight, Gabriella M. Schiro

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Self-Portrait, Rebecca H. Fisher Jan 2011

Self-Portrait, Rebecca H. Fisher

The Mercury

No abstract provided.