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    Capstone 2016 Art and Art History Senior Projects

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    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\u27Amico, Rebecca S. Duffy, Megan R. Haugh, Molly R. Lindberg, Kelly A.B. Maguire, and Lucy K. Riley

    Capstone 2014 Art and Art History Senior Projects

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    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\u27Mar A. Hickson, Danielle T. Janela, Lauren E. Kauffman, Megan P. Quigg, Justin Rosa, Angela M. Schmidt, Erin E. Slattery, and Caroline E. Volz. This booklet profiles Art History Senior Projects by Niki Erdner, Emily A. Francisco, Rose C. Kell, Katherine G. Kiernan, Tara K. Lacy, Shelby A. Leeds, and Molly E. Reynolds

    Capstone 2019 Art and Art History Senior Projects

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    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\u27Brien and Laura Grace Waters

    UNO Website Art and Art History UNO Art Gallery

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    Opened in 1992, the UNO Art Gallery is a professional exhibition spaces consisting of two large galleries (1,500 square feet) and a Hexagon gallery (675 square feet) plus adjoining offices, a kitchen, and a storage facility

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    Quintessence: The Alternative Spaces Residency Program Number 3

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    The gallery guide discusses the works involved with the Alternative Space Residency Program that was sponsored by the Dayton City Beautiful Council and Wright State University. Quintessence number three showcases the third year of a six year long project.https://corescholar.libraries.wright.edu/restein_catalogs/1008/thumbnail.jp

    Veronese’s Goblets: Glass Design and the Civilizing Process

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    Taking its cue from Veronese’s lavish Wedding at Cana (1563), this article explores the meanings of fine and ordinary glassware, focusing on the performative value of Renaissance goblets. Drinking vessels are analyzed here as tools for the gradual transformation of human behavior, or the ‘Civilizing Process’ that sociologist Norbert Elias expounded. In the mid-sixteenth century, new designs for fine glasses supported and shaped the proper conduct expected of guests and servants in banquets. Iconographic sources such as the exquisite wine cups depicted by Veronese, didactic literature and the objects themselves document the kind of challenges and expectations that handling glass in public induced. By the end of the sixteenth century, the affordability of simple but elegant goblets allowed common people to adopt the drinking manners of the elite, thus furthering the association between glassware and the concept of civility.https://digitalcommons.risd.edu/faculty_work/1000/thumbnail.jp

    The Art History Canon and the Art History Survey Course: Subverting the Western Narrative.

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    Art History enrollments at the college level are declining as students flock to STEM majors and perceive Art History as dated and of little use in today’s modern, scientific world. Yet Art History classes can teach valuable skills. When taught in a broad context, the objects art history studies engage critical thinking and can generate new forms of knowledge. However, the pedagogical structure and content of introductory art history survey course does not always offer students the creative leeway to make these connections. Instructors at the college level often retreat to the methods and content that have been a part of the discipline since its inception in the late 19thcentury; the professor as expert authority on the western canon of objects and the grand narrative of progressive development that accompanies them. As university students are becoming more ethnically and socially diverse, the objects covered in the survey continue to speak to a white, European audience that is no longer the only audience listening. While art history remains useful, its canon of objects has become problematic, and reinforces the othering of the non- western world. This essay will first examine how the modern canon and art history’s pedagogical practices came to be by examining the history of the discipline, and the theories, methods and texts that developed alongside academic art history. It will then take a brief look at how modern philosophy, primarily the conceptual ideas of Deleuze and Guattari, can provide a new framework for examining how the teaching of art history can be globalized and taught in a more meaningful way

    Earthly Pleasures: Bounty in Ukiyo-e Prints (2015)

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    Earthly Pleasures or, broader, nature’s riches and man, is a topic for an exhibition project of the ukiyo-e prints curatorial course taught at RISD in the Fall Semester of 2015. When deciding on this subject matter we were curious to see how the urban art of ukiyo-e with its focus on figurative representation of celebrities dealt with the nature theme, essential for Japanese culture and all-pervading in Japanese classical visual arts and literature. Did ukiyo-e artists include images of nature in their compositions? If yes, then who, when and how? It is with this quest in mind that a selection of thirteen prints from the collection of the RISD Museum has been made. ... -- Foreword, Earthly Pleasures: Bounty in Ukiyo-e Prints Contributing Authors Zashary Caro, Sabrina Catlett, Daniel Chae, Boong Chamnanratanakul, Erika Chang, Jamie Chen, Jolene Dosa, Megan Farrell, Saskia Fleishman, Rachel Hahn, Serena Hong, Minkyung Kim, Do Yun Kwak, Yuri Lee, Laura Lin, Nandi Lu, Shanaiya Maloo, Minty Pitaksuteephong, Tim Rooney, Isabelle Rose, Caitlyn Sit, Jessica Song, Alyssa Spytman, Juan Tang Hon, Fallon Wong, Yiran Jasphy Zheng.https://digitalcommons.risd.edu/thad_studentwork_ukiyo-e_prints_exhibitioncatalogs/1003/thumbnail.jp

    Michele Lauriat - Careena Melia - Serhat Tanyolacar: The Grant Wood Art Colony, 2014–15

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    Michele Lauriat, the Painting and Drawing Fellow, expanded her beyond | return series as well as the minds of her students. Serhat Tanyolacar, the Printmaking Fellow, explored political issues in his performance pieces and utilized the University of Iowa’s state-of-the-art printmaking facility. return | beyond, the culminating exhibition of Lauriat’s and Tanyolacar’s work, was held in the Levitt Gallery of Art Building West on The University of Iowa campus in April 2015. Careena Melia, the Theater Fellow, advanced her Gertrude Bell Project while introducing her Collaborative Process students to Grant Wood. Melia’s final presentation was on April 25, 2015. This catalogue documents return | beyond and The Gertrude Bell Project
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