Herron School of Art and Design

Herron School of Art and Design

 

Herron is a community of 750 students, 50 faculty members, and a dedicated staff of a dozen people, all working together to create a unique environment for learning.

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  • Chopra, Natasha (2020)
    Art therapy, museums, and art galleries are in their beginning stages of collaboration, but they share common goals such as improving their surrounding communities and providing services to increasingly diverse audiences. ...
  • Guzman, Maria V. (2020)
    An integrative literature review was used to gather information on existing ethical decision-making models in order to formulate key themes for a recently developed model. Concepts including ecology theory, and inclusion ...
  • Shope, Wendy (2020)
    This research is a case study of using co-design as a way of assisting the capacity building process for an Indianapolis-based community organizer. The community organizer seeks to develop a visual thinking tool for enhancing ...
  • Troyer, Denise (2020)
    Nature - Humans - Past - Future - Presence - Absence These familiar terms are the stepping stones of thought that went into my thesis work. While some may pair these words together as dichotomies, I concentrate on the ...
  • Mower, Ashleigh (2020)
    This human-subject, mixed methods study, originally designed for six participants, was turned into a case study that examined the use of the Face Stimulus Assessment (FSA) with one individual diagnosed with early-state ...
  • Lugo, Hannah (2020)
    The present study used an integrative literature review methodology to identify the art therapy treatment needs of mothers and families experiencing a high-risk pregnancy within a women's health facility, in order to propose ...
  • 4thness 
    Mullen, Frank (2020)
    Charlie Gordon hung a box. It was mounted on the front of his house, next to the door, narrow and painted black and oddly proportioned, like a talisman, like a ovate refugee from Easter Island. He hung it there so ...
  • Tsultem, Uranchimeg (University of Hawaii Press, 2019)
    This article discusses a Khalkha reincarnate ruler, the First Jebtsundampa Zanabazar, who is commonly believed to be a Géluk protagonist whose alliance with the Dalai and Panchen Lamas was crucial to the dissemination ...
  • Tsultem, Uranchimeg (University of Hawaii Press, 2017)
    In 1990, a seven-decade socialist taboo on religion was lifted in newly transforming Mongolia, where democratic reforms and a peaceful transition to a market economy and multiparty government system were taking place. The ...
  • Tsultem, Uranchimeg (University of Hawaii Press, 2019)
    A comparative and analytical discussion of Mongolian Buddhist art is a long overdue project. In the 1970s and 1980s, Nyam-Osoryn Tsultem’s lavishly illustrated publications broke ground for the study of Mongolian Buddhist ...
  • Tsultem, Uranchimeg (University of Hawaii Press, 2016)
    This article extends cartography into ethnographic and representational practices for territorial inclusion (Hostetler 2005) and nation building (Krishna 1994). Outer Mongolia, a vassal state of the Qing Empire until ...
  • Tsultem, Uranchimeg (Oxford University Press, 2015)
    The First Jebtsundamba Khutukhtu (T. rJe btsun dam pa sprul sku) Öndör Gegeen Zanabazar is the most celebrated person in the history of Mongolian Buddhism, whose activities marked the important moments in the Mongolian ...
  • Vidger, Natasha (2018)
    Through large-scale oil paintings my research engulfs the viewer in an environment consisting of only animals. Absent of romanticized landscapes, my paintings render the animal form in a balance between the refined and ...
  • Amnesia 
    Jorgensen, Elizabeth (2019)
    Because of childhood trauma much of my work is inspired by photographs. With my work, I am trying to recover and work through memories and piece together the years that are missing from my memory. Finding the how and why ...
  • Vespini, Sarah (2019)
    This single subject study sought to explore the potential connection between Clay Work and components of mindfulness using the State Mindfulness Scale for Clay Work (SMS-CW). The study was done by an art therapy graduate ...
  • Rhoades, Torrie (2019)
    This paper explores scholarly literature regarding dementia, neural pathways, dementia studies, types of dementia, and previous art therapy studies with the aging population. A study was conducted at two aging facilities ...
  • Jandernoa, Andrea (2019)
    My visual work articulates the complexity of chronic illness by exploring personal implications of medical treatment. I manipulate sugar in ways that reflect my own experiences as a diabetic. Using sugar allows me to situate ...
  • Craig, Sydney W. (2019)
    My artwork examines the realm of the subconscious through constructed symbols, such as puppets, shadows, and theatrical allusions; through the visual and contextual language of these symbols, I question the lines drawn ...
  • Tesmer, Casey (2018)
    My research poses questions to the audience of how people see color on a body, what subconscious preconceptions that comes packaged with, and the ties of those preconceptions to American culture and how that might affect ...
  • Faris, Tim (2019)
    My creative work surrounding the Fall Creek is a photographic take on the junction of nature and the human made, as well as a personal account of the environment. It is my hope that through my work, I will begin to understand ...

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