Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Issue Date

Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Issue Date

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  • Carper, M. Dolorita, Sister, O.S.F. (1947)
    "A thesis submitted in partial fulfuilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts, College of Education. Division of Graduate Instruction. Butler University. Indianapolis. 1947"
  • Sanematsu, Helen (AIGA, 1999)
  • Jeanne-Claude; Christo (2005-04-22)
  • Sanematsu, Helen (2007)
    This is a report from the trenches. This article offers a critique of a pilot project undertaken by Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena, California. In the summer of 2005, I (along with 1 other Art Center instructor) ...
  • Sanematsu, Helen; Woodcox, Stephanie; Rickert, Vaughn I. (2011)
    Poster presentation regarding adolescent health and media consumption for the 2011 Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Conference.
  • Sernsukskul, Sareena; Sanematsu, Helen (2011)
    The spontaneity of make/do culture of street vendors in Bangkok is an example of the practice of integrative thinking and contextual praxis that predates and parallels the postmodern integrative and contextual advocacies ...
  • Sanematsu, Helen (2011-02)
    This project presents a model for developing effective communication by directly engaging designers with their adolescent audience. By conducting focus groups with local youth, we wanted to learn about 1) attitudes and ...
  • Sanematsu, Helen (2011-05)
    This paper describes the current development of an interactive community health education piece that targets young, pregnant women using an interactive wall. Foregrounding the pregnant form of the women, and working within ...
  • Hardy, Jodie Ann (2011-11-02)
    Maslow’s hierarchy of needs might be as relevant today as his theory of human motivation was in 1943 when he first published it, but even 1970’s advertiser’s adoption and revision of it to include the higher ranking ...
  • Sansone, Dominic Mario (2011-11-02)
    Through my current body of artwork I am venturing to give voice to the violence of humankind and the role each of us play in facilitating an endless cycle of barbarity. Much of the work is autobiographical, drawing heavily ...
  • Sowles, Gene H. (2011-11-02)
    What I find interesting about the process of exploration is the quality of not knowing. When I came to graduate school it was with the intent of keeping an open mind to the possibility of growing. I wanted to be able to ...
  • Ross, Edward (2011-11-02)
    There is truth and inherent beauty in incomplete thoughts and half lived ideas. Muddling through the nature of aesthetics is enough to support multiple bodies of work. Add to that a rich historical tradition based in ...
  • Armstrong, Kathryn J. (2011-11-02)
    The idea of change as a transformable subject implies an impermanent situation that informs a set of unknown variables. As human beings we are never the same. We are always transforming, moving and adapting, while building ...
  • Custer, Jacob (2011-11-02)
    The dichotomy between expression and interpretation allows communication to happen. Communication is a sensual experience. I approach art as a visual language and I use intuitive constructions of carved wood, engraved ...
  • Tennant, Susan (2011-11-02)
    In his famous essay “On the Spiritual in Art,” Wassily Kandinsky, described art as a portrayal of spiritual values. He stated “All art builds from the spiritual and intellectual life. While each art form appears to be ...
  • Pazzol, Matthew (2011-11-02)
    Life is often compared to a maze. Each decision is a path that leads to another path, towards some goal and, inevitably, an exit. But the puzzle of the maze is invented, and life is real. My art is the maze of how I see ...
  • Qualia 
    Clune, Rebecca A. (2011-11-02)
    When I look back at times that once were, and where I am today, I find one consistent factor. I have just as many questions today as I did back then. I do not remember my 9th birthday, I do not know the exact location I ...
  • Tovar, Gustavo (2011-11-02)
    I consider myself the type of person who is looking to improve what I recognize is my passion for creating and innovating. I have always had a strong interest in using materials, forms, c ...
  • Mason, Jill Marie (2011-11-03)
    I have one sister, Jenny, and most of our childhood was spent living in the country. With few other peers nearby to play with, we were best friends. Over time, we grew to be a very imaginative duo. I have many memories ...
  • Sanematsu, Helen (2012)
    A small cardboard ‘fort’—four low walls and a roof—was used by a team of design students to investigate the relationship between technology, purpose, and meaning. Placed in a busy hallway in a University setting, the simple ...

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