Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Title

Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Title

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  • Shopoff, Marna (2014-05-20)
    My work is a vehicle to investigate the perceptual intimacy I find within public spaces. Blending contemporary with classical approaches to art and spatial relationships, I use the idea of perception as a function of human ...
  • King, Juliet (2016-10)
    According to the American Art Therapy Association, art therapy is a mental health profession in which clients, facilitated by the art therapist, use art media, the creative process, and the resulting artwork to explore ...
  • Tsai, Mu-Chien (2015)
    This study was an integrative literature review exploring the research published on art therapy interventions with individuals with Down syndrome. In order to expand the collected resources, secondary sources and expanded ...
  • askew 
    Wichmann, Stephanie (2015)
    Every moment is everywhere <quantum>. Being human is a mass of feelings and the felt. One can never be certain who they are moment to moment for the body is always changing and adjusting, along side partners’, time and ...
  • Semidey, Lisa M. (2017)
    This research focuses on how hypoglycemia episodes -- low blood sugar events -- spark specific communication needs in Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) patients. As a 22 year T1D veteran, I've personally faced challenges when needing, ...
  • Bord, Jason Dillon (2012-07-23)
    Throughout my life , my connection to art has been tied to a tradition of labor and to the natural environment. My attraction to the outdoors directly affects my material choices and the work I make. Through interacting ...
  • Ganci, Aaron; Ribeiro, Bruno (2013 Design Principles and Practices Conference, 2013-03-08)
    Through qualitative methods, this paper examines the evolving role of the visual communication designer within the Agile development process with a special focus on educational ramifications. As websites and software become ...
  • Ganci, Aaron (Foundations in Art: Theory and Education (FATE), 2015-03-26)
    Many industries are looking to creatives to help them separate themselves from their competitors. This is especially true for designers, whose processes and visualization skills make them excellent collaborators for a wide ...
  • Walters, Nicholas (2015)
    High school students suffer from a lack of intrinsic motivation to participate in class. In an attempt to combat this lack of motivation, educators often provide students with rewards for participation. However, ...
  • Hammond, Mohammad (2016)
    In the United States currently 10 states have either professional licenses with verbiage inclusive of art therapy or licenses that are distinctly art therapy. The states with art therapy licenses received that distinction ...
  • Gutierrez, Rogelio (2012-07-23)
    My story begins in Jalisco, Mexico where Rogelio and Maria Del Carmen were born and would eventually fall in love. Rogelio is from a small town called Santillan, Jalisco. He is one of twelve brothers and sisters that ...
  • Hoefle, Michael (2013-06-03)
    It was just about five years ago that I started off on the journey that is now coming to an end. I was unhappily working away in the commercial photo industry as a digital technician and second shooter. Not a bad gig for ...
  • Cortez, Susana (2013-08-09)
    My work is a manifestation of emotions concerning personal, social, and political issues that influence the way I perceive life. I manifest my emotions towards these issues in a spontaneous way, through the exploration and ...
  • Eicher, Stefan (2017)
    Violence, whether physical or psychological, is sustained by the act of 'naming' -- placing people into categories of 'the other' based on a singular difference in socio-economic, ethnic, cultural, or religious identity. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Brown, Adrienne (2016)
    Hackathons are popular and innovative events organized to develop ideas related to a technological solution into prototypes in a short amount of time. There have been thousands of hackathon events held since their inception ...
  • Ceragami 
    Patel, Mona (2016)
    Ceramics is one of the oldest mediums of creating works of art over the past centuries; however there has been a significant improvement and advancements towards creating different forms with it. I intend to capture the ...
  • Wessel, Robert (2016)
    This thesis discusses a participatory design project that focused on improving social support for women veterans in Indianapolis, Indiana. Using a series of design research methods to capture the voice of local women ...
  • 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 ...
  • Sanematsu, Helen (AIGA, 1999)

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