Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Title

Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Title

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  • 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 ...
  • Fox, Hannah (2018)
    At the core of humanity is a driving force to create and change our environments to better suit our liking. In this century, the need fo hand-making in the developed world is becoming obsolete. As privileged Americans we ...
  • 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 ...
  • An:Other 
    Alderson, Nicole (2018)
    Otherness comes in many forms: it is a profound awareness of the metaphorical and physical space between, whether that space is the distance between two people, a person and the world they live in, or the perceived self ...
  • Walsh, Justin (2018)
    What is the Measure of a Man? Before allowing the brain to run away giggling with euphemistic glee, consider the import of this question as it has effected boys for centuries as they grow, not only in personhood but ...
  • 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 ...
  • Arsenal 
    Carroll, Brenna (2018)
    Traumatic experience inspires the human drive for expression. Survivors carry the memory of trauma with them throughout their lives while they struggle to comprehend its impact. They maintain a fragile stability as their ...
  • King, Lauren (2018)
    An integrative systematic literature review was used to determine recommendations for collaboration between art museums and art therapy practice. Concepts including history of the art museum, programming in art museums, ...
  • 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 ...
  • Thompson, Courtney; Yates, Dani (2018)
    Public schools educate many students of various cultural backgrounds and often provide mental health services to meet the needs of these students. This mixed methods study is comprised of a systematic literature review and ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Wiggins, Meaghan (2018)
    The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community is a population that has faced discrimination for many years. There has been a shift in attitudes towards this community following the rise of the ...
  • Davis, Heather E. (2018)
    Art therapy has been conducted with military servicemembers and veterans since the beginning of the profession itself. Veterans suffer from a myriad of diagnoses, some of the most prevalent being posttraumatic stress ...
  • Spicuzza, Shelley (2018)
    My current body of work captures and displays a humanity manipulated geological history. I use and rework the discarded to build records of time, memory, and progress seen from the perspective of an uncertain future. By ...
  • 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 ...

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