Herron School of Art and Design Works

 

Articles, proceedings, posters and other works by Herron School of Art and Design faculty members.

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  • Spence, Shannon (2022)
    While the average contemporary photographer creates a snapshot in time, Hiroshi Sugimoto (b. 1948) is unique in his ability to create life where there is none. Sugimoto photographed scenes of dioramas from natural history ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen (International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals annual conference, 2022-03)
    Applied improvisation (AI) is the translation of improvisational theater principles to non-performers with the goals of “creativity, innovation, and/or meaning” (Tint & Froerer, 2014, p. 2). AI facilitates the practice of ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen (Hofstra University Annual Creative Arts Therapies Conference, 2022-04)
    Applied improvisation (AI) is the translation of improvisational theater principles to non-performers with the goals of “creativity, innovation, and/or meaning” (Tint & Froerer, 2014, p. 2). AI facilitates the practice of ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen; Ansaldo, Jim (Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 2022)
    Students who engage in high-impact learning initiatives such internships, capstone research projects, and collaborative activities report gains in personal development that include growth in self-confidence, increase in ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen (2021-05)
    One population that can benefit significantly from therapies is that of individuals with eating disorders. Based on research in the field of eating disorders, traditional talk therapy may not effectively address the ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen; Granger, Amy (2017-10-23)
    This document is a proposal to include art therapy in the Indiana Bureau of Developmental Disability Services waiver.
  • Tsultem, Uranchimeg (Sternberg Press, 2018)
    This article will focus on Baatra’s two paintings, the Nomad (2013) and MGL (2018) and will argue that Baatra’s works demonstrate that the marketization of nature is indeed a part of neoliberalism in Mongolia, and thus ...
  • McDaniel, Craig (Pittsburg State University, 2019)
    This article talks about the artwork of Gustave Caillebottes Paris Street, Rainy Day. If you know Gustave Caillebottes Paris Street, Rainy Day, you'll recall one factor contributing to its stop-you-in-your-tracks effect ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen (2020-04)
    Art therapy can be particularly successful in addressing the specific needs of individuals struggling with anorexia nervosa (AN) through the use of the creative process. This article provides an understanding of the effect ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen (Taylor & Francis, 2020-10)
    Art therapy group can facilitate professional and self advocacy efforts to increase awareness of eating disorders. Imagine Me Beyond What You See art competition was the catalyst for the development of an art therapy group ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen; Cicco Barker, Jeannine; Williamson, Courtney (2016-07-07)
    This panel presents the art in supervision from the perspective of the graduate student, the on-site supervisor, and the group supervision course professor. Each supervisor engaged in the same art making themes/concept as ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen (2020-02-15)
    Of the 37 graduate art therapy programs in the United States, less than 10% are housed within art schools. Art therapy programs in art schools have a unique advantage over programs housed in schools of counseling, education, ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen (2017-11)
    This paper presentation explores the concept of space for two clients with Anorexia Nervosa. Space defined as “the volume, expansiveness, density of a particular image in relationship to its surround” is often solely ...
  • Misluk-Gervase, Eileen; Rush, Haley (2019-10)
    United States Census Bureau (2017) reported that older adults currently make up 14.9% of the population in the United States. They project that the population of adults 65 and older will double by 2060 to approximately 98 ...
  • Balkir, Nur; Saher, Konca; Mihci, Gurkan (2019)
    Art and design education enable students to find creative and logical solutions to various design problems. The use of materials, constructive analysis, craftmanship, and originality are some key criteria in the process. ...
  • Lee, Jennifer (2011-04-08)
    This paper examines the theme of pilgrimage throughout the marginal imagery of the fourteenth-century Luttrell Psalter. Pilgrimage emerges as a prominent theme throughout the book's pages and suggests that its patron ...
  • Chuluun, Sampildondovin (University of Hawaii, 2019-11)
  • 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, 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 (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 ...

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