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  • The Growth of Form 

    Morrisey, Jesse (East Carolina University, 2010)
    My sculptures are influenced by the forms and forces of nature. Certain natural forms captivate me: seed pods, bursting with potential life energy; branches and vines that reach and grasp in anthropomorphic ways; textures ...
  • Growth Patterns 

    Zumbro, Leia (East Carolina University, 2012)
    The presence of formulaic growth patterns such as fractals and the divine proportion in the botanical, animal and physical landscape inspire and intrigue me. Fractals are characterized by self-similarity, in which the ...
  • Heirloom : An Examination of Value, Family History and Personal Identity 

    Heuss, Abigail (East Carolina University, 2012)
    This document is written in support of the creative body of work entitled The Art of Remembering-A Genealogy Project. The focus of my graduate research is the collection and preservation of my own family stories. This ...
  • Held 

    Roddenbery, Holly (East Carolina University, 2018-12-06)
    The idea of the "spiritual" conjures notions of belief, wonder, and divinity for many people. I have come to understand the spiritual to be a part of my daily life, my inner thoughts and feelings, and the means to which I ...
  • Hidden Interiors 

    Wells, Jennifer (East Carolina University, 2010)
    This written report supports the creative thesis entitled "Hidden Interiors: An Investigation of Containers and Their Hidden Compartments". The body of work that I am presenting for exhibition consists of containers ...
  • HUSTLE: The Economic Impact of the Arts 

    Shelton, McKenzie Laurel (East Carolina University, 2017-05-04)
    Through a short documentary film, I am examining how investing in local arts enriches a city’s economy and quality of life. Part of Greenville’s strategic development plan is finding ways to attract and retain residents. ...
  • Identity Informed Then Performed 

    Ingle, Alexandra (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
    The concept of identity is constructed by societal means, and for the individual, it may be interpreted in many ways. Identity can be recognized by external means such as the clothes a person chooses to wear, but it can ...
  • Impact of Inductive and Deductive Teaching Strategies in Art Classes 

    Burns, Stephanie R (East Carolina University, 2019-07-15)
    Abstract: The purpose of this small teacher action research study was to determine if incorporating an inductive teaching strategy (concept attainment) into the teaching of art concepts affects student performance on depth ...

    Weddle, Kaitlin Sarah (East Carolina University, 2018-05-04)
    I’ve wanted to be a musical theatre performer since I was a little girl. I loved to sing and dance and play pretend, and being able to study what I love is an utter blessing. I’ve learned that in order to accomplish what ...
  • In the Field 

    Sledge, Ben; Kunz, Sammie; Foster, Symphony; Lloyd, Jessica (2015-03-22)
    Premiere performance of a composition for three unaccompanied vocalists by ECU student composer Ben Sledge. Recorded at A.J. Fletcher Recital Hall on March 22nd, 2015.
  • Inner Change : The Artist and Self-Actualization 

    Youmans, Lindsey Laing (East Carolina University, 2010)
    This report is written in support of the thesis exhibition entitled "Inner Change", which investigates the idea of self-actualization through the use of self-portraits juxtaposed with personal imagery to represent my ...
  • Internal Landscapes 

    Purcell, Lauren N (East Carolina University, 2021-05-03)
    After years of self-reflecting on my emotions, I can now express a fuller range. Internal Landscapes represents different emotions that come with dismantling learned value systems. Black paint, recurring textures, and gold ...
  • International Trends and Techniques Used to Teach Studio Art Courses Through Distance Education 

    Sheldon, Kathryn Elizabeth (East Carolina University, 2009)
    This research collected data about international trends and techniques used to teach studio art courses through distance learning. The study presents information about methods of curriculum and instruction, background ...
  • An Interview with Yotburd : Creating as a Collector 

    Lechtenberg, Zachery (East Carolina University, 2015)
    As an artist I believe it is important to present work in a new way rather than continually looking to traditional methods. The context for the presentation and distribution of art is changing and the collectors of art ...
  • Investigating and Sharing the Stories of Our Community's Heroes 

    Jewell, Jessica (2015)
    This short documentary shines a light on Greenville Fire-Rescue, its daily operations, and the men and women who serve the Greenville community from behind the scenes. Greenville Fire-Rescue follows a nationwide trend in ...
  • Is there a solution to climate change? 

    White, Margaret Claire (East Carolina University, 2019-05-01)
    This document supports my Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition consisting of two digital prints, ten lithographs, vinyl text corresponding to each print and 5 stickers with listed references, in the SOAD gallery. The ...
  • Korean contemporary art as an educational resource for the American secondary art classroom 

    Song, Borim (2012)
    Focusing on the artwork by Korean-born artist Shin il Kim, this chapter examines Korean contemporary art as a resource for teaching and learning in the American secondary art classroom. Kim utilizes digital technology ...
  • The Language of Johannes Brahms's Theme and Variation : A Study of His Chamber Works for Strings 

    Pepple, Joanna (East Carolina University, 2012)
    The variation movements of Johannes Brahms portray a continuous development of his musical discourse. Regarding variation form, he advocated for formal unity and the important role of the bass throughout his letters. In ...
  • LEAVING LEAVES -- BETWEEN SEASONS: Therapeutic Landscape Painting and Participatory Art 

    Branch, Emily (East Carolina University, 2016-11-16)
    This thesis is an exhibition of therapeutic art. The therapeutic qualities of the work are based on scientific studies in healthcare design and psychology, and evolutionary psychology. Attributes that have been demonstrated ...
  • Let Him Kiss Me 

    Franklin, Nia; Sledge, Ben (2015-03-22)
    Premiere performance of a composition for soprano voice and piano by ECU student composer Nia Franklin. Recorded at A.J. Fletcher Recital Hall on March 22nd, 2015.