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  • FieldWork 

    Turi, Lorraine (East Carolina University, 2013)
    My work is a visual photographic exploration, which considers the migration from the field to the factory and the consequences of that shift on the American worker. Since the Industrial Revolution, large corporations have ...
  • The Figure in Fine Art and Commercialism 

    Wooten, Christopher William (East Carolina University, 2011)
    This body of sculpture is an exploration of the human figure through personal, public, and commercial works. The following thesis report will explore these various categories and how they play a role in the sculpture's ...
  • Fleeting 

    Donnenwirth, Allison Olive (East Carolina University, 2016-06-03)
    As a senior in the Honors College and art department, I decided to create a creative portfolio in lieu of a thesis. I planned and executed a solo exhibition at Winslow’s Tavern. I was in charge of the planning of the site, ...
  • Florestan and Eusebius: A Look into the Critical and Creative Mindset of Robert Schumann Through the Study of Selected Writings and Fantasiestücke op. 73 für Klavier und Klarinette 

    Lewis, Lauren B (East Carolina University, 2018-05-24)
    Robert Schumann was an extremely influential composer and music critic during the Romantic era. Recognized for his strong connection between literature and music, musicians remember Schumann as one of the great composers ...
  • Flourishing Hope 

    Hutti, Patrick Stephen (East Carolina University, 2016-12-15)
    Flourishing Hope displays the strength of positivity within the human spirit using floral-based ceramic sculptures. The work is assembled out of various ceramic bulbs, shoots, and blooms, all of which are fragile and push ...
  • Flute Music Throughout the Years 

    Koloustroubis, Katerina Elizabeth (East Carolina University, 2018-05-03)
    To fulfill the Senior Honors Project requirements, I have chosen to partake in a senior recital performance of flute works from a range of eras, genres, and styles. As I began my musical journey at the mere age of three, ...
  • The Form of Healing Vibrations 

    Hall, Steven (East Carolina University, 2015)
    The focus of my research is the production of singing bowls to enhance my understanding of the healing art Reiki. By making singing bowls it is possible to form an awareness of non-visual energies that can be applied to ...
  • Formal Elements, Wearable Jewelry 

    Jovanovic, Dejan (East Carolina University, 2012)
    In my master's thesis and exhibition entitled Formal Elements, Wearable Jewelry, I explore the creative influences that inspire me to work in this medium. Texture, surface, line and movement contribute to a personal ...
  • Formed By Desire : An Investigation Of The Relationship Between Playfulness And Design 

    Garcia, Laritza (East Carolina University, 2012)
    My personal development and professional training have led me to believe that playful attitudes help people cope, problem-solve and can offer emotional lightness. The Formed by Desire collection is comprised of three ...
  • Fracture: Representing Identity 

    Harris, Katya J (East Carolina University, 2018-04-27)
    This document provides written support for the thesis exhibition, Fracture: Representing Identity. The body of work presented in the exhibition seeks to provide more accurate images of people, counter to the limiting ...
  • Fragile: Handle with Care 

    Rubio, Hosanna (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
    Memory has always been dearly held in my family, and easily lost. I watched as my loved ones surrounded themselves with objects that acted as physical anchors to the full lives they had lived, the places they had been, and ...
  • Fresh Tracks 

    Mannino, Joe (East Carolina University, 2016-04-25)
    Fresh Tracks is inspired by my life and my upbringing as a hunter. I am creating this body of work for the same reasons I hunt: for the connection to my environment and my food, because I have a vested interested in the ...
  • From Soul to Sole 

    Wells, Rachel (2015)
    This piece is a collaborative work that combines my passion for dance with my love for choreography. My final work is a 3 and half minute long piece that is choreographed for a group of five dancers to the song “Uptown ...
  • FUNctional Ceramics 

    Fineman, Jeremy A. (East Carolina University, 2011)
    As a potter who deals with consumer products, I use different approaches in my making process to practice methods that have less of an impact on the Earth's resources. In this thesis, I will be investigating two different ...
  • 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. ...