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  • Reflections of Difference 

    Sutton, Sally L. (East Carolina University, 2013)
    "Reflections of Difference" is an installation intended to explore and express the issues of women dealing with their body image. To create this thesis I have incorporated scientific data, personal interviews with my ...
  • Relationships Between Art Education and the Workplace 

    Moore, Jamie Lynn (East Carolina University, 2012)
    This study undertakes the challenging and imperative task of making connections and finding trends between what art education teaches and how these skills, abilities and thinking patterns translate into the workplace. The ...
  • Release 

    Karpa, Alyssa (East Carolina University, 2016-05-03)
    This thesis work depicts my process of therapy and rejuvenation found through artwork about abuse I suffered during high school. Through creating metaphors about the abuse, PTSD, and my anxiety, I discovered that my work ...
  • Resurgence 

    Staigvil, Kayla (East Carolina University, 2017-01-03)
    I believe objects have a lifespan, they have the capabilities to experience decay and metamorphose into something new. In my work, attention to detail and craftsmanship is important. The ideas surrounding my work focus on ...
  • THE RETURN 

    Fox, Linda Andrea (East Carolina University, 2012)
    "The Return" investigates how culture shapes our understanding of the natural world. The life process of death is the key to this understanding. Culture has interpreted, compartmentalized, or rationalized this process in ...
  • Rhythm to the Art Educator 

    Colby, Brooke (East Carolina University, 2009)
    Rhythm is a basic principle of art, taught to beginners and explored by master artists. However, rhythm is a difficult concept to understand and apply visually. The basic definition of rhythm is defined, and the use of ...
  • The Role of Technology in the 21st Century Art Room 

    Diehl, David (East Carolina University, 2013)
    How are art teachers today utilizing computer technology in the classroom and what role do they feel it should serve in art education? The purpose of this study was to explore how elementary art educators in North Carolina ...
  • Romancing The Labor 

    Vanek, Kevin M. (East Carolina University, 2013)
    This is a report of a creative body of work dealing with the adaptation of traditional industrial processes into contemporary sculpture. This thesis shows that admiration for labor is still present in sculpture by utilizing ...
  • Roxie, Mr. Bingo, Kewl and The Gate : Street Gangs in Kinston: Participating in One City's Game of Chance to Save Itself 

    Brennan, Anne (East Carolina University, 2010)
    This project in pursuit of social and aesthetic experience involved the Kinston Community Council for the Arts, the Kinston Department of Public Safety and The Gate of Kinston (Gang Awareness Training and Education; a ...
  • Ruff Sketches: The Art of Phoebe Sullivan 

    Mansfield, Joan; School of Art and Design (2015)
    As an artist and illustrator, Phoebe Sullivan is inspired by films, books, and nature. Her ideas begin in her sketchbook. She loves to bring entertaining and meaningful stories to life and has a drive for learning and ...
  • Sarah 

    Lazure, Sarah K (East Carolina University, 2017-04-28)
    As a woman artist, I create my own places to exist. My self-portraits are full of emotion, thought, and creative energy and are made to engage the viewer in an intimate moment. I work by transforming thoughts and emotions ...
  • Scurry 

    Shultz, Ronson (East Carolina University, 2019-05-01)
    There has been a shift in the politics in America with many voters moving into a post-truth society. Where debates, laws and policies are framed by appealing to emotions, rather than facts. This political movement, also ...
  • Seeking Comfort 

    Bailey, Alison (East Carolina University, 2015)
    I believe that objects once possessed by a loved one can vividly revive one's memories  and have the power to evoke comfort and nostalgia. The contrast, color, repetition, and tactile  qualities of my pieces preserve these ...
  • Senior Show Poster 

    Beebe, Paige (2015-04-10)
    As an art major, we are required to finalize our senior year with a public showing of our work. More specifically, as a graphic design concentration, we as a graduating senior class compose a show together as a group. This ...
  • Sensory Reminiscences 

    Shirah, Leslie (East Carolina University, 2011)
    This report is based on my thesis exhibition, inspired by memories of my childhood. The foundation of this body of work involves reconstructing and reviving the sensory perceptions of materials, processes, and colors from ...
  • Sequential/Consequential 

    Beasley, Brett Alastair (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
    "Sequential/Consequential" refers to my material-based, process-oriented approach to creating ceramic sculptures. A guiding principle of my thesis activities is centered around expressing temporal accumulation of the art ...
  • The Spaces Between 

    Millar, Aisling (East Carolina University, 2014)
    This written report provides further insight into the context and process of my creative work that focuses on my Irish heritage and the emotional repercussions of migration. These sculptures are inspired by the history, ...
  • Stations In Life : Visual Understandings of Travel, Exploration, and Self Discovery 

    Willett, Dan (East Carolina University, 2012)
    Through my fine art photography, I create an understanding of how and why I explore new environments. My photographs allow me to ask a series of questions about myself. What motivates me to do so? Why do I choose a particular ...
  • Subjugatus 

    Lazzarine, Tina (East Carolina University, 2013)
    This document is written in support of the creative body of work entitled Subjugatus. My research in graduate school has focused on finding a way to merge textile design with my chosen field of study: metal design. Influenced ...
  • The Sum of the Parts 

    Sheppard, Austin (East Carolina University, 2010)
    The intent of this thesis report is to analyze, through my figurative sculpture, the various means through which science is currently exploring to reshape the human being, and then address the potential social and cultural ...