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    • 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 ...
    • Surreal Worlds : Sculptural Forms and the Architecture of the Unconscious 

      Stein, Jason M. (East Carolina University, 2010)
      This written thesis supports the creative thesis entitled Surreal Worlds: Sculptural Forms and the Architecture of the Unconscious. This thesis is an exploration of the role of the found object in my creative process as a ...
    • Survey of Educational and Cultural Influences in Occupations 

      Mauney, Anne Jenkins (East Carolina University, 2011)
      This study endeavored to determine if persons were influenced by their art  education , early creative experiences and participation with other visual art activities in the selection of their chosen profession and noted ...
    • Suspension of Disbelief 

      Brown, Addison Jarvis (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
      This thesis is an invitation to participate in the viewership and operation of fictional narratives. The making of this work is an attempt to understand the dichotomy of enjoying the trick and knowing its method. In ...
    • Tangible Emanations 

      Denton, Andrew William (East Carolina University, 2011)
      This is a report on my creative research. It is supplementary to my thesis exhibition of works of sculpture, images of which are included in this report. These sculptures explore the intangible emanations that emerge from ...
    • The Art of Provisionalism 

      Carter, Robin (East Carolina University, 2020-06-22)
      Art is in itself meaningless; the significant thing to consider is the social formation and how it is reproduced. If an artwork is assigned a value, it is due to the iterative ability of the subjects involved. The most ...
    • The Industrial Image: Preserving a Deteriorating Identity 

      Loch-Test, Sarah (East Carolina University, 2016-04-27)
      Reclamation is essential in preserving the history and changing identity of America's Rust Belt. This body of work uses photography and historic events as material that can be repurposed. Imagery is preserved when fired ...
    • Theorems in Visual Art: Art and Math Teacher Collaboration toward Creative Leadership 

      Song, Borim; Choi, Jungmin (2018)
      An artist and a mathematician meet. The authors of this article, one an art education professor and the other a mathematics professor, collaborated to conduct research as a team, examining perceptions of K-12 art ...
    • Three Initiatives for Community-Based Art Education Practices 

      Lim, Maria; Chang, Eunjung; Song, Borim (2013-07)
      According to Lawton (2010), art educators should be concerned with teaching their students to make critical connections between the classroom and the outside world. one effective way to make these critical connections ...
    • Tools of Mass Consumption 

      Klacza, Mary E. (East Carolina University, 2015)
      Today, with cheaply produced plasticware introduced in the 1960s and foods that can be consumed directly out of the wrapper, our culture has essentially acknowledged the necessity for function and convenience when eating. ...
    • Toward Relational Craft 

      Micheletto-Blouin, Stephan (East Carolina University, 2011)
      This thesis report contends with the contemporary context of studio craft here in the USA. Studio craft is predicated on habits of a modern world, and the political and economic relations comprising our social landscape ...