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Browsing Dissertations and Theses by Subject "Fine arts"

Browsing Dissertations and Theses by Subject "Fine arts"

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  • Murley, Abraham
  • Bresner, Catherine Corbett
    An exploration and critique of aleatoric approaches in the creative process, using language experiments as an umbrella term to explore & discuss chance operations, Oulipo techniques, Surrealist exercises and Charles ...
  • Holmes, Jessica
    This Creative Writing Capstone Project investigates themes of place, memory, the body, and their respective relationship(s) to language. The poems range from short lyric pieces to longer, multi-sectioned meditations. ...
  • Coleman, Timothy
    Contrary to the statement by the character Garcin in Jean-Paul Sartre’s play No Exit that other people are Hell; it is in fact other people who offer us a glimpse of Heaven. But if one is to have that peek at paradise ...
  • At Sea 
    Moench, Peter (2012-09-13)
  • Solis, Hugo (2014-04-30)
    Axial is a sound installation in which a cargo container is employed as a resonant object: resonant in its acoustic sense because the container is used as sound generator, but also resonant in its metaphorical connotation ...
  • Lebo, Kathryn (2012-09-13)
    Believer by Believer is a collection of lyric poems obsessed with descriptive detail and what it can reveal about the whole, enamored with the materials we use to build our lives, and captivated by sensual pleasure and ...
  • Haines, Emily Sketch (2013-07-25)
    Poetry Manuscript
  • Xie, Lanxia
    Based on my memories of hazy cityscapes, the sensations of the contradictions in beauty in life, and spatial disorientations and other-worldliness, I have created three works that render blurred, mysterious, ethereal, and ...
  • O'Neill, Morgayne
    A Brief History of Florida and Other Stories is an excerpt from a larger body of work about the life story of a fictional young girl named Katie and her unorthodox and itinerant family.
  • Blalock, John Miles
    Examining the process of evolution by building cameras using the methods of natural selection.
  • Chairs 
    Coville, Denise
    What drives prose if it isn’t the story? Or rather, what is a story? Anton Chekhov’s famous rule of storytelling suggests that a gun should not be included in the first act if it is not going to be fired in the second, but ...
  • Chang, Beatrice (2013-07-25)
    A collection of linked stories feature Americans abroad as they set forth on backpacking journey through Central America, serving at a teaching post in rural South Korea, and trekking in the mountains in Morocco. These ...
  • Chernow, Rebecca
    A paper exploring ideas of sculpture as bio-remediator and a hub of communal activity
  • Norsworthy, Sarah K.
    My work in painting, drawing, and sculpture has been informed by an interest in human presence and architecture in the landscape as well as my own experiences of place. I present some of my history leading up to my thesis ...
  • Featherly, Lynarra Joan
    The work of the Feminology, in both process and product, is work born out of sifting through, listening and selecting-out from Hegel’s language in the preface to his Phenomenology of Spirit. The Feminology, then, is poetry ...
  • Wilder, Erika Lauren (2012-09-13)
    A collection of poems.
  • D'Elia, Kathryn P.
    I am allowing this written thesis to act as an explanation of my concepts and personal journey through the University of Washington's Graduate Drawing and Painting MFA program and through creating my thesis work, a series ...
  • Sweet, Amanda Catherine
    In this thesis I examine concepts of identity, time and space as I have investigated related influences and methodologies within my studio practice, during my time of study at the University of Washington, Seattle’s School ...

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