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    • Traces of a Place : Time in Southern Mexico An exhibition of photographs taken in correspondence with various Mexican poems 

      Kane, Michael (1999)
      The author describes the process of creating a photographic installation that combine photographs from the state of Oaxaca, Mexico with nineteen poems selected and translated by the author. The installation revolves around ...
    • Transformations: Photographing the Nude - A Written Statement 

      Whiting, Elizabeth K. (1988)
      As an Art History major, making my own art instead of researching someone else's work may not seem like a logical or even natural choice, but then slaughtering my finest impulses does not make any sense either. I struggled ...
    • Transplant 

      Siler, Shannon (2002)
      The author describes an installation of photographs, cut paper mosaic, and wooden botanical plaques. The artist statement declares "As a whole the human race processes its environment, extracting what it desires, leaving ...
    • Trash 

      Ricci, Laura (1995)
    • U.S. Comicbooks in Japan 

      Beilfuss, Shawn (1998)
      Building from the foundation laid in this independent study became the focus of my SIP proposal and I posed the question of "How can I carry over what I learned about the differences between US and Japanese comics into ...
    • Unbridled: Paintings and Drawings 

      DiMaggio, Anthony (1994)
      The author describes the process of creating his collection of five colored pencil and oil paintings and the inspiration of Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte, Peter Blume.
    • Unidentifiable Feelings of an Outsider 

      Scheck, Christa (2017)
      The main objective of this Senior Individualized Project (SIP) project was to explore the ramifications of anxiety and mental illness on a conceptual level, but on a material one as well to further develop my artistic style ...
    • Unspoken : Our Multifaceted Reality 

      Lucas, Alison (2009)
      The artist writes “Human relationships—friendship, love and family, are much more complex than language allows us to describe. Although we don't have the words to talk about it, all of us experience these intricacies on a ...
    • Unspoken: Our Multifacet Reality 

      Lucas, Alison (2009)
      Human relationships—friendship, love and family, are much more complex than language allows us to describe. Although we don’t have the words to talk about it, all of us experience these intricacies on a daily basis. We ...
    • Untitled 

      Malavika, Rao (2017)
      The objective of this project is to explore and acknowledge my different selves. These paintings are performances of the self; they each showcase a way in which I perform my identity. The word performance, perhaps suggests ...
    • Untitled 

      Levine, Kelsi (2017)
      This project was meant to be an exploration of a fabricated and foreign religion. The fabricated religion was to be explored through immersing the viewer into an environment that presented otherworldly deities in a somewhat ...
    • Untitled 

      Xu, Jie (2017)
      The objective of my SIP was to explore the different ways that context and meaning are implemented into a work of art. What I hoped to achieve from conscious integration of meaning was to change my approach to art from ...
    • Untitled 

      Marnauzs, Helena (2017)
      I play with numerous themes in my collection of work: Gender, non-binary identity, queerness, desirability politics, reclaiming image with “Selfies”… The 16 pieces in the series: Hollister Boy, Femme in Lingerie, Queer ...
    • Untitled 

      Gill, Kelan (2017)
      A collection of paintings created in hopes of providing an avenue to make art more accessible for the everyperson. Artworks inspired by mental illness, the ramifications of substance abuse, cultural displacement, and a ...
    • Untitled 

      Parkes, Harrison (2017)
      The objective of my SIP was to explore the different ways that context and meaning are implemented into a work of art. What I hoped to achieve from conscious integration of meaning was to change my approach to art from ...
    • Urban Art : Off the Street : A Senior Individualized Project 

      Faulkner, Vanessa (2009)
      The artist writes “Graffiti and other forms of Urban Art have developed over the past thirty years, creating Controversy among law enforcers and urban youth. While fluctuating between artistic expression and vandalism, ...
    • Urban Environments 

      Pettit, Michelle (1990)
      When I paint, I very clearly work within the boundaries of the frame, relying maybe too much on the confinement of my image within the dimensions of its size. In only one painting I suggest reaching beyond the edge. ...
    • Urban Faces 

      Alt, Kristin (2003)
      The author describes the inspiration for her installation that explores graphic design, advertising, and public artwork. First presenting a research study of these three topics, then reviewing the artists that inspired her work.
    • Urban Nature: Studio Art SIP 

      Davis, Bryn C. (2008)
      The development of my SIP began with my interest in Native American art and culture. Growing up in the Pacific Northwest 1 had numerous encounters with Northwest Indian art and mythology. My parents read me illustrated ...
    • The Urban Pest 

      Grobbel, Samantha (2011)
      The artist writes “My work began as an exploration of how painting can help me discover a human relationship with animals in modern society. It seemed to me that buildings displace animals from their natural habitat, and ...