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    • The art/Thea rt/T heart 

      Nichols, Thea Liberty (2002)
      “This body of work represents an ongoing composite of dichotomies made visual. Each piece was designed with the idea of representing the inherent tension between the visible and the invisible, the interior and the exterior, ...
    • Artemisia Gentileschi as a Master Caravaggist : The Baroque Painter and Her Women - Rethinking the Feminist Paradigm 

      Axe, Sara (1998)
      The author evaluates the life and work of the Seventeenth Century Italian painter, with an emphasis on the influence of Caravaggio, her father, Orazio Gentileschi, and the very public rape trial in 1612 involving a male ...
    • Artifacts from the Collection of Franklin William Rosenfeld or The Pseudo-Museum 

      Swearer, Keeney A. (2013)
      My SIP, Artifacts from the Collection of Franklin William Rosenfeld or The Pseudo-Museum is an exploration into institutional critique. Utilizing the art installation medium I constructed a fake museum exhibit, reminiscent ...
    • Artifacts from the Collection of Franklin William Rosenfeld, or, The Pseudo-Museum 

      Swearer, Keeney Angell (2013)
      “Museums are often regarded as sources of knowledge in the form of the artifacts that they collect, and the information that accompanies these artifacts. I am interested in the authority that accompanies this information ...
    • Aspects of Woman Depicted in the Works of Ibsen and Munch 

      Stavig, Kaia (1979)
      Part I of this paper describes Ibsen's and Munch's personal relationships with women, as well as the position of women in nineteenth century society. I have included this section because I believe it is essential in order ...
    • At Liberty 

      Douglas, Mollie (2003)
      The purpose of this project was to inspire people to think about who they are and what they stand for. In a time of international animosity and political discord it is difficult to feel patriotic on any level. My classmates ...
    • Athlete: Exploring Student-Athlete Identity Through Portraiture 

      Tyburski, Elizabeth Jeanne (2016)
      This Senior Individualized Project explores identity of student-athletes at Kalamazoo College through a series of photographs. How does being a student-athlete influence one’s identity? Does it change how one sees the ...
    • Bandaid for a Bullet Wound 

      Olson, Joana (2005)
      The paintings in Bandaid for a Bullet Wound are abstractions based on the visual disturbances and symptoms of migraines. Migraine sufferers usually experience a severe, pounding headache, nausea, dizziness, sensitivity to ...
    • Beauty as an Experience of Life 

      Heffernan, Moira (2005)
      Beauty as an Experience of Life is a faux museum exhibit that addresses the use of photography as a means of recording and preserving memories from our personal lives. It emphasizes the development of the Kodak Camera in ...
    • Before the Bunny : Shaping the Male Consumer in Early Issues of Playboy 

      Gavin, Charotte (2018)
      Playboy Magazine is a cultural sensation specific to American history that has generated a range of criticism and admiration from people of all ages and backgrounds as a result of the publication’s nude Playmate pictorials ...
    • Beloved: The Garden 

      Ramos, Mary Dawn Ponce (1996)
      Ten years ago, a young girl picked up a pencil. It was yellow and dull at the tip, but to this young girl it was something much more than a writing instrument. She saw stories aching to be written with this ordinary ...
    • Between Image/Text/Symbol 

      Gothard, Adam (2018)
      The author writes "In a series of six drawings, I examined the relationship of image, text, and symbol by emulating medieval European illuminated manuscripts, in which they mingled and conversed with one another. I worked ...
    • Black American Artists, Art, and Exhibitions and the White Art World in the 1920s and 30s 

      Mahone, Malikah Q. (2017)
      This research will focus on the writings of twentieth century black scholars, W.E.B Du Bois and Alaine Locke, who shaped the movement for the “New Negro” artist and placed Harlem as the center for the Negro Renaissance. ...
    • Black-Figure Pottery Throughout the Ages as Demonstrated by Four Vases from the Detroit Institute of Arts 

      Pursel, Jacquelyn (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1998)
      In this paper, I will discuss Ancient Greek black-figure pottery throughout its stages by looking at examples from the Detroit Institute of Arts. I interned at the DIA this summer and looked at the vases carefully; this ...
    • Blench: A Collage of Ceramic Artwork 

      Bousquet, Katherine (1998)
      Through this paper I will discuss the original intentions underlying my Senior Project, as well as the development of both ideas and techniques, and finally difficulties which presented themselves during the work, and ...
    • Blue Sky, Red Earth : Portraits of Laverton 

      Askew, Alana (2002)
      The author describes the process of photographing the Wongatha Women of Northeastern Perth, Australia.
    • Body Language: Investigations in Anatomy through Idiomatic Language 

      Prophit, Maren (2019)
      My main objective in this project was to observe and explore the treatment of the human body through idiomatic language. Having developed perspectives in both the sciences and the fine arts, my own interests in the human ...
    • A Brief Biography and Chronological Analysis of the Works of Erwin Panofsky 

      Rarick, Holly M. (1983)
      I began this thesis because I wanted to spend my Senior Independent Project quarter reading all of Erwin Panofsky's works-a project that proved impossible. I feel that the most interesting aspect of this project has been ...
    • Bringing Children's Art into Nature : A Community Art SIP 

      Schaub, Jamie L. (2011)
      For the summer of 2011 I was an intern at Edison Environmental Science Academy in Kalamazoo, ML I helped facilitate a Garden Camp which took place two days a week at the garden outside the school, and two days a week at ...
    • Broken Dreams: A Visual Art SIP 

      Widman, Amber (2001)
      Broken Dreams contained nine pieces. It contained 3 stools, a magazine rack, a wooden plate, a lamp, a candlestick, a cup, and a mirror. For the SIP, I named the pieces (mostly for simplicities sake). The silver stool ...