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    • the fate of a circle 

      Church, Maile (2022-05-31)
      My visual timeline functions as an exploration of language when spoken word cannot adequately relay one’s experience. Additionally, I hope to investigate distortions and shifting perceptions within the self. Each journal ...
    • Perverted Spaces 

      Andrews, Georgie (2020-06-01)
      Perverted Spaces began as an investigation of white privilege but evolved into a project of awareness of one’s own whiteness, and the social impact of this whiteness. Through trial and error, reading, researching, and ...
    • Securing Advertising 

      Chumley, Qynce B. (2019)
      I have always been drawn to advertising. From when I was a kid and knew all the words to every freecreditreport.com commercial and to every radio ad that played on Z107.7, to several months ago when I decided to paint on ...
    • Self Portrait and Self Presentation : Exploring the Shape of Inner Self 

      Ma, Ruicong (2022-03-01)
      Self Portrait and Self Presentation concentred on Eastern and Western cultural blending and sojourner identity exploration, exploring the possibility of expressing the Eastern culture and artistic features by oil painting. ...
    • SIP 

      Zhang, Chi (2020-06-01)
      This project served as an exploration into the enigma that is memory and emotion. While my initial goal was to characterize what memory and emotion can be visualized as in the physical plane, it became a very personal and ...
    • Toward Wholeness in Education 

      Herman Hilker, Kaiya Noelle (2019)
      In the beginning stages of this project I knew I was interested in learning more about Waldorf Education and exploring a Senior Individualized Project that would help launch me into my life after graduation. As I started ...
    • Where Icons Tread 

      Ickes, Austin (2019)
      How do we personally address that which makes us uncomfortable? In a world leering at us from all angles, it can be difficult not to feel as if one is subjected to the gaze or whims of factors far beyond the individual ...
    • You Can’t Change the Past 

      Menchaca, Zaydee (2022-03-01)
      “You Can’t Change the Past” is a collection of artwork about revisiting my own experiences with animal death and abuse. Over the course of 10 weeks, I gathered different stories from my friends and news outlets to really ...