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  • d'Amboise, Christopher (2014-05-22)
    This thesis study examines and reviews the existing literature on choreographic craft and process. In addition, it adds to the existing literature on the subject of choreography including elements of craft, process, ...
  • Herce, Clarita M. (2009-07-25)
    This thesis describes how I came to create the body of work for Claritas: An MFA Thesis Exhibition, the culmination of my thesis project at George Mason University. I reflect on the journey that brought me to painting; ...
  • Hendrick, Jay (2015-08-13)
    Collude Collide is primarily a painting exhibition and asks axiological questions about and around painting. The objects ask questions about asking questions. The objects, when seen together are attempts at casting doubt ...
  • Taylor, Mark A. (2014-05)
    With the intent of contributing new research to the body of knowledge on
  • Cole McInturff, Cecilia
    This thesis catalog chronologically records in-studio aspects of design, construction, and a substantive major edit of a 2015 sculptural exhibition completing MFA requirements for graduation. Also, it is a case study ...
  • Arnold, Jermie Steven (2014-05)
    American composer Charles Ives was first and foremost a bandsman. Having been raised in the band world by his father, his first works were for band. Though only four of Ives's original works for band survive, many of his ...
  • Mueller, Johanna (2009-07-25)
    This thesis seeks to describe and illuminate the personal mythology in my work, from my own narrative to the cultural and historical references, pattern and design, ancient myth and legend that inhabit the work. The eight ...
  • Windom, Kristina
    The goal of this thesis is to answer this question: “How do classical ballet companies sustain themselves in a twenty-first century society that is attracted to diverse and innovative ideas?” As a teacher of both classical ...
  • Russell, Donald
    This thesis documents the objectives of my research and curatorial projects exploring the relationship of contemporary art to social change. It describes the concepts and programmatic model of Provisions Library, a resource ...
  • Torres-Ortiz, Luis R. (2014-10-27)
    This document describes the investigative process of the dancer– audience relationship through the exploration of emotions as movements. I choreographed an eleven minute and forty seconds (11:40) dance piece called Bereave ...
  • Smith, Timothy (2017)
    This study provides a multivariate approach to the study music teachers’ beliefs about teaching dispositions. The participants were pre-service and in-service teachers in rural, suburban, and urban settings who taught or ...
  • Sargent, Patrick
    This thesis describes the chronological process and the technical application of Social Art Practice concepts in ART-illery community workshops and subsequent themes that culminated in the work on display in my Masters of ...
  • Fussner, Emily
    eternity fleeting, the MFA thesis exhibition of Emily Fussner, was displayed at George Mason University in March of 2019. The exhibition held materializations and reimaginations of ephemeral moments: an elegy of familiar, ...
  • Fathoms 
    Zuckerman, Sarah
    Fingertip to fingertip, I stretch my arms to their fullest extension, this length, this beginning to an embrace, is a fathom. A fathom measures depth as a line cast into the sea slips through the stratum below. It ...
  • Pichocki, Jillian (2007-12-13)
    FIGHTING SPIRIT is the title of a thesis exhibition by Jillian Pichocki. It is a photographic series of large and mediumscale silver gelatin prints which focuses on the aging process of men engaged in the sport of boxing. ...
  • Ashworth, Ben
    This thesis examines the developing philosophy of practice behind my ongoing participatory public art project and MFA thesis festival FINDING A LINE, most recently exhibited September 4-13, 2015 at The Kennedy Center. ...
  • Wallace, Kevin P
    Fragmented Lens of War is a visual and poetic exploration of the trauma of war. Looking both below the surface of the ocean and the surface of my own mind, this thesis searches out invisible wounds and the resilience ...
  • Booth, Stephanie T. (2013-12-03)
    Why do many of us feel the need to connect to the past? Events that we did not experience will always partially be a mystery and our own memories are both fallible and malleable. Despite the fact that they are often ...
  • Navab, Nahideh (2014-10-07)
    In my MFA exhibition, November 2013, I’ve taken elements of politics and women’s issues into a visual portfolio. My two passions came together through the use of various complex hand print techniques and an installation, ...
  • Chaudhary, Asma (2013-12-03)
    This thesis serves as a literary catalogue, which documents the artistic process and critical insight into studio practice from the perspective of Asma Chaudhary, a Pakistani- American artist. It follows her journey ...

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