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Assessing the media visibility of China's President Xi Jinping's first 3-year governance in The New York Times
This article assesses the media visibility, a composite measure of attention and prominence, of China's President Xi Jinping's first 3-year governance in The New York Times.
Museum Dilemma: Nazi-era Art Restitution
This paper was awarded a Nicholas and Anna Ricco Award for 2013. This paper discusses Nazi-era art restitution. The author examines the unique history of the World War II art plunder and the dilemma and issues that heirs and museums face.
Voertman's Student Competion (sic) Competition / The Race is On!
This poster was created by an art student for the annual 1984 Voertman Award Competition and Exhibition. The imagery depicted at the top of the poster is a large pencil turned into a race car. The colors are red, yellow and black.
Voertman Awards / Voertman Awards / Voertman Awards
This poster was created by an art student for the annual Voertman Award Competition and Exhibition.
This Spring's Harvest / The Voertman Awards / North Texas State University 1979
This poster created by an art student for the annual Voertman Award Competition and Exhibition depicts a tractor harvesting the year's crop. The colors are red, yellow, gray and black. The juror is listed on the poster as Ron Gleason, Director of the Tyler Museum of Art.
Our Best Shots
This poster was created by an art student for the annual Voertman Award Competition and Exhibition. The juror for the competition was Linda Cathcart. Depicted are soldiers and their weapons are a pencil, paintbrush and a crayon.
Voertman Awards / Call for Entries
This poster was created by an art student for the 1983 Voertman Award Competition and Exhibition. Depicted near the bottom of the poster is a palette and paintbrush displayed as though a fine dish of food. The stylized design is in blue and pink.
Voertman Awards
This poster was created by an art student for the annual Voertman Award Competition and Exhibition held in 1982. The juror is listed as Ric Collier, the Director of the Corpus Christi Art Museum.
Business, soft power, and whitewashing: Three themes in the US media coverage of “The Great Wall” film
This article uses a grounded theory approach to identify three major themes--business, soft power, and whitewashing--in the US media coverage of "The Great Wall" film.
Internet Use in Latin America
This paper explores the development of Internet use in Latin America by exploring the macro- and micro-social expectations and actualities of Internet use.
[The Royal Hotel]
Photograph of the Royal Hotel sign on a street in England. In the foreground, the street lined with houses is visible. Men and women walk on the sidewalk. The hotel sign is visible in the right foreground sticking out from a building. It is a sign for the Royal Hotel Garage.
[Old City Wall]
Photograph of an old city wall in Ireland. A new wall in the foreground abuts the old wall. The old wall contains stonework ornamentation in the form a castle. There is an archway below the castle. More modern buildings are visible in the background through the arch.
[St. Patrick's Rock Diagram]
Photograph of a diagram of St. Patrick's Rock in Cashel, Ireland. The diagram is printed on tiles and distinguishes the building structures by century built. The tiles and the stone background fill the frame.
[National Monument]
Photograph of the National Monument in Ireland. The heads of two people are visible in the bottom foreground. The people stand in front of the monument entrance. The entrance is formed out of a stone wall with the monument plaque on the right side. Two other people are visible within the structure visible through the entrance.
[Side View of Trevi Fountain]
Photograph of the Trevi Fountain as seen from the left side. The silhouette of a man is visible the foreground in front of the fountain. In the background, a building is visible with a glove shop.
[Coffee Shop]
Photograph of a coffee shop in Tokyo, Japan. The shop is visible in the foreground. Numerous signs and displays are visible outside of the shop.
[White Hart Hotel]
Photograph of the White Hart Hotel in St. Albans, England. The hotel is visible in the foreground between two buildings. A planter with flowers sticks out in the right foreground.
[Parade]
Photograph of a parade in Canterbury, England. In the foreground, men in uniforms walk down a street with their backs facing the camera. A timber framed building is visible on the right side of the street. The rows of uniformed men stretch into the background.
[Monument]
Photograph of the Monument to the Great Fire of London in London, England. The monument is visible in the background at the end of a narrow street lined with brick buildings and cars. Other buildings are visible behind the column.
[Street Performer]
Photograph of a street performer in London, England. The performer is visible in the foreground with his back turned towards the camera. The performer wears a cape and a hat with feathers. A large crowd is visible behind the performer. Buildings are visible in the background.
[Portico]
Photograph of the front portico at Luton Hoo in Luton, England. A gravel driveway is visible in the foreground in front of the portico. The portico is constructed of large marble columns.
[Bath, England]
Photograph of a flower bed commemorating the coronation in Bath, England. The flower bed is located in a park along the River Avon. In the foreground, three women stand around a large flower bed containing a crown made of flowers. A low wire fence surrounds the flower bed. Trees and buildings are visible in the background.
[Portico]
Photograph of the front portico at Luton Hoo in Luton, England. A gravel driveway is visible in front of the portico in the foreground. The portico is constructed of large marble columns.
[Place de Clichy]
Photograph of the Place de Clichy in Paris, France. The intersection is visible in the foreground. White buildings surround the intersection. Cars are parked in front of buildings.
[The Old Chesil Rectory]
Photograph of the Old Chesil Rectory in Canterbury, England. The rectory sits in center foreground with a street in front. Trees are visible behind the rectory. The rectory is an old timber framed building.
[Westminster Abbey]
Photograph of Westminster Abbey in London, England. A busy street full of cars is visible in the foreground in front of the abbey facade.
[Market Cross]
Photograph of Market Cross in Salisbury, England. A street lined with shops is visible in the foreground. The Market Cross is visible in the center of the street. People are visible walking amongst the shops and cross.
[John Stephen's Store]
Photograph of John Stephen's Store in London, England. The second story and up is visible in the foreground. The building is painted black and white.
[Round Church]
Photograph of a round church in Cambridge, England. Multiple people walk on a sidewalk in front of the church. The church sits behind a small gate with other church buildings visible in the background.
[Kyteler's Inn]
Photograph of Kyteler's Inn in Kilkenny, Ireland. In the foreground, a street is visible in front of the row of stone buildings. The inn is at the left end of the street. There is an antique shop on the right end. More buildings and power lines are visible in the background.
[Lucerne]
Photograph of a street in Lucerne, Switzerland. A red and white barrier is visible in the right foreground. A child on a tricycle is visible next to the barrier on the street. A man in white walks across the street. A row of shops is visible on the left side of the street. More buildings are visible in the background.
Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Marseille Moon
This response paper is for Dr. Jennifer Way's graduate art history seminar on 20th-21st century art. Students in Way's seminar attended 'Social Media and Digital Communities: A Roundtable Discussion,' a session featured at the Digital Frontiers 2012 conference. Way charged her students with writing a short paper to explore connections between the roundtable and their seminar studies. What follows is a short paper by graduate student, Marseille Moon.
[Couple at the Beach]
Photograph of a couple at the beach in Mexico. The couple is visible in the foreground on a hammock holding glass bottles. Other hammocks are visible behind the couple. The beach is visible in the background.
[Palazzo Davanzati]
Photograph of the Palazzo Davanzati in Florence, Italy. In the foreground, multiple cars are parked in front of a row of buildings. The palace sits in the center background flanked by other shorter buildings. The palace was erected in the fourteenth century.
[Empty Street]
Photograph of an empty street in Florence, Italy. A motor bike and a parking sign are visible in the foreground. Behind the motor bike, a narrow street stretches into the background with a line of cars parked on the right side.
[Winchester Street]
Photograph of a street in Winchester, England. Street is lined with shops and people walking. Other buildings are visible in the background.
[Winchester Gate]
Photograph of an old city wall in Winchester, England. A street runs up to the wall and through the large portal. The portal leads to the cathedral area.
Dancing Between the Hunt and the Hearth
The large vertical painting consists of a nearly black ground with words and numbers in a light colors. Along the bottom edge is a highly textured surface with the words, beauty and duty, repeated across the bottom edge. Arrows and calculations appear across the dark field. In the upper right is a gold square and some gold splashes of color and texture.
[Poster for a Lecture by Dr. David Darts]
Poster for a lecture presented by Dr. David Darts titled "The Makers of Things: Art Education and Freedom in the Digital Age of Digital DIY" which was the 4th annual D. Jack Davis Endowed Lecture in Arts Education. The poster includes a photograph of Darts with children at a playground as well as details about the lecture, held at UNT on the Square on Wednesday March 9, 2011, and logos for UNT and the College of Visual Arts + Design.
[Poster for The Politics of Taste Symposium]
Poster advertising a symposium titled "The Politics of Taste in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Latin America" held at Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas, September 17, 2010. The poster includes an illustration of a colonial-era gentleman and a map of Central and South America. Text on the right side of the poster describes the topic of the symposium, lists the speakers, and gives details about the time and location.
[Recording of Lecture by Dr. David Darts]
Recording of a lecture presented by Dr. David Darts titled "The Makers of Things: Art Education and Freedom in the Digital Age of Digital DIY" at UNT on the Square in Denton, Texas as the 4th annual D. Jack Davis Endowed Lecture in Arts Education.
Wanted: Dead or Alive, 1.000.000. $
Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting an image of a man wearing dark glasses. Above his face is the word, WANTED, and beneath, the words, Dead or Alive 1.000.000. $
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This portion of the exhibition consists of a large vertical painting with a dark ground.
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This portion of the installation includes a figure pierced with arrows and knives. The artist refers to him as the "wound" man. In the foreground, are two leg splints with suspended latex tubing.
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This portion of the installation includes a frame in the shape of a satellite dish from which hangs many paper tags. The satellite dish shape is attached to a three tier stool. Behind the dish shape is chain-link fence type material.
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The paper tags that hang from the large dish structure are seen in close detail in this view.
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The detail view shown here is an armature or a trampoline form folded in half and suspended from the ceiling.
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This detail view of the installation shows a small trampoline suspended from the ceiling. Strapped to the trampoline is a pillow. A tall structure holds a see-saw with a chair on each end. Behind this grouping is a chain link fence drawing on the wall.
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This view of the installation includes a small room in which a vanity with two chairs has a crown painted on the wall above. Words, directions, are written on the wall for the performers to the right of the vanity table.
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth
Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This view shows a detail of the vanity table, its light bulbs, three chairs and the text, scripts for the performers, on the wall.