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Critical Issues in Graphic By DES 453
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Critical Issues book from DES 453 class at Eastern Kentucky University.
The Laurel Spur By Roland D. Mullins
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The Laurel Spur is about Appalachian family life, 1800s to present, filtered through the philosophy, psychology, political and religious viewpoint of Kentucky educator, corporate executive, and... More > politician Roland Mullins. It is an exploration of the land and the people who have shaped his life. It is an examination of a seventy year old family secret. It is a meditation on religion and a desire to know and to be. It is a soliloquy on thought and a search for higher meaning.< Less
The Laurel Spur By Roland D. Mullins
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The Laurel Spur is about Appalachian family life, 1800s to present, filtered through the philosophy, psychology, political and religious viewpoint of Kentucky educator, corporate executive, and... More > politician Roland Mullins. It is an exploration of the land and the people who have shaped his life. It is an examination of a seventy year old family secret. It is a meditation on religion and a desire to know and to be. It is a soliloquy on thought and a search for higher meaning.< Less
The Boy Who Skipped By Jeff Adkins
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What seems like a series of unconnected anecdotes become the threads that bind together the story of three people, and one very unusual year at Col. Devitt Caudill Memorial High School. The Boy Who... More > Skipped tells three intertwined stories: Jeff Mason auditions for the school play as a favor to his older sister. He is a bright science geek, looking for his place in the universe as well as in the hallways of his school. Lynn Anderson is a gifted actress and cheerleader, seeking something to make her life meaningful in her new rural school far from the suburban life she had expected and the suburban life she feared. And young teacher Carol Caudill is determined to bring the beauty and power of theater to a town that would just as soon live without it...and heaven help anyone who stands in her way. The story is set in a small town in 1970’s Eastern Kentucky. Based on real events, it tells stories about how these three people and a group of young actors set out to do what everyone told them was impossible.< Less
The Boy Who Skipped By Jeff Adkins
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What seems like a series of unconnected anecdotes become the threads that bind together the story of three people, and one very unusual year at Col. Devitt Caudill Memorial High School. The Boy Who... More > Skipped tells three intertwined stories: Jeff Mason auditions for the school play as a favor to his older sister. He is a bright science geek, looking for his place in the universe as well as in the hallways of his school. Lynn Anderson is a gifted actress and cheerleader, seeking something to make her life meaningful in her new rural school far from the suburban life she had expected and the suburban life she feared. And young teacher Carol Caudill is determined to bring the beauty and power of theater to a town that would just as soon live without it...and heaven help anyone who stands in her way. The story is set in a small town in 1970’s Eastern Kentucky. Based on real events, it tells stories about how these three people and a group of young actors set out to do what everyone told them was impossible.< Less
The Boy Who Skipped By Jeff Adkins
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What seems like a series of unconnected anecdotes become the threads that bind together the story of three people, and one very unusual year at Col. Devitt Caudill Memorial High School. The Boy Who... More > Skipped tells three intertwined stories: Jeff Mason auditions for the school play as a favor to his older sister. He is a bright science geek, looking for his place in the universe as well as in the hallways of his school. Lynn Anderson is a gifted actress and cheerleader, seeking something to make her life meaningful in her new rural school far from the suburban life she had expected and the suburban life she feared. And young teacher Carol Caudill is determined to bring the beauty and power of theater to a town that would just as soon live without it...and heaven help anyone who stands in her way. The story is set in a small town in 1970’s Eastern Kentucky. Based on real events, it tells stories about how these three people and a group of young actors set out to do what everyone told them was impossible.< Less
More is More catalog By Shane Aday
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This catalog documents More is More, a national juried art exhibition hosted at the Lexington Art League in Kentucky during the summer of 2011. The exhibition was curated by Melissa Vandenberg,... More > Assistant Professor of Art at Eastern Kentucky University. The MiM catalog was designed by Shane Aday with Sodium Halogen Design.< Less
Generously Odd: Craft Now By Lexington Art League
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This unique exhibition at LAL @ Loudoun House focuses on contemporary craft objects that engagingly experiment with material, form and concept. Work explores abundant decoration, obsessive... More > techniques, and peculiar narratives or concepts. Travis S. Townsend, artist, woodworker and Lecturer of Art at Eastern Kentucky University, is the curator of this exhibition.< Less
Generously Odd: Craft Now By Lexington Art League
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This unique exhibition at LAL @ Loudoun House focuses on contemporary craft objects that engagingly experiment with material, form and concept. Work explores abundant decoration, obsessive... More > techniques, and peculiar narratives or concepts. Travis S. Townsend, artist, woodworker and Lecturer of Art at Eastern Kentucky University, is the curator of this exhibition.< Less

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