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MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE THESIS 2013: Architecture + Design at the University of Massachusetts Amherst By Kathleen Lugosch
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The University of Massachusetts Architecture + Design Program provides an accessible, intellectually rigorous design education that firmly grounds students in the art and science of the built... More > environment. The interdisciplinary, collaborative program’s spirited, socially progressive and environmentally responsive design is reflected in the 2013 Master of Architecture Theses found in this publication. The University of Massachusetts Amherst, the flagship campus of the Massachusetts state system, New England’s first and only public architecture program, offers the only NAAB accredited Master of Architecture degree at a public institution in New England.< Less
Replacing Religion By Suzanne Martell
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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth BFA Photography 2010 Photography Thesis Project
Replacing Religion By Suzanne Martell
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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth BFA Photography 2010 Photography Thesis Project
Call and Response By Diana Simard et al.
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Call and Response is a style of singing in which a melody sung by one singer is echoed by another., often in direct commentary. The purpose of this project is to catalyze this kind of an exchange... More > between contemporary artists and writers. Each artist responds to a written work and each writer responds to a work of art. This book was published on the occasion of the fine art exhibition "Call and Response" at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. "Call and Response" was curated by Diana Simard. Over a dozen artists and writers working in poetry, fiction, painting, drawing, sculpture, film and installation participated. Included in this project are works from Josiah Cuneo, Marcus DeMaio, Noah Eli Gordon, Stephen Lindow, Amanda Nadelberg, Rachel Ouillette, Lauren Pakradooni, Alex Phillips, Daniel Presnell, Jason Daniel Schwartz, Victor Signore, Harry Swartz–Turfle, Sara Veglahn, Joshua Vrysen, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, and Angela Zammarelli.< Less
Call and Response By Diana Simard et al.
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Call and Response is a style of singing in which a melody sung by one singer is echoed by another., often in direct commentary. The purpose of this project is to catalyze this kind of an exchange... More > between contemporary artists and writers. Each artist responds to a written work and each writer responds to a work of art. This book was published on the occasion of the fine art exhibition "Call and Response" at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. "Call and Response" was curated by Diana Simard. Over a dozen artists and writers working in poetry, fiction, painting, drawing, sculpture, film and installation participated. Included in this project are works from Josiah Cuneo, Marcus DeMaio, Noah Eli Gordon, Stephen Lindow, Amanda Nadelberg, Rachel Ouillette, Lauren Pakradooni, Alex Phillips, Daniel Presnell, Jason Daniel Schwartz, Victor Signore, Harry Swartz–Turfle, Sara Veglahn, Joshua Vrysen, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, and Angela Zammarelli.< Less
The Border Crossed Us By The Institute For Infinitely Small Things
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From April 20 to May 1, 2011, Institute for Infinitely Small Things divided the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus using a full-scale photographic reproduction of a section of the US-Mexico... More > border fence. This art installation used images of a section of a new vehicle border, installed in 2008, that divides the land of the Tohono O'odham, an indigenous tribe that has lived in the land long before the existence of the US, Mexico, the Gadsden Purchase, or Homeland Security. The fence sunders the community, disrupts ceremonial paths, desecrates sacred burial grounds and prevents members from receiving critical health services. Entitled 'The Border Crossed Us,' the Institute's project was a multi-faceted project that used the installation as a means to engage the campus of Umass Amherst and people whose lives have been affected by the fence. This book, with over 40 full-color pages of maps, photographs, and text, documents both the background of the project and its life on the campus of Umass Amherst.< Less
A GEOTECHNICAL RELIABILITY BASED METHOD FOR OFFSHORE WIND FARM AND MONOPILE FOUNDATION DESIGN By Jonathan Lewis
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This report was written as part of a Masters of Science degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Bringhurst Made Visible By Typography III UMass Dartmouth
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A typography class at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth explores principals of Robert Bringhurst's book The Elements of Typographic Style.
Bringhurst Made Visible By Typography III UMass Dartmouth
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A typography class at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth explores principals of Robert Bringhurst's book The Elements of Typographic Style.
The Sallie and Stacy Saunders Story By Susan Chapman Melanson
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Sallie Harding Saunders and her husband, Stacy Saunders, were pioneers in many ways. Sallie and Stacy eloped in 1909 and the life they created is the story presented here. They taught school in... More > Puerto Rico. Sallie became a medical doctor and eventually the Director of Maternal and Child Care in Massachusetts. She was responsible for innovations and legislation to provide care for premature infants. Stacy lost his eyesight yet graduated from law school and began working on cases for Harvard University. After seventeen years of being blind a miraculous surgery restored his eyesight. The history of Sallie and Stacy intertwines with the towns of Medway, Hopedale and Winthrop, MA. The reader will find personalized accounts of hurricanes; notations about Winthrop’s narrow gauge railroad; descriptions of the boat building business their son-in-law and grandson became involved with; and remembrances of the 1960 Electra plane crash as well as the special places they called home.< Less