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  • The Typist | Department of Art & Art History
    Video Duration 7 51 min Buzzfeed article About A gay Korean War Vet reflects on his time as the office clerk tasked with writing the discharges of outed gay seamen Awards Festivals and Screenings Nominated Best Short Documentary Toronto International Film and Video Awards 2015 Frameline 2015 San Francisco DocFest 2015 Seattle International Film Festival 2015 Hot Docs International Film Festival 2015 Cleveland International Film Festival 2015 About the Creators

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/typist (2015-06-03)
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  • Funny Work | Department of Art & Art History
    New Venues in 2015 Funny Work 16mm black and white film Kristine Stolakis Graduate Documentary Film and Video December 2013 Video Duration 4 43 min About A portrait of two San Francisco based comedians beginning their careers in making people laugh Awards Festivals and Screenings New Filmmakers New York 2014 About the Creators Kristine Stolakis Student Documentary Film and Video About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/funny-work (2015-06-03)
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  • The Sound Inside | Department of Art & Art History
    Inside hd video Tyler Trumbo Graduate Documentary Film and Video June 2014 Video Duration 7 07 min About An experiential look into the lives of individuals with hearing loss and the challenges they face to stay connected to the world they have always known Awards Festivals and Screenings Nantucket Film Festival 2015 Virginia Film Festival 2014 About the Creators Tyler Trumbo Student Documentary Film and Video About Department Overview People

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/sound-inside (2015-06-03)
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  • The Columbarium | Department of Art & Art History
    About As the sole caretaker of over 80 000 deceased at the San Francisco Columbarium Emmitt Watson can t help but see life in the midst of death Awards Festivals and Screenings San Francisco Black Film Festival 2015 Slamdance Film Festival 2015 Cinequest Film Festival 2015 Sheffield Doc Fest 2015 San Francisco Docfest 2015 Sarasota Film Festival 2015 Florida Film Festival 2015 Indie Grits Festival 2015 NextFrame Student Film Festival

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/columbarium (2015-06-03)
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  • Honors in Art History & Film and Media Studies | Department of Art & Art History
    13 2015 Introduction Conclusion biliography due approximately 10 pages April 3 2015 Final thesis due 50 60 pages fifth week of Spring Quarter May 1 2015 Admission to the Program Who can apply Art History and Film and Media Studies welcomes students excited to pursue advanced research and writing in the field We encourage students to apply for Honors and to experience the challenge and reward of generating new thinking in a discipline Our faculty and Administrative and Library staff are available to assist you at each stage as you develop a research problem and complete the Honors thesis Why should I apply The completion of an Honors thesis serves not only as a rewarding capstone to the undergraduate career but also gives you a chance to hone advanced research writing and problem solving skills skills valuable to any professional position It provides the opportunity moreover to develop your ideas in conversation with researchers at the top of their field to develop strong valuable relationships with Stanford faculty Do I need a certain GPA to apply Admission to the Honors Program requires an overall GPA of 3 5 cumulative and 3 5 in Art History or Film Media Studies coursework Students will need to have completed at least five Art History or Film Media Studies courses at Stanford by the end of their junior year four must be completed by the end of Winter Quarter With the adviser s approval two of these courses may be taken at an overseas campus or Stanford in Washington How and when do I choose a Thesis Adviser Students interested in pursuing Honors should meet with a potential thesis adviser on the Art History or Film Media Studies faculty during the Autumn Quarter of their junior year Thesis advisers must be in residence during Autumn Quarter of the student s senior year and it is recommended that they be in residence throughout the student s senior year Is there anyone else I need to talk to if I want to pursue Honors Students considering Honors should contact the Director of the Program in their junior year The sooner the better as this will allow for more guidance with the project By February 1 junior year students will also need to submit an Intent Form signed by the thesis adviser to Art History or Film and Media Studies Submission of the Thesis Proposal Package What do I need to submit in order to be considered for Honors After submitting an Intent Form candidates to the Honors program must submit a five page double spaced Thesis Proposal including bibliography and illustrations In addition to the Thesis Proposal candidates will need to submit a completed essay that demonstrates the student s ability to conceptualize and write cogently about a topic in Art History or Film Media Studies This essay need not be on the topic of the Honors thesis This Thesis Proposal Package must be submitted to the undergraduate coordinator by the third week of Spring Quarter

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/academics/undergraduate-program/honors-program/honors-art-history-film-and-media-studies (2015-06-03)
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  • Honors in Art Practice | Department of Art & Art History
    Programs Academic Opportunities Honors in Art Practice Program Overview The Department of Art Art History honors program is open to Art Practice Majors The purpose of the honors thesis exhibition is to extend and deepen artwork students have done in Art Practice classes The thesis exhibition is not an exploration of an area that the student has never studied before The topic should have focus and clear parameters It is expected that students have a solid background in their field of study prior to applying to the honors program Exposure to a wide range of courses and familiarity with faculty will benefit you in this process Prerequisites Meet the GPA requirement of 3 5 cumulative and 3 5 in Art Practice coursework Discuss their project and receive approval from a faculty member as honors adviser Complete at least five Art Practice courses at Stanford by the end of their junior year Four must be completed by the end of winter quarter junior year Getting Started Submit an intent form with a faculty adviser s signature by May 8th Work with the faculty adviser and graduate mentor to develop a proposal Submit the artwork samples artwork description honors thesis exhibition project proposal and proposed study plan to the Undergraduate Coordinator by Friday May 18th 2015 Honors Program Requirements Enroll in ARTSTUDI 297 Honors Thesis Exhibtion Course three quarters Solo exhibition on campus with accompanying thesis paper 3 5 pages in length Participation in Open Studios every quarter while in the Honors Program Appy for a grant or exhbition outside of Stanford with your advisor s guidance Attend Art Practice Visiting Lecture Series events Important Dates for 2014 2015 Junior Year MILESTONE DEADLINE DATE Intent Form Due May 8 2015 Honors Thesis Exhibition Proposal Artwork and Study Plan Due May 15 2015

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/academics/undergraduate-program/honors-program/honors-art-practice (2015-06-03)
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  • Honors Program Past Projects | Department of Art & Art History
    Art as Political Engagement A Feminist Analysis of the Works of Nancy Spero and Ambreen Butt 2012 13 Annie Dauber Art History Costuming the Modern Body for the Ballets Russes An analysis of costumes in Parade 1917 and Les Noces 1923 2010 11 Alex Fialho Art History Painting pleasures queer voices in Glenn Ligon s earliest text paintings and beyond Sarah Grandin Art History Chardin s tables painting the substrate of eighteenth century Paris Jamie Kwan Art History Imaging childhood children in genre painting in seventeenth century Holland and eighteenth century France 2009 10 Elizabeth Grace Davis Art History An embodied eye phenomenology photography and the mosaics of Cappella Palatina 2008 09 Diana Bowers Art History The gentle art of advertising oneself James Abbott McNeill Whistler and the artistic persona Jett Fein Art History Picturing the end of Habsburg Spain Juna Carreno de Miranda and Luca Giordano and painting in the Court of Charles II 1665 1700 Luise Richter Film Media Studies Wonderful wonderful day the Western film musical in Post War America Ariella Tai Film Media Studies Der West a study of the East German Westerns 2007 08 Nisa Ari Art History Getting from Here to There the dissolution of geographic identity and the materialization of a new critical aesthetic in contemporary Turkish artwork at Platform Garaniti Contemporary Art Center Istabnbul Turkey Rachel Danford Art History Death and digestion the mouth of hell at Autun and what it meant to be eaten in Medieval Art Marian Lee Art History Looking into the mirror Pan Yuliang and the representation of the artist 2006 07 Alisa Chiles Art History Reason iron and the age the significance of Hector Guimard s organic rationalist architecture Mark Lieber Film Media Studies Responding to anti semitism through film terror management theory and its applicability to

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/academics/undergraduate-program/honors-program/honors-program-past-projects (2015-06-03)
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  • Josephine Taylor-Tobin | Department of Art & Art History
    Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Josephine Taylor Tobin Josephine Taylor Tobin About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions Information For Current Undergraduates

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/josephine-taylor-tobin (2015-06-03)
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