Graduate Exhibition Showcase

2015-2016

Graduate Exhibition Showcase

April 25 to May 8

Highlights from the Graduate Exhibition featuring Participants from the College of Arts & Architecture

Winners from Arts & Architecture:

Research Poster Option: Arts & Humanities

First Place

  • Cansu Tari. The College of Arts and Architecture/ARCHITECTURE. "FRAMING A TURKISH CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT SYSTEM"

Second Place

  • Richard Desinord. The College of Arts and Architecture/MUSIC. "Active Stasis: Repetition, Allusion, and The Façade of Discontinuity In Stravinsky’s Histoire du soldat (1918)"
  • Dhaval Chheda. The College of Arts and Architecture/ARCHITECTURE. "Developing earthquake resilient structures, using recycled polyester fabrics, to provide low cost housing for the region of Kutch, in Western India."

Third Place

  • Shivaram Punathambekar. The College of Arts and Architecture/ARCHITECTURE. "ARCHITECTS ANONYMOUS: Developing a user-friendly, participatory, open-source platform to generate region-specific climatic building design strategies for the ‘anonymous architect’"

Performance Option

First Place

  • Carrie Greer. The College of Arts and Architecture/THEATRE. "“Depuis le Jour” from Louise and “The Audience Song”"

Second Place

  • Yin Yu. The College of Arts and Architecture/PIANO PEDAGOGY AND PERFORMANCE. "Das Jahr (The Year) and A Calendar Set"

Third Place

  • David Phillips. The College of Arts and Architecture/PERFORMANCE. "Trio Con Brio – Ronald Villabona Valbuena, violin; David Phillips, viola; Pai Liu, cello; Serenade in C Major, Op. 10"

Visual Arts Option

First Place

  • Lindsey Landfried. The College of Arts and Architecture/ART. "Drawing Machines"

Second Place

  • Stephanie Seguin. The College of Arts and Architecture/ART. "Interconnections"

Third Place

  • Hani Kim. The College of Arts and Architecture/ART. "Epilogue"

Data Visualization Award, Offered by the University Libraries’ Data Learning Center

  • Richard Desinord. The College of Arts and Architecture/MUSIC. "Active Stasis: Repetition, Allusion, and The Façade of Discontinuity In Stravinsky’s Histoire du soldat (1918)"