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    • AlterPieces: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Williams, Amy (2014-05)
      Focusing on the intertwining themes of fantasy, identity, and value, this thesis uses jewelry to explore the role of the alter ego. Participants were invited to share stories and descriptions of alternate identities arising ...
    • Connect: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Drexel, Anna (2015-05)
      "This work explores feelings of intimacy and vulnerability through device­like objects that explore varying degrees of intense physical contact. With the act of contact comes the risk of collision, and with collision ...
    • Diplopia: MFA Thesis - Metals 

      Grabher, Lena Christina (2015-05)
      Visible and mobile, my body is a thing among things; it is one of them. It is caught in the fabric of the world, and its cohesion is that of a thing. But because it sees and moves itself, it holds things in a circle ...
    • A hollow hold: MFA Thesis - Metal    

      Lewis, Elizabeth (2019-05)
      A Hollow Hold is a collection of necklaces and objects that point to sites on the body to interpret the impossibilities of telling. Cradling stolen moments of breath and bearing the weight of memory, each piece refers to ...
    • How Small Pieces Become: MFA Thesis- Metal 

      Martin, Lydia (2017-05)
      Within this body of work entitled how small pieces become, I ask my audience to experience with me objects of adornment that are subtle and meaningful by means of traditional making processes. how small pieces become is ...
    • In this era of big data those things we do not notice: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Wan, Kehan (Yoky) (2020-05)
      We live in an information-overloaded era. We are trapped and enslaved, while at the same time perceiving this as convenient. The overload of data exists with both advantages and disadvantages. We are able to get to know ...
    • Marks of time: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Santiago, Jolynn (2019-05)
      For a moment, reflect on the marks of time that are often disregarded or wiped away. Would you ever consider preserving the ring of dust that forms around objects, or collecting the residue that clings to your hands after ...
    • Souvenir: Capturing the Essence and Experience of Place: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      O'Neill, Michael Owen (2014-05)
      I am an artist, jeweler, and mapmaker of sorts. I craft three-dimensional, representations of particular locations using signs and symbols of my own design. I develop these abstract symbols from the information I gather ...
    • Trace collectors: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Eom, Min Jae (2020-05)
      Everything around us has been touched, used, cracked, broken – evidence that reveals an object’s existence ​and experience. I create simple surfaces and forms that when carried on the body, slowly gather traces of the ...
    • The Tribe: Talismans, Amulets, and Objects of Remembrance: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Holman, Steven Gordon (2014-05)
      Motif-laden and anecdotal, my current works are a series of artifacts from The Tribe. The Tribe was born out of the West Desert and contemporary hunting culture, its shaman the rabbit and its oracle the magpie. Tapping ...