Art Archive

Commissioner’s Choice Award – Carolyn Henne, Florida State University – Art and Science Collaboration with Oysters

This is Best of Week on The Academic Minute: For the Commissioner’s Choice Award: Carolyn Henne,

Heather Houser, University of Texas at Austin – Infowhelm

Listening to the news can be overwhelming at times. Heather Houser, associate professor of English at

Mark Canada, Indiana University Kokomo – Poe In His Right Mind

Are highly creative people more prone to madness? Mark Canada, professor of English at Indiana University

Carolyn Henne, Florida State University – Art and Science Collaboration with Oysters

When art and science meet, good things can happen. Carolyn Henne, professor in the department of

Joshua H. Adams, SUNY Oswego – Disaster-Themed Media

On SUNY Oswego Week:  Real life disasters can habits at the box office. Joshua H. Adams,

Myra Greene, Spelman College – Representations of Race and Our Understanding of Color

On Spelman College Week: How we perceive colors can have a big impact. Myra Greene, professor

Mark Canada, Indiana University Kokomo – Poe In His Right Mind

Are highly creative people more prone to madness? Mark Canada, professor of English at Indiana University

Nisha Gupta, University of West Georgia – Art and Social Advocacy

On University of West Georgia Week: How can women reclaim their power after trauma? Nisha Gupta,

David Resha, Emory University – Documentary Filmmaking

On Oxford College of Emory University Week: Handheld videos are the norm in today’s society. David

Terry Gipson, SUNY New Paltz – How Art Can Help Us Improve Our Communication Skills

Can art help you improve your communication skills? Terry Gipson, lecturer in the department of communications