18新利网址下载地址|新利18luck.fiy

编辑

Skip to Search Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Skip to Footer Server Maintenance MOBIUS borrowing and lending services are temporarily suspended. Learn more. WashU Libraries Primary Menu Search this site Submit Library Hours My Account Search Tools Search This Site About Locations Services Research Support Special Collections Exhibitions News Events back to previous menu Competitions & Awards Neureuther Competition Newman Exploration Travel Fund Sato Research Award back to previous menu Employment Staff Employment Student Employment back to previous menu Advisory Groups Faculty Libraries Council National Council Student Advisory Group back to previous menu Leadership Leadership Advisory Groups back to previous menu Newsletters & Reports Newsletters & Reports Impact Report back to previous menu Policies Borrowing & Returns Collection Development Policy Confidentiality Policy Data Sharing & Curation Policy Fines & Fees Gifts-in-Kind Policy Interlibrary Loan Policies Olin Library Guidelines and Policies Open Scholarship Policies Posting and Digital Signage Policy Privacy Statement Research Studio Policy Special Collections Collection Development Policy Special Collections Research Guidelines Streaming Reserves Policy Technology Policies back to previous menu Support the Libraries Support the Libraries Donating to Special Collections Legacy of Books Wishlist back to previous menu About About the Libraries Ask Us Collaborate with the Libraries Competitions & Awards Employment Grants Projects Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access Leadership Library Hours Maps & Directions Newsletters & Reports Organization Chart Policies Reading Recommendations Staff Directory Strategic Priorities Support the Libraries back to previous menu John M. Olin Library John M. Olin Library Collection Locations Newman Exploration Center Olin Library Guidelines and Policies Olin Library Amenities and Technology Whispers Café back to previous menu Al and Ruth Kopolow (Business) Library Al and Ruth Kopolow (Business) Library Faculty Services and Resources back to previous menu East Asian Library East Asian Library East Asian Collections back to previous menu Locations Locations Overview John M. Olin Library Al and Ruth Kopolow (Business) Library Bernard Becker Medical Library Brown School Library East Asian Library Gaylord Music Library Kenneth and Nancy Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library Law Library West Campus Library back to previous menu Services Services Borrowing & Returns Course Reserves Fines & Fees Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction My Library Accounts Printing Proxy Borrowing Recommend a Purchase Study Rooms Technology Lending back to previous menu Government Publications Collections Government Publications Collections Atomic Energy Technical Reports Civil Rights Suite Congressional Papers & Publications Congressional Serial Set back to previous menu Tools and Guides Tools and Guides A-Z Database Guide ArchivesSpace Citation Resources Classic Catalog Digital Search Tools eJournals and eBooks Google Scholar Government Publications Collections Interlibrary Loan MOBIUS New Acquisitions Open Scholarship Quick Search Reference Sources Research Guides WorldCat back to previous menu Data Services Data Services Core Data Services Details Data Communities Data Instruction Data Services Spaces and Tools Data Services Tiers of Service back to previous menu Scholarly Communication & Digital Publishing Services Copyright Support Digital Publishing Support Institutional Repository Support Persistent Identifiers Publishing Support back to previous menu Subject Librarians Subject Librarians Subject Librarians, A-Z Subject Librarians, by Subject back to previous menu Research Support Research Support Overview Tools and Guides Data Services Digital Projects Library Instruction Preservation Remote Resources Scholarly Communication & Digital Publishing Services Special Collections Research & Access Subject Librarians back to previous menu Special Collections Special Collections Overview Special Collections Research & Access Digital Collections Dowd Illustration Research Archive East Asian Library Special Collections Film & Media Archive Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library Special Collections Local History Manuscript Collections Modern Literature Collection Music Special Collections Rare Book Collections University Archives back to previous menu Exhibitions Exhibitions Overview Current Exhibitions Digital Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Permanent Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions back to previous menu Search this site Submit back to previous menu Library Hours View hours for: Data Services AVAJohn M. Olin LibraryAl and Ruth Kopolow (Business) LibraryEast Asian LibraryGaylord Music LibraryKenneth and Nancy Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library Sun June 16 9:00am - 5:00pm Mon June 17 8:30am - 8:00pm Tue June 18 8:30am - 8:00pm Wed June 19 8:30am - 8:00pm Thu June 20 8:30am - 8:00pm Fri June 21 8:30am - 5:00pm Sat June 22 9:00am - 5:00pm Sun June 23 9:00am - 5:00pm Mon June 24 8:30am - 8:00pm Tue June 25 8:30am - 8:00pm Wed June 26 8:30am - 8:00pm Thu June 27 8:30am - 8:00pm Fri June 28 8:30am - 5:00pm Sat June 29 9:00am - 5:00pm Sun June 30 9:00am - 5:00pm Tools Access My Accounts Ask Us FAQs Hours Off-Campus Access Remote Resources Study Rooms Resource Search Library Hours My Account Back to All News Books and Authors Exhibits and Events What a Cube, a Drop, and a Wave Taught Me About Creativity, Communication, and Community facebook twitter By Bailey Willden April 03, 2024 “Is it possible to tell stories with figures and abstract forms? Can diagrams relate conflicts, meetings of minds or disagreements?” Those were the provocations that brought together genre-bending writer and visual artist Verónica Gerber Bicecci and a roomful of WashU and St. Louis community members to create a collaborative abstract comic, learning about the interface between image and idea along the way. Gerber Bicecci, who describes herself as “a visual artist who writes,” has exhibited her work internationally, and she has published several books, including Conjunto vacío, which was awarded the 3rd International Aura Estrada Literature Prize. Under Gerber Bicecci’s instruction, and buoyed by the nervous energy of excited novices, her book-making workshop was an inspiring and nourishing experience in at least three different ways. Workshop participants collaborated to create the abstract comic Drop cube wave. Authentic Interdisciplinarity This workshop was an interdisciplinary experience. This academic buzzword is sometimes buzzed so frequently that the vibrations make it blurry, make it lose its clarity or meaning. It took an artist like Gerber Bicecci to bring such a diverse group of people into the same room and bring the esoteric word down to earth (earth being, in this case, room 142 of Olin Library).  Many of the challenges we face in actually doing interdisciplinary work are language problems. Each discipline speaks a different language, and the more hyper-specific the lingo, the more a scholar is taken seriously in their own field while becoming increasingly unintelligible to everyone else. In the case of this workshop, we were dealing with dialectic crossed wires not only between disciplines but from the participants themselves. We were lucky to count in attendance several community members, including a vivacious bunch of high schoolers who sat with me in the back of the room (Gen Z slang is a linguistic anomaly of its own).  While we were invited to reflect on our own interests (academic or otherwise) as inspiration for our comic strips, Gerber Bicecci broke down language barriers in the workshop by reducing our complex web of signifiers down to three abstract characters. Our strips had to include a cube, a drop, and a wave. We were given only a few sheets of paper and some black paint to bring these “characters” to life. Suddenly, this group made up of community members, humanists, social scientists, and high schoolers was expressing itself in the same language and making a collaborative piece out of its seemingly disparate ideas. Rebecca Weingard, a PhD student of comparative literature, looked back on the experience, saying, “We were encouraged to reflect on our research interests and the relationship between them and to use this as inspiration for our comic. I found this type of exercise to be productive and generative, and particularly loved the collective nature of the workshop, as we were all working with the same three characters on our individual comic and were therefore able to see how other participants approached the prompt in such different ways.”  The creators: community members, humanists, social scientists, and high schoolers. Collaborative Process In my own work, I have constantly felt the pressure to be original, to come up with an insight or idea that did not exist before and get it out into the world with my name attached. So many of us hear this message: The work you accomplish on your own is the most valuable in the marketplace of ideas.  At another event during her visit, Gerber Bicecci discussed two of her published works, The Company and In the Eye of Bambi, both of which approach issues of originality. The Company is a rewriting of Amparo Dávila’s story “The Houseguest.” In the Eye of Bambi was directly inspired by the La Caixa collection of visual art from the White Chapel Museum. Many of her other works are similarly rewritten, reworked, composted, or collaged. They pay respect to the great minds around her and achieve a level of communal sensitivity that easily gets lost in the wild goose chase for originality and intellectual property. Gerber Bicecci made this workshop an artistically democratic space as well. She provided tools, established a narrative foundation, gave brief instruction, and overall created a communal space for ideas to flow freely. Then, she stepped back and let us create. Although the poster for the workshop has her name on it, the final product is signed by every one of the participants in our own handwriting.  Creative Response While I frequently approach the arts in my scholarship, I rarely have opportunities to get creative myself. The low stakes and the supportive and fun atmosphere of the workshop allowed me to access an artistic flow that I had seldom experienced before. I felt particularly inspired by the limited color palette and subject material available to us to create our comic strips. With only three forms and one color, I cut through a lot of the decision paralysis that often accompanies the start of a project and was able to complete a strip that I was proud of in less than two hours. What an achievement! As I reflect on this workshop, I am determined to find ways to keep the spark of this experience alive. Even when I am writing papers or emails instead of holding a paintbrush, how can I access this artistic flow and feel inspired by what I do? In my research and my teaching, can I create an environment that is dynamic and democratic, where ideas can be freely exchanged without being impeded by hierarchy or competition? Can I see limitations as opportunities for creativity? Maybe we all need to find ways to break down barriers to communication and instead let our artistry and collaborative spirit color all that we do. Bailey Willden is a PhD student in Hispanic studies in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and is also pursuing a certificate in women, gender and sexuality studies. Her research interests include the intersections between race, sexuality, and gender with notions of health and the body in contemporary Mexico and Mexican America. The article was originally published by the Center for the Humanities. Related Articles Books and Authors June 19, 2024 Books to Read for World Refugee Day View Article about Books to Read for World Refugee Day Books and Authors Rare Books June 14, 2024 Studying the Salacious View Article about Studying the Salacious Books and Authors June 04, 2024 Staff Pick: Living Resistance: An Indigenous Vision for Seeking Wholeness Every Day View Article about Staff Pick: Living Resistance: An Indigenous Vision for Seeking Wholeness Every Day For Students For Faculty For Staff For Visitors and Alumni Ask Us Staff Directory Make a Gift Intranet University Libraries MSC 1061-141-B Washington University in St. Louis One Brookings Dr. St. Louis, MO 63130 Instagram Facebook YouTube Vimeo © 2024 Washington University in St. Louis function fixLink() { if (window.Worker) { var worker = new Worker('https://libapps.wustl.edu/library/fixlink.js'); w.Onmessage= function(event) { var link = document.getElementById('menu-item-8958'); link.classList.add("menu-item--events"); }; } //var link = document.getElementById('menu-item-8958'); //link.classList.add("menu-item--events"); } //var delay = 1000; //setTimeout(fixLink, delay); -->

18luck新利娱乐在线 18新利体育luck官网 新利18怎么赚钱 海轮新凯利18
Copyright ©18新利网址下载地址|新利18luck.fiy The Paper All rights reserved.