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Report : Sculpture Workshop

Report : Sculpture Workshop

As a summary of this semester, I would like to point out that each piece broke new technical ground for me, as well as attempting new approaches to the work process and intention... I fo[r]

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Report : Sculpture Workshop

Report : Sculpture Workshop

The image cannot be executed on conception, as careful consideration must be given to the materials, methods and forma to be employed in the work, therefore the most appropiate way must [r]

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Report from Sculpture Workshop

Report from Sculpture Workshop

The limitations I placed in restricting the sculptures to basically geometric forms and the uniformity of scale and surface, allowed me to concentrate on the pertinent principles and pro[r]

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Report from Sculpture Workshop

Report from Sculpture Workshop

As plaster readily absorbs the water whereas the wax retains the water, by placing my ice cap forms on the surface of the wax and plaster dish, with some of the melting water retained in[r]

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Report from  Photomedia Workshop

Report from Photomedia Workshop

2 3 November 1998 - 12 February 1999 Web Designer Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Canberra, Australia February - November 1998 Graphic Editor Curio Journal University of Canberra [r]

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Report from Photomedia Workshop

Report from Photomedia Workshop

This process From my criteria which included: gender included experiments with the scale of the words and ambiguity; images which I felt referenced film and images and with layering the [r]

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Report from Printmaking Workshop

Report from Printmaking Workshop

First, it was a two plate colour etching, but I wanted to have another focus in my image, so I added the small blue and red plates later... Large Work 3 Etching Three Plates Colour 50 X [r]

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Report from Ceramics Workshop

Report from Ceramics Workshop

Like the Czech artist Jindra Vikova's ceramic sculptures which "...imply narration but defy simple interpretation", so to do my simple clay rock forms tell a story which can have an ambi[r]

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Report from Printmaking Workshop

Report from Printmaking Workshop

The work I intend to do this year follows and explores the theme of identity and my own personal connections with land, landscape painting and what I call landgathering.. Landgathering b[r]

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Report from Wood Workshop

Report from Wood Workshop

The focus of my research paper will first be on the design work of Charlotte Perriand and Eileen Gray and their contribution to the development of modernist design in furniture.. The ove[r]

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What is Serendipity? - A Workshop Report

What is Serendipity? - A Workshop Report

On 16 th June 2010, a workshop took place at Dundee Contemporary Arts with the aim of gaining an initial understanding of the nature of serendipity. This workshop involved 3 groups of interdisciplinary researchers and academics generating examples from their work or everyday lives that they deemed to be serendipitous. These examples, along with any patterns identified, were then discussed with the larger group. It was proposed that serendipitous events are unexpected, with the specific serendipitous outcomes unintended. It was also proposed that serendipitous outcomes are clear and positive, always resulting in a ‘change in the head’ (and sometimes in a ‘change in the world’). It was also suggested that while some serendipitous connections might be recognised immediately, others might only be recognised after some time, or might not be recognised at all.
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Report from Woodwork Workshop

Report from Woodwork Workshop

Fluid, part of the installation '1+1=8', Hoop Pine, 2001 The Fish Lounge, Spotted Gum, 1999 none Detail of Stream, Hoop Pine, 1999 Detail of Stream, Hoop Pine, 1999 An example of a rack [r]

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What is Serendipity? - A Workshop Report

What is Serendipity? - A Workshop Report

Permanent repository link: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/13510/ Link to published version: Copyright and reuse: City Research Online aims to make research outputs of City, University of L[r]

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The Sculpture

The Sculpture

The sides of the face are noticeably vertical in shape, witlhout rounded contours, so that the head has a columnar appearance. The finely carved ear with its com[r]

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The Sculpture

The Sculpture

arrangement may have been similar to that which occurs on a monument in the National Museum of Athens,' except that there the relative positions of the figures are[r]

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Environmental Disasters Data Management Workshop Report, Coastal Response Research Center

Environmental Disasters Data Management Workshop Report, Coastal Response Research Center

Coastal Response Research Center, "Environmental Disasters Data Management Workshop Report" (2015).. Environmental Disasters Data Management Workshop (EDDM)..[r]

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Report on the Workshop held at the University of Leeds on 6
November organised on behalf of the Transport Sub-Committee of the Environment Committee of the Science and Engineering Research Council

Report on the Workshop held at the University of Leeds on 6 November organised on behalf of the Transport Sub-Committee of the Environment Committee of the Science and Engineering Research Council

Kirby, H.R. (1988) Report on the Workshop held at the University of Leeds on 6 November organised on behalf of the Transport Sub-Committee of the Environment Committee of the Science and Engineering Research Council. Working Paper. Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds , Leeds, UK.

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Workshop on Nanotechnology Infrastructure: Final Report

Workshop on Nanotechnology Infrastructure: Final Report

Nanotechnology  is  generating  entirely  new  scientific  and  technological  opportunities  that  offer  revolutionary solutions to major problems of society including energy, health, environment, climate, and  economic  development.    The  robust  advancement  of  research  and  development  for  Nanotechnology  within  the  United  States  will  require  the  support  of  a  state‐of‐the‐art  physical  infrastructure  that  is  widely accessible.  For the past decade, the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) has  served  as  a  major  and  enabling  factor  for  extremely‐successful  development.    As  the  NNIN  moves  toward  the  end  of  its  designated  program  term  and  as  nanotechnology  progresses  toward  the  new  Nanoscale systems, an important issue is:  what capabilities should NSF generate and nurture in order to  provide  the important and critical  needs for continued development of Nanotechnology?   Accordingly  NSF has supported a workshop of recognized national experts to evaluate the needs of, and appropriate  future  investments  in,  a  national  infrastructure  for  nanotechnology.    The  workshop  was  held  in  Arlington,  VA on April 3‐4,  2012  with 22  participants  representing  a  wide  range of  stakeholders.    The  participants  examined  the  opportunities  provided  by  a  nanotechnology  infrastructure  as  well  as  the  needs  of  the  scientific  and  technological  communities  for  realization  of  these  opportunities.    On  this  basis, the workshop participants urge the formation of a new infrastructure network.  As envisioned, the  infrastructure network will build on the fundamental fabrication tools that have been developed by the  electronics industry, including lithographic patterning.  However the infrastructure will be distinguished  from the current NNIN by incorporating the following major elements, to offer a much broadened scope  and user‐base: 
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Report on an international workshop on kangaroo mother care: lessons learned and a vision for the future

Report on an international workshop on kangaroo mother care: lessons learned and a vision for the future

The objective of the workshop reported on in this paper was to gather and discuss experiences of KMC programmes at different levels of health systems and to provide ideas for future improvements. The programme included round tables, group work and plenaries on the following: barriers to and enablers of KMC; key factors for effective implemen- tation and uptake; planning for national programmes; re- sources and the cost of progress; training; ensuring quality; monitoring and evaluation; and key priorities for invest- ment. In each workshop session, an appointed secretary took notes and wrote a summary, in collaboration with an appointed coordinator. Summaries were discussed and modified as needed during plenary sessions. These data sets formed the basis for this paper reporting on the outcomes of the deliberations on the key themes highlighted in the different working groups.
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Report from Ceramics Workshop

Report from Ceramics Workshop

Prepare numerous test pieces from • White hand building clay • White raku clay Red raku clay U Apply with natural terra sigillata from Malaysian clay • Apply with natural Malaysian clay [r]

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