Date of Award
Level of Access
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
The following thesis explores dialogue and creative exchange as artistic practice. Through community-based work rooted in participation and collaboration, art emboldens and empowers practitioners of the everyday experience that informs who we are and how we communicate. This work has been informed by our current societal crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic. A time where our lives have become as virtual as they are rooted in face to face interaction. Though we as a global community face monumental uncertainty, significant obstacles to overcome and the experience of loss that has impacted so many aspects of our lives, we are also presented with the opportunity to imagine and redefine what life will be moving beyond this experience. Here, in these spaces, is where the strength and courage of artistic practice may realize its potential on behalf of change.
Martin, Anna, "Quotidian Spaces: Sustaining Creative Exchange and Dialogue Through Lived Time" (2020). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3312.
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