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Department of Art

Conference /Papers/Lectures

Bole, Mary Jo. ―Bole‘s work, influences‖ University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Buckley, Carmel. "Part Object/Part Sculpture.‖ Wexner Center, Columbus, OH

Crockett, Alan. Wexner Center for the Arts:‖Art and Ideas‖, Gallery talk for ―Landscape
Confection‖ Exhibition

Derr, Robert Ladislas. ―Interactive Futures: Technology in the Life World: Digital
Nomadism.‖ Panelist. Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival, Victoria, BC, Canada

Derr, Robert Ladislas. ―Artist Info/Expo, Artist Practices Panelist.‖ Ohio Art League,
Columbus, OH

Derr, Robert Ladislas. ―Refocusing the Image within Photography & New Media Arts.‖
Panelist, Foundations in Art: Theory & Education Conference, hosted by Columbus
College of Art, Columbus, OH

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Guest Artist Lecturer, Youngstown State University, Youngstown,
OH

Hamilton, Ann. Keynote Speaker. International Artists Summit. Kyoto University of Art
and Design, Kyoto, Japan

Hamilton, Ann. Site Lecture and Tour with Michael and Emmet Mercil. Teardrop Park,
Battery Park City, New York, NY.

Hamilton, Ann. Visiting Lecture. Harvard University. Graduate School of Design,
Cambridge, MA

Hamilton, Ann. Annual Endowed Lecture. Reed College, Portland, OR

Hamilton, Ann. Visiting Lecture. Oregon Sate University, Corvallis, OR.

Hamilton, Ann. Visiting Lecture. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CN

Mercil, Michael. ―Part Object/Part Sculpture.‖ Panel moderator at Wexner Center for the
Arts Exhibition Symposium. Columbus, OH.
Mercil, Michael. ―In Place and in Time: Shaping Teardrop Park.‖ Lecture/Tour with Ann
Hamilton for Battery Park City Parks Conservancy. New York, NY.

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Augmented Interfaces. Banquet Communication in Evolution.‖ Media
Arts Madrid at the Conde Duque Cultural Centre, Madrid, Spain.

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Artificial Life, Intelligence and Symbiosis.‖, Central Michigan
University, Mount Pleasant, MI

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Twenty Years of Art Robotics.‖ Museo De Arte De Caldas, Manizales,
Columbia.

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Robotic Arts Workshop.‖ Media Arts Classroom at the Museo De Arte
De Caldas, Manizales, Columbia.

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Interactive Bioart.‖ Institute Franco-Portuguese, Lisbon Portugal.

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Emergent Systems‖ Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA.

Soave, Sergio. Guest Artist Lecture. Marshall University, Huntington, WV.

Soave, Sergio. Guest Artist Lecture. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Youngs, Amy. ―Time Traveling the Dimensions and Traversing Uncomfortable Terrain.‖
Foundations, Art: Theory and Education (FATE) Conference, Columbus, OH.

Youngs, Amy. ―Strategic Dysfunction: Parables of Fabrication.‖ Artist Lecture, Tweed
Museum, Duluth, MN

Youngs, Amy. Visiting Artist Lecture. Museo De Arte De Caldas, Manizales, Colombia.

Youngs, Amy. ―Artifice, Guilt and Transformation in the Exhibition Landscape
Confection.‖ Lecture presented at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH

Youngs, Amy. Visiting Artist Lecture. Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA.

Youngs, Amy. ―Who‘s in Your Genes? Artistic, bioethical and scientific positions.‖
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH

Artwork

Bole, Mary Jo. A Matter of Place. Pomerence Center for the Arts, Coshocton, OH (3-
Person Exhibition)

Bole, Mary Jo. A Tale to Tell. John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI (Group
Exhibition)
Bole, Mary Jo. Dear Little Twist of Fate. Aronoff Center, Weston Art Gallery,
Cincinnati, OH (Solo Exhibition)

Bole, Mary Jo. Animal Instinct. Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD

Buckley, Carmel. Stuff of Substance. Newcastle Upon Tyne University, England.
Sculpture

Cochran, Malcolm. Private Passage. Public artwork commissioned by the Hudson River
Park Trust, for Clinton Cove Park, West 55th and West Streets. New York, NY.
Steel with zinc and bronze thermal coating and patina; stainless steel, glass, interior and
exterior lighting; 30' l. x 8'-6"dia. Clinton Cove Park and the project were dedicated on
May 23, 2005.

Cochran, Malcolm. Tête-à-Tête Falls, Goodale Park Lake, Columbus OH.
Commission sponsors: Friends of Goodale Park and Brickstreet Arts Association.
Columbus, OH. Selected by a jury following a national search for artists and proposals;
contract signed April 2005.

Cochran, Malcolm. Project for the Ohio Supreme Court, Columbus, OH. Commission
sponsor: Supreme Court of Ohio. Columbus, OH. Contract for commissioned public
artwork signed in October 2005.

Crocetta, Alison. Lift, film produced in collaboration with composer, Barbara White,
premiere in Tsai Auditorium at Boston University, Boston, MA. Lift was commissioned
by contemporary chamber ensemble, Boston Musica Viva. This silent film was projected
with live music accompaniment by Boston Music Viva, Boston, MA.

Crocetta, Alison. Visiting Artists / New Faculty Exhibition, Hopkins Hall Gallery,
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Clear/Fill/Reveal, Super 8 mm films.

Crocetta, Alison. Meditating America, CoCA (Center of Contemporary Art), Seattle,
WA, curated by Ernesto Pujol. Clear. Super 8 mm film.

Crocetta, Alison. Department of Art Faculty Exhibition: Part Two, Hopkins Hall
Gallery, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Whistle While You Work.
performance.

Crockett, Alan. Davis and Cline Gallery, Ashland, Oregon (Catalogue)
Art Access Gallery, Bexely, Ohio (Catalogue)

Crockett, Alan. Rosenberg and Kaufman Fine Arts, NY, NY: Panel, Paper, Canvas

Crockett, Alan. Rosenberg and Kaufman Fine Arts, NY, NY: Summer Group Show
Crockett, Alan. Gallery Kunsthouse Raskolnikow, Dresden, Germany

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Third International Film and Video Festival. Museum of New Art,
Detroit, MI, Curator: Jef Bourgeau, Screening

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Technology in the Life World. Open Space, Victoria, BC, Canada,
Curator: Julie Andreyev

Derr, Robert Ladislas. DiVA Festival. New York, NY, Curator: Carl Van Brunt

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Words, Images, and the Framing of Social Reality Conference.
New School, New York, NY, Curator: Nicholas Allanach

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Version 05. Buddy, Chicago, IL, Curator: Helen Kongsgaard,
Screening

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Detoursim. Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA,
Curator: Nato Thompson

Derr, Robert Ladislas. The Nude. Incident, http://incident.net/hors/nu/, Paris, France,
Curator: Karen Dermineur

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Mind in Matter: Constructions of the Built Environment.
OPENSOURCE Art, Champaign, IL

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Faculty Exhibition. Hopkins Hall Gallery, The Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH

Derr, Robert Ladislas. Built/Not Built. Hopkins Hall, The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH

Hamilton, Ann. phora. La Maison Rouge Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris, France
(Solo exhibition and commission of new work)

Hamilton, Ann. Gyroscope. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

Hamilton, Ann. Art: 21-The Artists. Bentley Projects, Phoenix, AZ. (Group Exhibition)

Hamilton, Ann. Me, Myself and I: Artist Self-Portraits from the Heather and Tony
Podesta Collection. Washington, D.C. (Group Exhibition/ photographs)

Hamilton, Ann. face. Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado. (photogravure prints)

Hamilton, Ann. Nostalgia. Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY.
(Group Exhibition/ video)
Hamilton, Ann. YOKOHAMA2005: International Triennale of Contemporary Art.
Yokahama, Japan. (performance/installation of new work)

Hamilton, Ann. Marking Time:Moving Images. Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL.
(Group exhibition/ installation)

Hamilton, Ann. Seeking Transcendence. Art Gallery of Western Australia and Perth
International Arts Festival, Perth, Western Australia. (installation of newly commissioned
work/ audio/video/ mechanical)

Harned, Richard.Ideas and Objects Exhibition, Weston Art Gallery, Aronoff Center,
Cincinnati, OH, Innovative autonomous leaded pressed glass panel.

Harned, Richard.Man and Beast Exhibition, University of Akron, Akron, OH, Alarming
cast iron bust of Darwin with a wig composed of tarrantula spider bodies glued to
magnets.

Harned, Richard. Word Art Exhibition, University of Cincinnati Galleries, Cincinnati,
OH, Cash Jurors Award, Amusing cast iron wall reliefs and autonomous leaded pressed
glass panel.

Harvey, Rebecca. Animal Instincts. Baltimore Clayworks. Baltimore, MD. Invitational
show - Ceramics

Harvey, Rebecca. To Lancaster and Back – Contemporary works from the Robert
Pfannebecker Collection. Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Invitational show - Ceramics

Harvey, Rebecca. Mastery in Clay. The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA. Invitational
show - Ceramics

Harvey, Rebecca. Disambiguation. New Wagner Gallery, Southern Illinois University
Edwardsville, IL. Solo show – Ceramics

Lisbon, Laura. Concrete/Paper/Paint Exhibiting Paint[ing]. Jan Maiden Fine Art.
Kramer Paints, Columbus, OH. Solo Exhibition.

Lisbon, Laura. Synthesis and Distribution: Experiments in Collaboration. Peter Fingestin
Galleries. New York, NY. Collaboration with Suzanne Silver.

Lisbon, Laura. Synthesis and Distribution: Experiments in Collaboration. Choate House
Gallery. Pleasantville, NY. Collaboration with Suzanne Silver.

Mendozza, Tony. Viajeros: North American Photographer's Images of Cuba. Zoellner
Gallery, Lehigh University, PA.
Mendozza, Tony. Tony Mendzza. Schoolhouse Galleries, Provincetown, MA.

Mendozza, Tony. Flower Portfolio. Stephen Cohen Gallery, New York, NY.

Mendozza, Tony. Flower Portfolio Photo L.A. Stephen Cohen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Mercil, Michael. for love or money. Columbus Museum of Art. Columbus, OH. Solo
exhibition/sculpture and installation.

Mercil, Michael. Built/Not Built: Art for Public Spaces. Hopkins Hall Gallery. The Ohio
State University. Columbus, OH. Group exhibition documenting public art projects.

Massey, Jr., Charles. September 11 Memorial Print Portfolio of the American Print
Alliance – Invitational; College of Eastern Utah, Price, UT. Print.

Massey, Jr., Charles. September 11 Memorial Print Portfolio of the American Print
Alliance – Invitational; Dadian Gallery, Wesley Theological Seminary; Washington,
D.C. Print.

Massey, Jr., Charles. MTG Kraków Pays a Visit to Hungary; International Print
Triennial Krakow 2003; Polish Culture Institute Gallery, Vigado Gallery, Duna Gallery,
Millenium Park, All Budapest, Hungary. Prints.

Massey, Jr., Charles. 94th Ohio Art League Annual Spring Juried Exhibition; Columbus
Cultural Arts Center; Columbus, OH. Mixed Mediums Print.

Massey, Jr., Charles. 2005 Ohio State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition; James M. Cox Fine Arts
Center; Ohio Expositions Center; Columbus, OH. Mixed Mediums Print.

Massey, Jr., Charles. 12th Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition. Jasper Art Center,
Krempp Gallery; Jasper, IN. Print.

Massey, Jr., Charles. Ohio Art League One Night: Raw Materials Juried Exhibition /
Fundraiser for OAL; The Peninsula Warehouse; Columbus, OH. Prints.

Massey, Jr., Charles. OSU Ink; an Exhibition of Prints by the Ohio State Printmaking
Department. Wayne and Geraldine Kuhn Fine Arts Gallery; The Ohio State University at
Marion; Marion, OH. Print,

Massey, Jr., Charles. Border Crossings: an International Juried Exhibition. The Ink Shop
Printmaking Center; Ithaca, NY. Print.

Massey, Jr., Charles. New Works: Department of Art Faculty Exhibition, Part One.
Hopkins Hall Gallery; The Ohio State University; Columbus, OH; November 7 – 18,
2005. Mixed Mediums Prints.
Massey, Jr., Charles. Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial 2005. Exhibition for the
70th Anniversary of the Foundation of Tama Art University; Tama Art University
Museum; Tokyo, JAPAN: November 2 – December 26, 2005. Prints.
Nelson, Ardine. Fine Arts Exhibition. Ohio State Fair, juried , Columbus, OH.
Photography, large scale archival inkjet prints.

Nelson, Ardine. 15 Jahre Kunsthaus Raskolnikow e.V. / Galerie: 1990 – 2005.
Kunsthaus Raskolnikow Galerie, Dresden, Germany. Invitational. Photography, hand
colored archival ink jet print.

Nelson, Ardine. Ohio Art League Annual Fall Juried Exhibition 2005. Fort Hayes Shot
Tower Gallery, Columbus, OH, USA. Juror: Joe Houston, Associate Curator of
Contemporary Art, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH. November 4 – December
9. Photography, Type C prints.

Nelson, Ardine. Department of Art Faculty Exhibition Part II. Hopkins Hall Gallery,
Columbus, OH. Photography, large scale archival inkjet prints.

Pentak, Stephen, New Paintings. Susan Street Fine Art, San Diego, CA. Solo Exhibition
of Paintings

Pentak, Stephen, New Paintings. Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, New York, NY. Solo
Exhibition of Paintings

Pentak, Stephen, New Paintings. Gallery V, Columbus, OH. Solo Exhibition of Paintings

Pentak, Stephen, New Paintings. Perry Nicole Fine Art, Memphis, TN. Solo Exhibition of
Paintings

Pentak, Stephen, Commission: Delaware River and Elk Creek. Pharmanet Inc. Princeton
NJ. A set of six paintings.

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Augmented Fish Reality. Banquet communication in evolution‖ Media
Arts Madrid at the Conde Duque Cultural Centre, Madrid, Spain.

Rinaldo, Ken. Machinic Diatom. Museo De Arte De Caldas, Manizales, Colombia. Series
of fifteen new 3D Giclee Prints on paper.

Rinaldo, Ken. Twittering Rabbit Foot. Pilchuk Glass Studios . Stanwood WA.

Rinaldo, Ken. Augmented Fish Reality. Bioart Exhibition Curated by Leonel Maura,
Lisbon Portugal.

Rinaldo, Ken. Made not Made: Department of Art Faculty Exhibition.” Hopkins Hall
Gallery, Columbus, OH
Soave, Sergio. Sergio Soave: Recent Works. Burke Art Gallery, Marshall University,
Huntington, WV.

Soave, Sergio. OSU Ink; an Exhibition of Prints by the Ohio State Printmaking
Department. Wayne and Geraldine Kuhn Fine Arts Gallery; The Ohio State University at
Marion; Marion, OH

Soave, Sergio. Visiting Artists / New Faculty Exhibition, Hopkins Hall Gallery. The Ohio
State University, Columbus, OH.

Soave, Sergio. Department of Art Faculty Exhibition: Part Two, Hopkins Hall Gallery.
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Soave, Sergio. Impressions. McMaster Gallery, University of South Carolina, Columbia,
SC (Group Exhibition)

Soave, Sergio. Inkjet. Foreland Street Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA (Group Exhibition)

Soave, Sergio. War Room. Foreland Street Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA (Group Exhibition)

Thurston, Steven. Evocative Implements. Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD - A
national invitational exhibition organized by Illinois ceramic sculptor Matt Wilt.

West, Pheoris. African-American Artist of Central Ohio. Schumacher Gallery,
Columbus, OH.

West, Pheoris. Zimbabwe Heritage. Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus, OH.

West, Pheoris. Talle Bamazi / Pheoris West. Kiaca Gallery, Columbus, OH.

West, Pheoris. Faculty Exhibit. Department of Art. Hopkins Gallery, The Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH.

West, Pheoris. Images of Dignity. Elijah Pierce Gallery, King Arts Complex, Columbus,
OH.

West, Pheoris. Back to Black; Art, Cinema and Racial Imagery. Whitechapel Gallery,
London, England.

Youngs, Amy. Adaptive Furnishing. Ohio Art League Gallery. Columbus, OH.
Exhibited audio installation with furniture for listening to live worms.

Youngs, Amy. Images Expérimentales Internationales. Festival Nemo at Forum des
Images, Paris, France. Video screening.
Youngs, Amy. Strategic Dysfunction: Parables of Fabrication. Tweed Museum of Art,
Duluth, MN. Exhibited interactive/kinetic/audio sculptures.

Youngs, Amy. Impakt. TechniKunst ‗05 Festival, Melbourne, Australia – video screening

Youngs, Amy. DNA: Do Not Assume.. Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery, Bowling Green,
OH. Exhibited interactive sculpture and installation of ten digital images.

Youngs, Amy. New Works: Department of Art Faculty Exhibition. Hopkins Hall Gallery,
Columbus, OH



Performance

Derr, Robert Ladislas, April 28, 2005, Lunch Break, Version 05, Chicago, IL

Derr, Robert Ladislas, May 28, 2005, To Helen, Provflux, Providence, RI

Derr, Robert Ladislas, May 30, 2005, From Museum to Main, Detourism, Contemporary
Artists Center, North Adams, MA, Curator: Nato Thompson

Derr, Robert Ladislas, November 10, 2005, Chance, Mind in Matter: Constructions of the
Built Environment, OPENSOURCE Art, Champaign, IL

Catalogues/Curatorship

Hamilton, Ann. Ann Hamilton: lignum. Sweden: The Wanås Foundation, published by
Atlantis Bokforlag, 2005. Texts in English and Swedish by Mark C. Taylor, Björner
Torsson, Mirjam Schaub and Marika Wachtmeister including an interview with Ann
Hamilton by Lynne Cooke.

Mercil, Michael. for love or money:Michael Mercil. Columbus Museum of Art. Columbus, OH.
Brochure authored by Joe Houston for solo exhibition of mixed media and installation works.

Mercil, Michael. Increase: Ann Hamilton/Michael Mercil. Reuter, Laurel and Robert Silberman.
The North Dakota Museum of Art. Grand Forks, ND. Catalog for mixed media exhibition.

Mercil, Michael. Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates: Allegheny Riverfront Park. Amidon,
Jane. series editor. Sourcebooks in Landscape Architecture 1. Princeton Architectural Press. New
York. Design Process of Allegheny Riverfront Park. Award winning park design in
collaboration with Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates (landscape architects) and Ann
Hamilton (artist).
Consultation

Bole, Mary Jo. Member of the Accreditation Team, The Kansas City Art Institute,
Kansas City, Missouri

Bole, Mary Jo. Juror, NCECA Juried Student Exhibition, Maryland Art Institute,
Baltimore, MA

Massey, Jr., Charles. Wellesley College. Wellesley, MASSACHUSETTS. External
Professional Evaluation, Promotion to Professor Rank.

Massey, Jr., Charles. Oregon State University. Corvallis, OREGON. External
Professional Evaluation, Promotion to Professor Rank.

Massey, Jr., Charles. School of Art and Art History, College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences, The University of Iowa. . Wellesley, MASSACHUSETTS. External
Professional Evaluation, Promotion to Professor Rank.

Massey, Jr., Charles. Columbus College of Art and Design. Columbus, OHIO. Judge for
special Drawing Award Competition.

Pentak, Stephen, Savannah College of Art and Design. Studio Fine arts Program.
Savannah, GA. Advisory Panel Site Visit.

Slaughter, Todd. Consultation/collaboration with Jian Huag, a well known artist in
Beijing, China, in developing proposals for two majors public art sites in China. One is
for a site in Beijing for the 2008 Olympics, and the other is of a 100 meter site at the
entrance of a government-fast-tracked international business park in Tianjin, the 3rd
largest city in China.

Slaughter, Todd. Contributor to proposal for development of system to collect data for
various uses: Development of an Intelligent Multisensor Information Gathering System;
Anton Schenk, PI, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geodetic
Science.

Book

Bole, Mary Jo. M.J.’s Daily Spy History. Artist Book, edition 400 (tiny) 100 (larger)
(handmade printing, binding, stamp perforating) Knust Press, Nimegen, The Netherlands

Bole, Mary Jo. Suite of 6 prints, (A4) edition of 40 each stencil prints. Knust Press,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Bole, Mary Jo. 3 Stamp sheets, hand perforated Toilets, Dead bugs, Barbed Wire, edition
of 300 each, Knust Press, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Pentak, Stephen. Design Basics Multimedia Edition. Sharon Adams Poore. Belmont,
CA: Thomson/Wadsworth.

Book Citations

Cochran, Malcom. Field of Corn, Dublin, OH is included in "Points of Interest in Ohio:
A Selection of Superlative Sites from the Center for Land Use Interpretation's Land Use
Database". Sarah Simons, Ed. Culver City, CA. 2005

Rinaldo, Ken. Vie intelligence et symbiose artificielles in Art Et Biotechnologies
publication, pgs 285-294 editors Louise Poissant and Ernestine Daubner, published by the
University of Quebec. Canada 2005

Rinaldo, Ken. ―Augmented Fish Reality‖ for catalog publication A new Kind of Art Uman
Nova Forma De Arte Bioart, pgs 46-51 Galleria Antonio Prates, Lisboa 2005

Rinaldo, Ken. Reichle, Ingeborg. Kunst Aus Dem Labor pgs 136-138, 141, 289 Springer
Wien New York, 2005.

Rinaldo, Ken. Images and descriptions of artwork in Art Et Biotechnologies DVD
publication, editors Louise Poissant and Ernestine Daubner, published by the University
of Quebec. 2005

Youngs, Amy. Discussion of my biological artwork in L’Erbario Tecnologico (The
Technological Herbarium), by Gianna Maria Gatti, pg 127, 170-172. Bologna, Italy.
CLUEB – Cooperativa Libraria Universitaria.

Youngs, Amy. Hydroelectric Invert. In Women Environmental Artists Directory, edited
by Jo Hanson and Susan Leibovitz Steinman. Pg 106. San Francisco, CA

Youngs, Amy. Images and descriptions of artwork in Art Et Biotechnologies DVD
publication, editors Louise Poissant and Ernestine Daubner, published by the University
of Quebec. 2005

Journal Article
Citations are presented with faculty name in (parentheses).

(Bole, Mary Jo.) ―Shaped by a Lineage‖ Seward Park, Seattle, WA, Essay by Peter
Olson

(Crocetta, Alison.) Hackett, Regina. ―Artists Muse on America with Mostly Positive
Results‖, Seattle Post Intelligencer, 11 November 2005, Art Reviews.

(Crocetta, Alison.) Weininger, David. ―Musica Viva Goes Back to the Future‖, The
Boston Globe, 10 October 2005, Arts Reviews.
(Crockett, Alan) ―Intriguing pieces delight both eye and brain,‖ by Jacqueline Hall,
Columbus Dispatch, April 17,2005

(Derr, Robert Ladislas) Sakash, Susan. ―VOID: walking with Ulysses.‖ trAce Online
Writing Centre 23 March 2005: http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/Review/index.cfm?article=132.

(Derr, Robert Ladislas) ―Artist to film downtown next week for CAC exhibit.‖ North
Adams Transcript 26 May 2005: Entertainment.

(Derr, Robert Ladislas) Gray, Channing. ―Art as a moving target.‖ The Providence
Journal 26 May 2005: G1.

(Derr, Robert Ladislas) Mitchell, John. ―Walking art project documented the ‗wildness‘
in city.‖ North Adams Transcript 21 July 2005: Headlines.

(Derr, Robert Ladislas) Hoffman, Matt. ―Mind In Matter: Constructions of the Built
Environment, OPENSOURCE: A conversation with the artists.‖ Buzz Weekly 17 Nov.
2005: Arts.

Hamilton, Ann. Baudot, Francois. "Accumulated work." Selvedge (issue 04, Jan/Feb
05): 11. "Expo Bouche Par La!" Elle (28 Février 2005).

Hamilton, Ann. Benhamou-Huet, Judith. "Mystérieux charme contemporain." Les
Echoes (25 Février au 3 Mars 2005).

Hamilton, Ann. Bouruet-Aubetot, Véronique. "Ann Hamilton La Voux Du
Contrepoint." Beau Arts Magazine (Avril 2005): 44.

Hamilton, Ann. Cena, Olivier. "La pensée unique." Telerama (No. 2878, 9 Mars 2005):
70.

Hamilton, Ann. Cooke, Lynne. "Ann Hamilton: La Maison Rouge, Paris." Artforum
(April 2005): 183.

(Hamilton, Ann.) "Critics' Top Picks for 2003-04." Art in America (February 2005): 33,
35.

Hamilton, Ann. Dagen, Philippe. "Ann Hamilton réinvente la préhistoire du chant et du
dessin." Le Monde (27 Février 2005).

Hamilton, Ann. Domino, Christophe. "Maison rouge Hamilton a mis le ton." Le Journal
des Arts (18 du 31 Mars 2005).

(Hamilton, Ann.) Hamlin, Jesse. "SFMOMA chairman offers a one-of-a-kind gallery on
his Geyserville ranch." San Francisco Chronicle (January 5, 2005): E1, E3.
Hamilton, Ann. Farin, Manou. "Ann Hamilton: Qui parle?" L'Olil (Avril 2005): 26.
Franck, Elisabeth. "A Maison Of His Own." Departures (Mars/Avril 2005).

(Hamilton, Ann.) "Governor's Awards for the Arts: King complex leader, Ohio State
professor among eight honorees." The Columbus Dispatch (Arts, March 11, 2005): D4.

Hamilton, Ann. Guénard Éloïse. "Phora: Exposition personnelle: Ann Hamilton." Art
21 Magazine critique d'art contemporain (Nümero 02, Mars/Avril 2005): 60-61.

(Hamilton, Ann.) Hurwitz, Laurie. "A Public Space for Private Collections." ART News
(Avril 2005).

Hamliton, Ann. J., M. "Ann Hamilton a la Maison rouge." l'humanité hebdo (9 Avril
2005).

(Hamilton, Ann.) Levine, Edward. " Art That Has to Sleep in the Garage." The New
York Times (Arts & Leisure, section 2, June 26, 2005): 1, 26.

Hamilton, Ann. Mayr, Bill. "Global workplace, Columbus address." The Columbus
Dispatch (January 2, 2005): G1-2.

Hamilton, Ann. Micucci, Marjorie. "Ann Hamilton, Phora, La maison rouge, Paris."
Questions lle femmes (Avril 2005).

Hamilton, Ann. Row, D.K. "Mixing it up with the Ann Hamilton experience." The
Oregonian (April 11, 2005).

Hamilton, Ann. Venturi, Riccardo. "Il senso de Ann Hamilton per Parigi."
Exibart.onpaper (April 2005).

Hamilton, Ann. Youssi, Yasmine. "Ann Hamlton donne de la voix." Journal du
Dimanche (27 Février au 5 Mars 2005).

Hamilton, Ann. Y., Y. "Ann Hamilton, Phora." Zurban (16 Mars 2005): 43.

Mendozza, Tony. Cate McQuaid, On Outer Cape, funky portraits tempt and tease.
Boston Globe, August 5, 2005.

Mercil, Michael. Flanagan, Regina. ―Working with Artists.‖ Landscape Architecture. (June) pp.
88-97.

Mercil, Michael. Gentile, Jordan. ―Sparse Second Gallery has Mercil‘s Best Work.‖ The Other
Paper (November 24-30) p. 14.

Mercil, Michael. Hall, Jaqueline. ―Viewers Might Take Mercil at his Word.‖ Columbus Dispatch
(November 27) p. G4.
(Mercil, Michael). Mayr, Bill. ―Short North exhibit . . . Connect the dots.‖ Columbus Dispatch
Weekender (November 10) p. 12.

Mercil, Michael. ―Global Workplace, Columbus Address‖ Columbus Dispatch (January 2) pp.
G1-2.

(Mercil, Michael. Wittsock, Susan. ―Arts Reach: Department of Art at Work‖ onCAMPUS
(January 6) pp. 3; 6.

Mercil, Michael. Zollinger-Turner, Tracy. ―Words From Above.‖ alive, music, art and culture in
Columbus (November 23) p. 22.

Rinaldo, Ken. Arte Lisboa, Feira de Arte Contemporanea, Portugal, Nov 2005, PG 56

Rinaldo, Ken. Gigliotti, Carol, Kenneth Rinaldo and France Cadet Artificial life and the
lives of the non-Human, Parachute Contemporary Art 119, 2005. Pgs 70-83

(Rinaldo, Ken.) Halsell, David. W, Autopoiesis: Science and systems in Technological
Art, A Minima. Issue 13 2005 pgs 124-137

Youngs, Amy. ―Intraterrestrial Soundings.‖ A Minima. Issue 12. Pg. 18 - 28.

Youngs, Amy. ―Alchemical Bloom.‖ 3rd Floor: a Portable Artspace. Issue 1. Pg. 8.

Appendix #2

Appendix #3

Cochran, Malcolm. Sculpture commission, Hudson River Park, New York, NY. 2005

Cochran, Malcolm. Publishing award from the American Institute of Graphic Arts.
2005.

Hamilton, Ann. Honorary Doctorate, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Hamilton, Ann. Individual Artist, Governor's Awards for the Arts in Ohio

Hamilton, Ann. Second Place Award for Best Show in an alternative or Public Space,
International Association of Art Critics (for corpus- a new installation at Mass Moca in
2004)

Hamilton, Ann. Elected to Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Board of Trustees

Mercil, Michael. Individual Artist Fellowship. The Ohio Arts Council. Columbus, OH
Rinaldo, Ken. Artist-in-Residence, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood Washington,
August 2005. Completed 3 new works and 2 in process.

Youngs, Amy. Artist-in-Residence, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood Washington,
August 2005

Department of Art Education

Creative Work

Barrett, T. (2005). Three paintings in the Faculty Exhibition, Department of Art, The
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Publications

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Appalachian Students. The Ohio State University

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). You can hide but you can‘t run: Interdisciplinary and
culturally sensitive approaches to mask making. Art Education 58(5) pp. 12-18.

Barrett, T. (2005). Criticizing Photographs: An Introduction to Understanding Images. 4th
edition. New York: NY, McGraw-Hill.

Barrett, T. (2005). Translated into Chinese for Taiwan, Criticizing Photographs: An
Introduction to Understanding Images. 3rd edition. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill

Barrett, T. (2005). Foreword, David Burton, Exhibiting Student Art. New York: NY, Teachers
College Press.

Barrett, T. (2005). Interpretation and Community, Proceedings of 2nd Asia-Pacific Art
Education Conference 2004, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Pp. 190-201.

Barrett, T. (2005). Interpretation, Encyclopedia of 20th Century Photography. New
York: NY, Routledge, Pp. 803-806.

Eisenhauer, J. (2004). Mystic Figures and Lived Identities: Locating the ―Girl‖ in
Feminist Discourse. In Harris, A. (Ed.) All About the Girl: Power, Culture and Identity,
New York, NY: Routlege Press.

Parsons, M. (2005). Book review of ―The Arts and the Creation of Mind: Art and
Cognition‖ by Elliot Eisner and Integrating the ―Visual Arts in the Curriculum‖ by
Arthur Efland in Studies in Art Education 46, (4), 369-377.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). (Un)becoming queer/(Un)becoming LGBTIC. Co-authored
with Kimberly Cosier, Laurel Lampela, Susan Marie Moreno de la Garnica, Deborah L.
Smith-Shank, Mindi Rhodes, & Jessie Whitehead. In jan jagodzinski The Paradoxes of
Un(becoming): 25th Anniversary Issue Journal of Social Theory and Art Education (25)
69-96.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Discourses of social dis-ease: Visual cultural studies as
prophylactic/ Praxis as rough trade. In K. Anijar, Neuhaus & D. Jensen (Eds.), Culture
and the Condom (pp. 59-76), New York: Peter Lang Publishing Company.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Valuing arts-based research, arts-informed pedagogical
performances, and curriculum challenges of multiple arts technologies. Journal of
Curriculum and Pedagogy 1 (2) 61-65.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Rethinking practices in community-based arts education. In V.
Marcow-Speiser & M. C. Powell (Eds), Crossing boundaries: The arts, education and
social change (pp.199-216). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.



Sanders III, J. H. (2005) Queer visualities: Trans issue introduction to the photographs
of Mariette Pathy Allen. Co-authored with Brett Beemyn, International Journal of Gay
 and Lesbian Issues in Education 3 (1), 95-106.

Stout, C. (2005). What is Imagination? Key Questions for Educators. W. Hare & J.
Portelli (Eds.). Edphil Publications, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Pp. 10-12.

Stout, C. (2005). The bugs in the basement, Studies In Art Education, 47(1), 3-4.

Stewart, M. G. & Walker, S. R. (2005). Rethinking Curriculum in Art. Worchester, MA:
Davis Publications.

Wyszomirski, M., (2005). Book review of The Creative Class by Richard Florida
―Reassessing Florida,‖ in The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation,
6,(3), 211-214.

Presentations

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Ricki Sollinger Exhibition, The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH, February.

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Learning through the Arts and Integrated Curriculum,
Ohio Department of Education Arts Educators Workshop. Radisson Hotel, Worthington,
Ohio, February 24, 2005.

Ballengee-Morris, C. & Sanders III, J. (2005). Identity Development and Visual Culture.
The NAEA Conference, Boston, MA, March.

Ballengee-Morris, C. & Taylor, P. (2005). Cultural Cherishing, NAEA Conference,
Boston, MA, March.

Ballengee-Morris, C. & Sanders III, J. (2005). Identity Development and Visual Culture,
AERA Conference, Montreal, Canada, April.

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Apples, Bananas, and Ho Hos: Ethnic, Bi-Multi
-racial Issues and Images, Big 10 Conference on Race and Ethnicity, The Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH, May.

Ballengee-Morris, C. & Sanders III, J. (2005). Identity Development and Visual Culture,
The International Visual Sociology Conference at Trinity University, Dublin, Ireland,
August.

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). After Katrina: Race. The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH, October 18.


Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Native Identity, Moonrise Event, OSU-Newark, Newark,
OH, October 22.

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Octagon Mound and the Need to Heal, Healing
Conference, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA, November 19.

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Visual Culture and American Indians, The J.P.
Morgan Chase Manhattan Bank Diversity Workshop, August, Columbus, OH, April.

Barrett, T. (2005). Learning to Listen (about Art), National Art Education Association
Conference, Boston, MA, March 5.

Barrett, T. (2005). Reasons and Judgments, National Art Education Association
Conference, Boston, MA, March 7.

Barrett, T. (2005). Making Informed Judgments, Culinary Institute of Chicago, Chicago,
IL, May 27.

Barrett, T. (2005). Art in Context, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Miami University,
Oxford, OH, February 14-16.

Barrett, T. (2005). Personalizing Interpretations, Department of Art Education, Rhode
Island School of Art and Design (RISD), Providence, RI, March 17, 2005.

Barrett, T. (2005). Keynote Speaker for the Montana Art Education Association, October
18, Helena, MT.

Daniel, V. A. H. & Bastos, F. (2005). Community-Based Art Education and Service
Learning Tribalism, Hegemonia and Communalism: Future Legends of Multicultural
Education Seeking a Model for Service Learning in Art Education, National Art
Education Association Conference, Boston, MA, March.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Art, Culture and Community. Department of Art, College of
Education, National Changhau University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan, R.O.C.,
April.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Art Education and Community-Based Learning, Department of
Art, Academy of Fine Arts, Hanghzhou, China, April.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Community-Based Art Education, Service-Learning and
Pedagogy, Department of Art Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei,
Taiwan, R.O.C., April.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Art Education and Service-Learning. Caribbean Association of
Art Educators and Artists, Institute of Education, University of the West Indies, Mona,
Kingston, Jamaica, June 2.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Series of lectures on the topic of Community-Based Art
Education and Service-Learning, the Department of Art, Federal University of Goias,
Goiania, Brazil, June 10-20.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Community, Art and Service Learning. Keynote Presentation at
the College of Art, University of Brazilia, Brazil, June 18.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Experiencing Membership in the Community as Artists and
Educators. Keynote Presentation at the Seminar on Art Education and Community,
Museum of Contemporary Art, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 21, 2005.

Eisenhauer, J. (2005). Wexner Center, Invited Panelist, Women‘s Work, Exhibition:
Landscape Confection, February.

Eisenhauer, J. (2005). Imaging Women and Illness: Visual Culture,
Embodiment, and Difference, National Art Education Association Caucus, Boston,
MA, March.

Eisenhauer, J. (2005). Beyond bombardment: Independent media subjectivity and visual
culture discourses, National Art Education Association Convention, Boston, MA, March.
Eisenhauer, J. (2005). A visual culture of stigma: Imaging women and mental
illness, The Art of Healing Conference, Kutztown, PA, November 19.

Funk, C. (2005). Online Course Design and Management, National Art Education
Association Caucus, Boston, MA, March.

Funk, C. (2005). Museum Networks, Space and Learning, National Art Education
Association Caucus, Boston, MA, March.
Hutzel, K. (2005). Discovering Community in Art Curriculum, The Ohio Art Education
Association Conference, October.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Preparation for Careers in the Arts, OSU Arts Scholars
Program. Columbus, OH, November 18.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Closing Panel Discussion. Visual Culture in Arts Education.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Urbana-Champaign, IL, October 15.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Tenure & Promotion: Performing Productivity as a Poetics of
Process. Sixth Annual Conference on Curriculum and Pedagogy: Curriculum for a
Progressive, Provocative, Poetic, and Public Pedagogy, Miami University, Oxford, OH,
October 6.

Sanders III, J. H. & Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Visual Culture and Identity
Development. International Visual Sociology Association Conference. Re-Viewing
Bodies: Embodiment, Process, and Change. Trinity College, University of Dublin,
Dublin, Ireland, August 5.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Praxis as Rough Trade: Curriculum Culture and the Condom,
Curriculum Cultures and Learning from Youth, American Education Research
Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec Canada, April 14.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Visual Culture and Identity Formation: The Performative
Discourse of Identity in Queer Studies, American Education Research
Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec Canada, April 13.

Sanders III, J. H & Cosier, K. (2005). Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, or Queer? National Art
Education Association Conference, Boston, MA, March 3.

Sanders III, J. H.; Moreno de la Garnica, S. M.; Whitehead, J. (2005). Queer
Postcolonial Struggles, Nationall Art Education Association Conference, Boston, MA,
Saturday, March 4.

Sanders III, J. H. & Ballangee-Morris, C. (2005). Visual Culture and Identity Formation,
National Art Education Association Conference, Boston, MA, March 6.

Sanders III, J. H. & Garber, E. (2005). Visual Culture Studies and Alterity,
National Art Education Association Conference, Boston, MA, March 6.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). (Re)examining Cultural Policy Research, Assessment and
Performances of Visual Culture. Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois: March
29, 2005

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). (re)Examining cultural policy assessments and performances of
arts education. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, February 3, 2005.

Short. S. (2005). Sustainability of Material Culture in the Post-Modern, First
International Meeting on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability.
East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, February.

Stout, C. (2005). A Researcher’s Responsibility and Reciprocity: The Feminist Ethic of
Care. National Art Education Conference, Boston, MA, March.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Visual Culture and Art Education, University of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, Ohio, January 28, 2005.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Visual Culture and Wisconsin Native American Casinos, University
of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 28, 2005.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Learning through the Arts and Integrated Curriculum, Ohio
Department of Education Arts Educators Workshop. Radisson Hotel, Worthington, Ohio,
February 24, 2005.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Visual Culture as Viewed in Wisconsin Native American Casinos.
Upper Arlington Senior Center, Upper Arlington, OH, July 26.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Miracle’s Gates: Altars to a White Buffalo, The Art of Healing
Conference, Kutztown, PA, November 19.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Visual Culture in Art Education: Exploring Social and Cultural
Issues, Art Teaching*Art and Media*Visual Culture? Danmarks Billed Kunst Laerere
(Denmarks Art Education Conference), Aarhaus, Denmark, November 23.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Multicultural Education and Visual Culture, Danmarks Paedagogiske
Universitet, Coopenhagen, Denmark, November 28.

Stuhr, P. L. & Walker, S.R. (2005). Developing Meaningful Art Curriculum, Central
Ohio Art Education Association Curriculum Workshop, Shawnee High School,
Springfield, Ohio, October 21.

Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Native American Re-representation of Complex Identities, Newark
Earthworks Day Celebration, OSU Newark, Newark, Ohio, October 22.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Defamiliarizing the Familiar: Designing Meaningful Studio
Instruction, Workshop, Virginia Beach City Schools, January.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Rethinking Art Curriculum with Big Ideas, Ohio Department of
Education Arts Educators Workshop. Radisson Hotel, Worthington, Ohio, February 24,
2005.
Walker, S. R. (2005). An Experience Clothed in Meaning: Artmaking with Big Ideas,
National Art Education Association Conference, Supersession, panelist, Boston, MA,
March 2005.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Designing Art Curriculum with Big Ideas, art teacher workshop,
Hua Lien Teacher's College, Taiwan, May, 2005.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Modernist and Postmodernist Approaches to Contemporary Art,
National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan, May 2005.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Designing Art Learning with a Big Idea, Changhua University of
Education, Taiwan, May, 2005.

Walker, S. R. (2005). A Structure for Art Curriculum Design, Gyeongin National
University of Education, Incheon, South Korea, May, 2005.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Art Curriculum and Big Ideas, Taipei Municipal Teacher's
College, Taiwan, May, 2005.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Designing Meaningful Studio Instruction, Virginia Beach City
Schools, June 2005. ―The Curator's Pie,‖ 3 day summer Institute, Contemporary Art
Center of Virginia Beach, faculty, Virginia Beach, VA, June.

Walker, S. R. (2005). The Idea of Identity and Place: Curriculum Design with Big Ideas,
Frist Art Museum, Nashville Public Schools, July.

Walker, S. R. & Stuhr, P. L. (2005). Developing Meaningful Art Curriculum, Central
Ohio Art Education Association Curriculum Workshop, Shawnee High School,
Springfield, Ohio, October 21, 2005.

Walker, S. R. (2005). Designing Curriculum with Big Ideas, Arlington, VA,
November.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Panel Discussant, Conference on Global Cultural Circulations,
sponsored by the Mershon Center, Office of International Affairs, and Center or Folklore
Studies, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, January 28-29, 2005.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Integrating International Perspectives into the Teaching of
Arts Administration, Annual Conference of Association of Arts Administrator Educators,
Pittsburgh, PA, April.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). The Intrinsic vs Instrumental Benefits of the Arts, Measuring
the Muse, National Arts Journal Program at Columbia University and the Alliance for the
Arts, New York, NY, May 7.
Wyszomirski, M. (2005). The Evolution of the Field of Cultural Policy Studies in the
U.S. Launch of University of Oregon Institute for Community Arts and Cultural Policy
Studies, October 6.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Mapping the Creative Industries, Panel chair, STPA Panel
University of Oregon, October.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). The Arts and Cultural Policy Administrator: Occupation,
Career, or Profession? A Framework for Analysis. STPA Conference, University of
Oregon, October.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Developing the Creative Industries, Panel of the Creative
Cities Network Conference, Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada, October.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Professionalism in the Nonprofit Sector, ARNOVA
Conference, Washington, DC, Nov 17-19.
Consultation

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Chase Manhattan Bank—Diversity Initiatives, August
2005.

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2005). Target (Columbus Regional)—Minority Recruitment, July
2005

Barrett, T. (2005). Curriculum Development for Ohio‘s Fine Arts Content Standards,
Ohio Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio, 2004-2005.

Barrett, T. (2005). Art Critic-in-Education serving schools and communities throughout
Ohio, The Ohio Arts Council, 2005-2006.

Barrett, T. (2005). Guest Lecturer, West Virginia University, Summer Institute of
Teacher Education in the Arts (SITE), Morgantown, West Virginia, June 19-24.

Barrett, T. (2005). Model teaching of art criticism to grades K-8, St, Agatha School,
Upper Arlington, Ohio, November 28, 29, 30.

Barrett, T. (2005). Workshop Leader for In-service Teachers, "Responding to Art,"
ICARE Best Practices.

Barrett, T. (2005). Young Audiences and Cleveland Public Schools, Cleveland, Ohio,
October 26.
Hutzel, K. (2005). Project ArtReach, Inc. Invited volunteer consultant for the
redevelopment of the program‘s mission, goals, and programming, Cincinnati, OH,
January 28.
Hutzel, K. (2005). Kennedy Heights Arts Center, Invited consultant for the development
of a position to coordinate the center‘s activities, Cincinnati, OH, February, 17.

Hutzel, K. (2005). Community Arts in Schools, Inc. Ongoing and invited volunteer
consultant for community-based arts program, Cincinnati, OH.

Poling, M. L. (2005). Worthington Kilbourne High School in-service meeting.
Worthington, OH, February 15, 2005.

Poling, M. L. (2005). Worthington City School District provided Information on
standards-based education, assessment, and curriculum mapping.

Editorships and Review Boards

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2003-2006). Studies in Art Education, NAEA, Reston, VA

Ballengee-Morris, C. (2003-2005). Ex-Officio Editorial Board for the Journal of
Cultural Studies, Indiana University

Barrett, T. (2005). Editorial Board, The International Journal of Arts & Education, on-
line, 2004-present.

Barrett, T. (2005). Editorial Board, (founding member), Teaching Artist Journal.

Barrett, T. (2005). Editorial Board, Journal of Art Education, National Art Education
Association (NAEA).

Barrett, T. (2005). Editorial Board, Editorial Board Member/Reviewer, Journal of Social
Theory of Art Education.

Barrett, T. (2005) Editorial Board, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Editorial Board, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education.

Daniel, V. A. H. (2005). Editorial Board, The Review of Research in Visual Arts
Education.

Eisenhauer, J. (2005). Co-Editor, The Ohio Art Education Journal.

Parson, M.J. (2002-2005). Journal of Art and Design Education (England)

Parson, M.J. (2002-2005). International Journal of Art and Design Education (Taiwan)

Parson, M.J. (2002-2005). The Asian-Pacific Journal for Arts Education (Hong Kong)

Parson, M.J. (2002-2005). The Taiwan Journal of Art Education. (Taiwan)
Richarson, J. (2005). Co-Editor, The Ohio Art Education Journal.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Associate Editor, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in
Education

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Associate Editor, Curriculum and Pedagogy Group
Publications

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Editorial Board Member/Reviewer, Journal of Social Theory of
Art Education.

Sanders III, J. H. (2005). Editorial Board Member/Reviewer, Journal of Curriculum and
Pedagogy

Stout, C. (2003-2006). Editor of Studies in Art Education

Stout, C. (2003-2005). Editorial Review Board: Journal of Cultural Research in Art
Education

Stuhr, P. L. (2003-2007). Studies in Art Education, NAEA Review Board (elected
position)

Stuhr, P. L. (1993-2005). The United States Society for Education through the Arts
(USSEA), The Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, Review Board (appointed
position)

Stuhr, P. L. (1998-2005). The Journal of Gender Issues in Art Education, Review Board
(appointed position)

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Editorial Board, Nonprofit Management and Leadership.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Manuscript Reviewer for Nonprofit Management and
Leadership and for Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Contributing Editor, Journal of Arts Management, Law and
Society.

Wyszomirski, M. (2005). Head, Review Committee on Competency Guidelines, AAAE.

International Awards, Honors

Christine Ballengee-Morris. (2003-2006). Elected President of the United States Society
for Education through Art.
National Awards, Honors

Barrett, T. (2005). Visiting Scholar and Dorothy Liskey Wampler Eminent Professor recipient
(lecturer), Art, Interpretation, and Life, James Madison University, Harrisburg, VA, February 21.

Barrett, T. (2005). Alderson – Broaddus College Humanities Brandon Lecturer,
Broaddus College, Philippi, WV, September 15.

Barrett, T. (2005). Presenter of the Annual Anderson Lecture, Interpreting Art, Penn State
University, State College, PA, September 28.

Barrett, T. (2005). Eric Yake Kenagy Visiting Artist, Goshen University, Goshen, IN,
October 20-21.

Candace Stout (2005). Elected the Editor of Studies in Art Education, the field‘s most
prestigious journal.

Department of Dance

Conferences / Papers / Lectures
Bales, Melanie. ―Falling, Releasing and Post-Judson Dance.‖ Paper presented at the
International Council for Kinetography Laban (ICKL) conference in London, England.
June, 2005.

Eliot, Karen. "Asserting the Rhythms: Moving Music in Student Performances of Merce
Cunningham's 'Inlets 2.'" Paper presented at the Sound Moves Conference. Roehampton
University, London, England. November 2005.

Feck, M Candace. "A Meeting of Minds: Adapting Laban's Movement Themes to Dance
Writing Projects in the Schools." 24th Biennial Conference of International Council of
Kinetography Laban (ICKL), Laban, London, UK. July 29-August 5, 2005.

Feck, M Candace. "Inverse Contextualization: Writing about Dance from the Inside Out."
28th Annual Society of Dance History Scholars Conference, Dancing from the Center at
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. June 11, 2005.

Feck, M Candace. "Spreading the Word: Expanding Community through Writing about
Dance." 36th International Congress On Research in Dance Annual Conference, Dance
and the Community at Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. March 3-5, 2005.

Maletic, Vera with Melanie Bales. "Dance Dynamics: Enhancing, Coaching and
Performing through Effort Phrasing." Workshop organized by Motus Humanus April 2-3,
2005 at the Ohio State University.

Marion, Sheila. Invited Keynote Address for the Taiwan Dance Research Society 2005
Annual Conference: Dance Meets Science. Title of paper: ―Movement Analyses:
Paradigms for Understanding Dance,‖ December 2, 2005, Taipei Physical Education
College.

Marion, Sheila. Presented paper: ―Process and Creativity in Directing from Score,‖ for
the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) October 6-9, 2005, University at
Buffalo, New York.

Marion, Sheila. Conference of the International Council of Kinetography Laban (ICKL),
July 29-August 4, 2005, London, England:

     Presented paper: Using LabanLab in the Classroom,‖ combined with discussion of
     translation of first two units of LabanLab into Spanish, with Inma Alvarez;

     Invited panel participant, Laban-Related Archives for full-day panel co sponsored
     by ICKL and the Society for Dance Research (UK), title: ―The Dance Notation
     Bureau Collection in the Ohio State University Special Collections Libraries.

Marion, Sheila. Author of the Research Technical Report for the Conference
Proceedings and on-site Research Panel Chair, responsible for organizing and overseeing
sessions on Labanotation/Kinetography Laban theory.

Marion, Sheila. Co-taught, with Ilene Fox, Labanotation Teacher Certification Course,
16 day course held at the Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan, June 20-July 5,
2005

Marion, Sheila. Presented paper: ―Dance in Popular Culture: Embodying American
Identities, Ideas and Cultures,‖ for the 2005 joint Popular Culture Association/American
Culture Association convention in San Diego, CA, March 23-26.

Marsh, L. Scott. ―Technology and Faculty Development.‖ Annual conference of the
National Association of Schools of Dance. Tampa, FL.

Marsh, L. Scott. Co-facilitator, ―Leadership/New Chair Workshop.‖ Annual conference
of the National Association of Schools of Dance. Tampa, FL.

Mockabee, V. and Boggia, R. Reflection: Anna Sokolow’s Steps of Silence Paper and
DVD-Video presented at National Dance Education Organization at Michigan State
University, Ann Arbor, MI. October 2005.


Consultation


Dixon, Melanye White. Ohio Department of Education, Center for Curriculum and
Assessment, Office of Curriculum and Instruction. Columbus, Ohio. Field Test
Reviewer for State of Ohio Model Dance Curriculum for grades K-12. April 2005.
Feck, M Candace. Member, CORD (Congress on Research in Dance) Board of Directors

Marsh, L. Scott. National Association of Schools of Dance. Accreditation review, Ball
State University Department of Dance. Muncie, IN.

Marsh, L. Scott. National Association of Schools of Dance. Accreditation review,
University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Dance. Madison, WI.

Marsh, L. Scott. External reviewer of chair designate, David Gere, for rank of professor
at University of Maryland, College Park.

Marion, Sheila. Member, Dance Notation Bureau in New York City, Board of Directors




Book

Maletic, Vera. Dance Dynamics: Effort and Phrasing. Workbook & DVD Companion.
Grade A Notes, Columbus, Ohio.

(Labanotation Scores)
Mockabee, Valarie. Miller, Bebe. Prey. New York City, New York: Dance Notation
Bureau Press.

Mockabee, Valarie. Shick, Vicky. Brain & Jennifer. Notated sections for inclusion in
DVD-ROM at Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.

Mockabee, Valarie. Traditional. Chinese Dances of the Sanai Province. Six notated
dances for inclusion in Digital Movement Archive at ACCAD. Sponsored by 2004
Federation of the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences Multidisciplinary Grant, Co-PIs:
Maria Palazzi, Valarie Mockabee, Mark Bender $25,000.

Book Section

Dixon, Melanye White. Temple University Press. Philadelphia, PA. Manuscript
Reviewer (selected chapters of the Autobiography of Jazz Dancer Frankie Manning).
May 2005.

Feck, M Candace. reviewed chapter for a book: Book title: International Handbook of
Research in Arts Education, ed. Liora Bresler. Chapter called "MOVING INTO DANCE:
DANCE APPRECIATION AS SUBJECT AND PRACTICE" by Ann Dils. Chapter was
revised and accepted, and book will be published in November 2006.
(Contributing Writer)
Giffin, John. ―Classical Dance: From Ballet to Broadway‖ (section 5.2) and
―Popular Dances‖ (Section 5.3). In Music! : Its Role And Importance In Our Lives,
authored by
Dr. George DeGraffenreid, Dr. Charles Fowler, Dr. Timothy Gerber and Dr. Vincent
Lawrence, Pages 102-113. New York, NY: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Editorial Board / Advisory

Marsh, L. Scott. Blind reviewer. Dance Research Journal (DRJ). Reviewed ―Demand
for Dance: Dance Faculty in Higher Education, 1992-1998.‖

Mockabee, Valarie. Serve on the Board of Trustees and hold the office of Treasurer for
the International Council of Kinetography Laban/Labanotation




Journal Article

Eliot, Karen. "Marking Time: The British Danseur and the Second World War, " Dance
Research Journal. 37/1: 56-74.

Feck, M Candace. reviewed article for Dance Research Journal. An article on William
Forsythe. Recommended extensive revisions (article has not yet been revised and
accepted for publication).

Feck, M Candace. "Against On." Teaching Artist Journal.3.3. Mahwah, New Jersey:
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005. 193-196.

Uris, Victoria. Touched by TOUCHED: A Subjective View . Dance Films Association‘s
Dance on Camera Journal. September-October, 2005 issue, Volume 8, No. 5

Mockabee, Valarie. DVD-ROM: Reflection: Anna Sokolow’s Steps of Silence
I completed a DVD-Video 3-Disk set totaling over 6 Gigabytes of information. I was
principal investigator for this project entitled ―Reflection: Anna Sokolow‘s Steps of
Silence‖. This project was funded by the National Endowment for the Arts (2002-03) and
created with Linda Smith, Director of Repertory Dance Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah,
and programmer and DVD designer Rachel Boggia.

Mockabee, Valarie. DVD-ROM: An Innovation in Dance Documentation, Part II:
Enhanced Process-Based Learning, ―Brain & Jennifer‖

Mockabee, Valarie. I worked with Arizona State University Assistant Professor, Mila
Parrish, to upgrade our original CD-ROM project to a DVD-ROM project entitled: An
Innovation in Dance Documentation, Part II: Enhanced Process-Based Learning, ―Brain
& Jennifer” choreography by Vicky Shick.
Performance

Bales, Melanie. Little Piano Pieces. Choreography. OSU Dance Downtown concert at
the Capitol Theatre‘s Riffe Center. Columbus, OH. May, 2005

Bruce, Michael Kelly. Gate. Dance. Post Cards From Utah. Salt Lake City, UT.

Dixon, Melanye White. Leap of Faith Dance Ensemble, Liturgical Concert Performance,
Columbus Performing Arts Center. Columbus, Ohio. June 2005.

Eliot, Karen. Restaging of Merce Cunningham's "Inlets 2." Dance Downtown, Ohio State
University. Columbus, OH. March 2005.

Eliot, Karen. Restaging of Merce Cunningham's "Inlets 2." Special Awards Ceremony for
Merce Cunningham at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. October 2005.

Giffin, John. L’Apres-midi d’un Faune. Reconstruction of Vaslav Nijinsky‘s original
1912 choreography
from Labanotation score. Firebird, BalletMet/OSU program, Mershon Auditorium,
May12-15, Columbus, Ohio.

Hadley, Susan. Reich Dance. Collaboration with the OSU Percussion Ensemble, six
dancers, music: Reich : "Music for Pieces of Wood."
Performance venues:
DRUMS DOWNTOWN, Capitol Theatre, Cols., OH, February 4, 2005
DANCE DOWNTOWN, Capitol Theatre, Cols., OH, March 3-5 2005
PERCUSSIVE ARTS SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, Columbus
Convention Center, November, 5, 2005

Hadley, Susan. Ogoun Badagris. Collaboration with the OSU Percussion Ensemble, 9
dancers, music: Christopher Rouse: "Ogoun Badagris."
Performance Venue: DRUMS DOWNTOWN, Capitol Theatre, Cols., OH, February 4,
2005

Hadley, Susan. Just Add Water. Collaboration with the OSU Percussion Ensemble,
quartet, music: Russell Hartenberger: "Drumtalker" from "Invisible Proverb."
Performance venues:
DRUMS DOWNTOWN, Capitol Theatre, Cols., OH, February 4, 2005
DANCE DOWNTOWN, Capitol Theatre, Cols., OH, March 3-5 2005

Uris, Victoria. Breakers. Dance. mus.-Franz Schubert 14 dancers (recorded in
Labanotation, 1991)
2005 Dance Theatre Fall Concert, University of Idaho. Moscow, Idaho. Directed from the
Labanotation score by Greg Halloran
2005 Swoop, Tumble, Fly: the Art of Motion, University of Hawai'i-Manoa, Honolulu,
Hawaii. Directed from the Labanotation score by Odette Blum

Uris, Victoria. 3 Screenings. Curate three Dance on Camera programs from the Dance
films Association/Film society at Lincoln Center Dance on Camera Festival. The Ohio
State University Department of Dance. Columbus, Ohio.

Uris, Victoria. Igor & Svetlana. Video Documentary [A documentary on the artistry of
international ballroom champions Igor and Svetlana Iskhakov -- V. Uris: Dir/Edit/Vid;
Kim Root: Vid; John Giffin: Co-Dir].
Glendale Performing Arts Center, Sarasota, FL, Jan. 2005 (DFA tour)

Zuniga-Shaw, Norah. Nearly Invisible. Media designer for dance performance. Turning
the Wheel Production Inc. Boulder, CO.

Zuniga-Shaw, Norah. Streets Called Home: Crossroads in the Digital Diaspora.
Choreographer. World Summit on the Information Society, Gala Event. Tunisia.

Zuniga-Shaw, Norah. Fallen. Choreographer and media designer. Sullivant Hall, OSU.
Columbus, OH.

Zuniga-Shaw, Norah. Fallen. Choreographer and media designer. :03 Minute Portions,
Gallery Hop. Columbus, OH.

Appendix #2

Mockabee, Valarie. 2005     Dance Preservation Fund Grant, to fund restaging of Mark
Morris' All Fours from Labanotation score. This part of the funding will go to notator
Sandra Aberkalns. Requested: $3936.00. Awarded: $3936.00


Appendix #3

Giffin, John. Elected to Board of OhioDance, 2005-2008.


Department of Design

Conference /Papers/Lectures:

Stone, Brian. World Usability Day, Program Director, Ohio State University, November
2005

Stone, Brian. Thoughts on Design - Graduate Education at OSU, Podcast:
www.thepreparedmind.com, Interview by Chris Gee, November 2005
Stone, Brian. “Expanding the Typographic Vocabulary: Temporal Narrative and Type in
Motion”, AIGA National Education Conference : Revolutions, Online published
proceedings, June, 2005.

Stone, Brian. “Diversity in the Classroom”, AIGA National Education Conference :
Revolutions, Panel chair and moderator, June, 2005

Stone, Brian. “Connection/Reflection: A Process in Teaching Visual Communication
Design”, Teachers on Teaching, OSU Faculty and TA Development, Volume 2, June
2005

Stone, Brian. “Designing an ePortfolio Experience”, Digital Union Anniversary
Showcase, The Ohio State University, May, 2005

Stone, Brian. Academy of Teaching Roundtable Conversation, Moderator and co-
coordinator, Teaching and Learning at Ohio State… The Student Perspective, April 2005

Acker, S., Stone, Brian, and Wolf, A. “ePortfolio and Knowledge Sharing”, Apple Digital
Campus Leadership Institute, University of Missouri (Columbia), March, 2005

Price, Alan, co-author with Anna Sofaer, “The Sundagger Interactive”,10th Bienial
Southwest Symposium: Acts of History: Ritual, Landscape, and Historical Archaeology
in the U.S. Southwest and Northwest Mexico Las Cruces, NM, paper presented January
12, 2006.

Arnold, James. Big Ideas: a History of Field Research in Industrial Design in the United
States proceedings of Joining Forces: Design Research, Industries and a New Interface
for Competitiveness, a Pre-conference of the World Design Congress Era05 at the
University of Art and Design Helsinki, Finland.

Chan, Peter. “Teaching Brand Design: A Visual Communication Design case Study”,
proceeding of International Conference on Design Education: Tradition and Modernity
(DETM 2005). National Institute of Design, Paldi, Ahmedabad, India. 2-4 March 2005

Chan, Peter. “A Design Development Process of A Web-Based Online Course: An Art
Education Course Case Study” in proceeding of International Conference on Design
Education: Tradition and Modernity (DETM 2005). National Institute of Design, Paldi,
Ahmedabad, India. 2-4 March 2005

Chan, Peter. Design Research Lecture/Presentation on Design Education with Design
Faculty and Students at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong
22 March, 2005

Butter, Reinhart, 'User-oriented Seat Concepts for the North American Market'.
Paper presented upon invitation at 5th International CTI Forum on Automotive Seats,,
June 2005, Wiesbaden, Germany.
Butter, Reinhart, Keynote speech, presentation on 'Research in Transportation Design at
OSU' and roundtable discussion at Interdesign 2005, Kyonggi University, Suwon, South
Korea, November 2005.

Butter, Reinhart, 'Buzzwords in Design Research'. Lecture at Fursys Corp., Seoul, South
Korea, November 2005.

Butter, Reinhart, 'Topical Research Issues in Design', lecture at Samsung Corporate
Design Center, Seoul, South Korea, November 2005

Goeller Heike, Balancing Hemispheres, Seminarwoche, Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany

Haase, Jeff. Open Air Workshop, The Teachers College of Technology, Tel Aviv,
Israel, Workshop Facilitator, March, 2005

Haase, Jeff. Contemporary Representation Techniques, The Teachers College of
Technology, Tel Aviv, Israel, Interactive Presentation and Seminar , March, 2005

Crossing Dimensions: A New way to Look at Spatial Representation, Gresham and
Smith Architects , Jacksonville, Florida, August, 2005

Haase, J. “Borrowing from Animators: Introducing Animation Early in the Design
Process in Order to Better Represent Spatial Environments”, Proceedings International
Visual Literacy Association Conference, Orlando, Florida
October, 2005.

Haase, Jeff. Future Curriculum for Ohio Design & Interior Construction Programs

Haase, Jeff. College Tech Prep Inc., Columbus, Ohio, Panelist, January, 2005

Kaufman, James. "Professional Internships and Cooperative Industrial Design
Education," Engineering and Product Design Education Conference, Edinburgh
Scotland, Sept. 15, 2005 published in: Crossing Design Boundaries, chapter 4 -
"Teamwork," pp.219-223, Taylor & Francis 2005

Gill, C “Ambiguous Representational Systems in Visualization Assessment” Engineering
and Product Design Education Conference 15-16 September 2005, Napier University,
Edinburgh, U.K. –session chair

Gill, C, Lilly, B, Forsgren, R “Bringing a Product Design Perspective to an Engineering
Driven Organization” Engineering and Product Design Education Conference 15-16
September 2005, Napier University, Edinburgh, U.K.
Gill, C “Bringing the Product Design Perspective to Engineers: From Undergraduates to
Advanced Professionals” The 2005 Eastman IDSA National Education Conference 2005
Washington DC. August 2005

Steve Acker, Henry Fields, Carolina Gill, Paul Nini & Blaine Lilly “The man Who
Tasted Shapes: A conversation Among designers” Institute for Collaborative Research
and Public Humanities and Visual Literacy Working Group The Ohio State University,
Autumn 2005

Brian Stone, Carolina Gill, Maureen Carter, Kermit Bailey “Diversity in Design
Education” AIGA: Revolution, Panel Discussion American Institute of Graphic Arts
Education Conference Philadelphia, June 3-4 2005

Gill, Carolina, Shen, Han Wei, Lilly, Blaine, “ Visual Literacy Across Disciplines”
Institute for Collaborative Research and Public Humanities and Visual Literacy Working
Group The Ohio State University, Spring 2005

Gill, Carolina, “Visual Literacy, PowerPoint and Presentations” Graduate Seminar
Series ISE 881 Industrial Systems Engineering The Ohio State University, Autumn 2005

Nini, Paul. “Sharpening One’s Axe: Making a Case for a Comprehensive Approach to
Research in the Graphic Design Process,” Paper presented at conference and published in
the Mexico Design Perspectives Conference Proceedings, University Iberoamericana,
Mexico City.

Nini, Paul. “Sharpening One’s Axe: Making a Case for a Comprehensive Approach to
Research in the Graphic Design Process,” UCDA Design Educators Summit, Nashville,
TN.

Nini, Paul. “Research for More Effective Visual Communication Design.” Presented at
the School of Design, University of Cincinnati, OH

Journal Article

Nini, Paul. “Sharpening One’s Axe: Making a Case for a Comprehensive Approach to
Research in the Graphic Design Process.” ICOGRADA web-site feature article,
http://www.icograda.org/

Nini, Paul. “Graphic Design Family Values.” Voice: AIGA Journal of Design (Education
Forum), American Institute of Graphic Arts, http://journal.aiga.org/

Curatorship:

Goeller, Heike. Department of Design Senior Show Hopkins Hall Gallery Columbus,
Ohio, June
Exhibition organization
Goeller, Heike. Interior Design Program Hopkins Hall Ligthing Lab, Columbus, Ohio,
October 05
Show coordinator

Artwork:

Price, Alan, “Antipode/2:” Faculty Exchange and project collaboration at
Fachhochschule Schwabisch Hall, Max Kade Gruner Baum, Schwabisch Hall, Germany,
June 5-19, 2005, Interactive real time animation installation using GPS mapping of 3D
imagery and video pattern recognition.

Price, Alan, “Overpass”, Transmediale – International Media Art Festival Berlin, Berlin
Germany, February 3-8, 2005, Computer Animation.

Price, Alan, “Overpass”, 5th Annual Beecher Center Digital Arts & Computer
Animation Competition, The Beecher Center for Art and Technology at The Butler
Institute of American Art, Youngstown Ohio, November 23, 2005 – April 16, 2006,
Computer Animation.

Price, Alan, Magnificat III, Festival of Women Composers, Piacenza, Italy. September
11, 2005, Real time responsive animation to live music composition.

Price, Alan, Magnificat III, The Upgrade! Montreal: The In & Out of the Sound Studio
conference - Montreal, July 28, 2005, Real time responsive animation to live music
composition.

Price, Alan, Magnificat III, FTM 8 - Feminist Theory and Music 8 - The City University
of New York, NYC. June 24, 2005, Real time responsive animation to live music
composition.

Price, Alan, Magnificat III, Stanford University, CA. April 17, 2005, Real time
responsive animation to live music composition.

Price, Alan, Magnificat III, Fine Arts Recital Hall, UMBC, Baltimore, MD. April 12,
2005, Real time responsive animation to live music composition.


Consultation

Stone, Brian. Chemical Abstracts (CAS), Application Design and Development,
Columbus, OH, January 2005

Stone, Brian. Nationwide Insurance, User Centered Web Design, Workshop Series
(Heuristics, Observation, Architecture, Card Sorting), Columbus, OH and Des Moines,
IA, July 2005
Stone, Brian. Franklin County Children’s Services, Focus Group Study – Facilitator,
Relationships, Placement, and Web Communication, December 2005

Price, Alan, Center for Convergent Design, Real time animation applications for patient
testing at the Ataxia-Telangiectasia Center, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore,
MD, identification of solutions for sensor input, virtual reality displays, and user interface
design.

Chan, Peter. The Procter and Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Participated in Global
design research fieldtrips with Health Care Marketing, Consumer Research and
Packaging Design team. March - April 2005, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Mexico City, Mexico;
Sydney, Australia.

Chan, Peter. The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Design management of
brand identity and packaging design of personal health care consumer products.

Chan, Peter. The WOSU Media Company, Columbus, Ohio. Brand design consultant and
key committee member of WOSU new brand identity design team.

Butter, Reinhart, AtriCure, Inc., West Chester OH. Research on ergonomics and
semantics applied to the design concept development and refinement of the 'Transpolar
Ablation Applicator' - a surgical tool in the process of being released.

Goeller, Heike. FITCH, Educational Cooperation, Worthington, Ohio, advising

Goeller, Heike. Atwell House Renovation Columbus, Ohio, interior design advisor

Gill, Carol. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Engineering
Training Program, Innovation Design for Engineering Applications, Dryden Flight
Research Center, CA July 2005, Kennedy Space Center, Fla, August 2005

Book

Carlson, Wayne. Between the Rivers: The Story of Grandview Heights and Marble Cliff,
Infinity Press, Konshohocken, NJ. 2005

Book Section

Smith, P.J., Stone, R.B. and Spencer, A. (in press) Design as a prediction task: Applying
cognitive psychology to system development. In W. Marras and W. Karwowski
(eds.).Handbook of Industrial Ergonomics, 2nd Edition. New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc.

Butter, R. - Krippendorff, Klaus, 'The Semantic Turn - a new foundation for design',
Taylor & Francis/CRT Press., November 2005. Intimate collaboration by providing
pivotal examples of process and results of professional and student work at OSU. Also,
provision and formatting of most visuals of the 380 page book
Nini, Paul. “Graphic Design Family Values.” In "The Education of a Graphic Designer,"
second edition. Steven Heller, editor. Pages 63-65. Allworth Press, NY, NY.

Editorial Board/Advisory

Stone, Brian. AIGA National Education Conference: Revolutions, Philadelphia, PA,
Paper session reviewer (peer), March 2005

Stone, Brian. IV05: 9th International Conference on Information Visualization, London,
England, Paper session reviewer (peer), January 2005.

Butter, Reinhart, US Correspondent for the design magazine 'Form', Frankfurt, Germany.

Butter, Reinhart, Member of the Technical Advisory Board of the International CTI
Forum Automotive Seats, Sulzbach/Taunus, Germany.




Design

Chan, Peter. “Lino Tagliapietra-From Venice to Columbus: the Journey of a
Glassblower.” Exhibition catalog. Hawk Galleries, Columbus, OH.

Chan, Peter. “Teaching Artist Journal.” Volume 3, Number 3 and 4. Design direction
(collaborated with Professor Nini and Visual Communication Design senior, Greg
Aylleworth). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Mahwah, NJ.

Goeller, Heike. Lee Residence Space Planning and Conceptual Design, Hai Mook Lee,
Suwon Korea

Presentation

Palazzi, Maria. “Jane: Diary of a Dinosaur, Megaconference VII, Internet2/OSU,
December 2005.

Appendix #2

Allyn and Bacon Publishers (Boston), Stone, Brian. $10,000, Investigations in Textbook
Design, Research and Course Collaborative, Principal Investigator w/ Paul Nini,
September 2005

Design Central, Butter, Reinhart. Development effort leading to a $12,000.- gift to the
Department of Design in support of the Design+Society Lecture Series.

Center for Automotive Research, Butter, Reinhart, PI, Consortium on ITS (Intelligent
Transportation Systems) 'Visionary concepts for tomorrow's Automotive Cockpits and
Interiors, Phase III', ca. $50,000, completion in June 2005.

Center for Automotive Research, Butter, Reinhart, Co-PI, NHTSA sponsored project on
'Advanced Seating Restraint System Development' (extended), total of $200,000,
completed in September 2005.

Procter and Gamble/IDSA Collaborative Project, PI Carolina Gill, CoPi Jim Arnold,
Brian Stone, $40,000

Battelle Endowment for Technology and Human Affairs for “Design & Society:
Technology, the Environment, and Social Impact – A Public Lecture Series,”
Wayne Carlson, July 1, 2005 - June 30, 2006, $43,950.

Palazzi, Maria. “Digital Animation: A Technology Mentoring Program for
Young Women”, Fifth/Third Bank, $7,000

Palazzi, Maria. “Digital Animation: A Technology Mentoring Program for Young
Women”, Ingram-White Castle Foundation, $15,000.

Appendix #3

Price, Alan. 1st Place Award, Computer Animation Category, 5th Annual Beecher Center
Digital Arts & Computer Animation Competition, The Beecher Center for Art and
Technology at The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown Ohio.

Goeller, Heicke. Schwaebisch Gmuend Design VIP , July 15, 2005

Carlson, Wayne. Apple Distinguished Educator Award


Department of History of Art

Conference/Papers/Lectures

Andrews, Julia F. Lecture, "Contemporary Art and Social Change in China and
Russia," presented November 17, 2005, at the Asia Center, Harvard University,
Cambridge, MA.

Andrews, Julia F. Conference Paper, ―Black and White, In and Out,‖ presented October
20-23, 2005 at the multidisciplinary conference “The Roles and Representations of Walls
in the Reshaping of Chinese Modernity,‖ University at Buffalo and Albright-Knox Art
Galleries, Buffalo, NY.

Andrews, Julia F. Guest lectures on mid-twentieth century Chinese painting presented in
June, 2005, in conjunction with exhibition planning for ―Chinese Painting on the Eve of
the Communist Revolution: Zhang Shuqi and His Circle,‖ at Cantor Museum of Art,
Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

Andrews, Julia F. Conference Paper, "War in Black and White: Chinese Prints During the
War of Resistance to Japan," presented May 11, 2005 at the Electronic Cultural Atlas
Initiative Shanghai Conference, Special History and Visual Documents Session, Fudan
University, Shanghai, China.

Andrews, Julia F. Conference Paper, "The Guangzhou-Tokyo Print Exchanges of 1935
and 1936," presented April 30, 2005 at the conference, Cross-Cultural Artistic Exchange
in Later Chinese and Japanese History, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Andrews, Julia F. Conference Paper, "The Modern Print Society and Institutionalization
of the Woodblock Print in 1930s China," presented April 1, 2005 at the Association of
Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Session 77: Modern Institutions of Art in Republican
China, Chicago, IL.


Crane, Howard. ―Eastern Encounters: America and the Art of the Islamic World,‖
Presentation given October 13, 2005 as part of the 2005 Sagan National Colloquium ―The
United States and the Islamic World: Challenges and Prospects at Ohio Wesleyan
University.

Florman, Lisa. ―LHOOQ Again: Tradition as Revision in the Work of Marcel
Duchamp,‖ delivered at the symposium ―Shifting Pasts,‖ organized by the American
Philosophical Society and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation; Hamburg, Germany,
October 2005.

Florman, Lisa. Moderator, ―Part Object Part Sculpture‖ Symposium, Wexner Center for
the Arts, November 2005. Speakers: Briony Fer, Hal Foster, and Mignon Nixon.

Green, Ron. ―The Film/Video Loop,‖ Annual Conference of the Society for Film and
Media Studies, London, March, 2005

Green, Ron. ―Critical Theories of Trauma Symposium: A Response to Bhashart Sarkar‘s
The Critical Enchantment of Mourning,‖ Hale Black Cultural Center, Gender and Ethnic
Conflicts CIRIT Faculty Group Third Annual Symposium, May 27, 2005.

Groseclose, Barbara. ―Banyans in Boston: Clothing and the non-Traveller.‖ Paper
presented at the APEAA (Portuguese-English/American Studies Association). Minho,
Portugal.

Groseclose, Barbara. ―Rondo a la Turque: Some Portraits by John Singleton Copley.‖
Paper presented at the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.
Haegar, Barbara. ―Mediating and Activating Sacred Space‖ (organized session),
Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Atlanta, October 2005.

Haegar, Barbara. "The Facade of the St. Carolus Borromeus Church: Marking the
Threshold of the Sacred,‖ International Symposium: Innovation and Experience in the
Early Baroque in the Southern Netherlands: The Case of the St. Carolus Borromeus
Church in Antwerp, Higher Institute of Architectural Sciences, Antwerp, December 2005.

Haegar, Barbara. ―The Façade of the Jesuit Church in Antwerp: Mediating between the
Secular and the Sacred,‖ Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Atlanta, October 2005

Melville, Stephen. ―Painting and Experience.‖ Paper presented at Contemporary
Painting in Context. Copenhagen, Denmark. November 2005

Melville, Stephen. ―At Home in the University.‖ Lecture presented at Johns Hopkins
University. Baltimore, MD: October 2005

Melville, Stephen. ―Object, Body, Sentence.‖ Paper presented at Part Object, Part
Scupture. Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University. Columbus, OH:
November 2005

Melville, Stephen. ―The Mouth of the World.‖ Paper presented at The Concept of the
Horizon and the Limits of Representation. Ohio State University. Columbus, OH: May
2005.

Mudrak, Myroslava M. ―In Search of a Modernist Style: Ukrainian Book Graphics of the
1920s-1930s.‖ Harvard Summer School. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Mudrak, Myroslava M. ―Archipenko Between East and West.‖ VII World Congress of
the International Council for Central and East European Studies. Berlin, Germany.

Mudrak, Myroslava M. ―Alexander Archipenko Revisited: Current Scholarship
Symposium. Closing Remarks.‖ Cooper Union. New York, New York.

Mudrak, Myroslava M. ―Cross-Cultural Influences in the Post-Soviet Era: the Case of
Ukraine.‖ American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. Salt Lake City,
Utah.

Odita, E. Okechukwu. Chaired Plenary Session, Third International
Symposium of NÁSA (Nigerian Art Studies Association), National Gallery
of Art, Lagos, Nigeria, August 20, 2005

Odita, E. Okechukwu. ―Understanding Contemporary African Art‖ at Indiana
Purdue University, Fort Wayne Campus, during the Gifts of Africa: Diversity
Awareness Conference, Saturday, February 26, 2005
Shelton, Andrew. ―Impressionism: The Social and Political Background,‖ Renoir, Then
and Now (public symposium in conjunction with the exhibition Renoir’s Women), The
Columbus Museum of Art, October 16, 2005

Vinegar, Aron. ―The Dream Navel of Historicism,‖ Changing Boundaries: Architectural
History in Transition (INHA/SAH Symposium), Paris, France, September 1-4, 2005

Vinegar, Aron. ―One Dummy, Two Voices,‖ Thinking on the Boundaries: The
Availability of Philosophy in Film and Literature, University of South Carolina, Feb 10-
12, 2005

Vinegar, Aron. Invited Discussant/Respondent, ―Viollet-le-Duc and Medieval Art,‖
College Art Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, February 16-19, 2005

Vinegar, Aron. Conference Organizer, The Concept of the Horizon and the Limits of
Representation, Ohio State University, May 13-14, 2005 (participants include: Mike
Cadwell, John Culbert, Whitney Davis, Michael Golec, Taft Green, Stephen Melville,
Jeffrey Kipnis, Spyros Papapetros, Johanne Sloan, David Summers, Gail Weiss, and
David Wills)

Catalogues/Curatorship

Andrews, Julia F. Consulting curator for "Chinese Painting on the Eve of the Communist
Revolution: Chang Shu-ch'i and His Circle," Cantor Museum, Stanford University,
scheduled to open July 16, 2006.

Florman, Lisa. Exhibition catalogues: Entries for ―Marcel Broodthaers,‖ ―Lucio
Fontana,‖ and ―Piero Manzoni,‖ in Helen Molesworth, Part Object/Part Sculpture
(Wexner Center for the Arts and Penn State University Press, 2005).

Odita, E. Okechukwu. Barah Diokhane. Unusual Artist: Unusual Art, KIACA
Gallery, Short North,Columbus Ohio, PAINTING, December 17, 2004January
22, 2005

Odita, E. Okechukwu. Kojo Kamau and Abdi Robe. Documentary
Photography: Two ArtistsOne African AncestryDifferent Viewpoints, KIACA
Gallery. Short North, Columbus Ohio, PHOTOGRAPHY, February 5April 2,
2005.

Odita, E. Okechukwu. Leni Anderson and Mohamed-Saeed Omer, Does Art
Imitate Life? A Cultural Perspective, KIACA Gallery, Short North, Columbus
Ohio, PAINTING, April 22June 12, 2005

Shelton, Andrew. ―Girodet et Boutard: Portrait d‘une alliance artistico-journalistique au
temps de Napoléon‖ in Sylvain Bellanger ed., Girodet (1767-1824), Paris,
Gallimard/Musée du Louvre, 2005, 129-35
Vinegar, Aron. Reaction Facets: International Seaport; port 2 of 2; energy distribution,
holding light, memory of Cuyp, Banyard Gallery, Knowlton School of Architecture, May
9-June 10, 2005

Consultation

Andrews, Julia F. CIEE Fulbright Senior Scholar Review Panel, fall, 2005.

Andrews, Julia F. Luce-Fulbright Art History in China Initiative, fall, 2005 (peer
review committee).

Andrews, Julia F. Getty Post-Doctoral Fellowship (peer reviewer).

Crane, Howard. Islamicist, Archaeological Exploration of the mound of Gözlµ Kµle,
Tarsus (sponsored by Boÿaziçi University, Istanbul and Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr,
PA).

Crane, Howard. Advisor to Remmeit Lukkien of Dutch TV for preparation of a
documentary on the life and work of Sinan.

Fullerton, Mark D. J.P. Getty Foundation, Postdoctoral Fellowships. Reviewed
applications in Greek and Roman Art.

Fullerton, Mark D. National Humanities Center, Durham, NC. Reviewed fellowship
applications.

Groseclose, Barbara. National Endowment for the Humanities. Museum Exhibition and
Consultation Grants. Washington, DC. Evaluate institutional applicants for NEH grants.

Groseclose, Barbara. Fulbright Association. Senior Specialist Advisory Board.
Columbus/Washington, DC. Evaluate individual applicants for Fulbright awards.

Huntington, John. Dallas Museum of Art 2006, Catalogue of the Buddhist and
Himalayan Collection.

Meyer, Arline. Sotheby's, London, UK, re: painting of the Godolphin Arabian by John
Wooton.

Books

Shelton, Andrew. Ingres and his Critics, Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Book Section
Crane, Howard. ―Islamic Finds from Gözlµkµle,‖ Tarsus, in Field Season 2001-2003 of
the Tarsus-Gözlµkµle Interdisciplinary Research Project, ed. Aslª Özyar, Istanbul: Ege
Yayhªnlarª, 2005, pp. 83-85.

Haegar, Barbara. ―Abbot Van der Sterre and St. Michael‘s Abbey: the restoration of its
church, its image, and its place in Antwerp,‖ in Sponsors of the Past: Flemish Art and
Patronage in Flanders (Brepols, 2005), 157-180.

Melville, Stephen. ―Reckoning with Kant.‖ In Art History Versus Aesthetics, edited by
James Elkins, 220-229. New York, NY: Routledge.


Morganstern, James. (with Minott Kerr) ―Reconstructing Medieval Design and Building
Practices: The Evidence from Notre-Dame at Jumièges,‖ Archaeology in Architecture:
Studies in Honor of Cecil L. Striker, J.J. Emerick and D.M. Deliyannis (eds.), Mainz,
Verlag Phillip von Zabern, 2005, pp. 143-154


Mudrak, Myroslava M. ―Czech Modernism and the Ukrainian Studio of Plastic Arts:
Parallel Strategies.‖ In Ukrajinské vytvarné umení v meziválecném Ceskoslovensku

[Ukrainian Visual Arts in Interwar Czechoslovakia], edited by Oksana Pelenska, pp. 53-
63. Prague, Czech Republic: Národní knihovna CR [National Library of the Czech
Republic].

Editorial Board/Advisory

Andrews, Julia F. Editorial review board. Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art.
Vol. 4, nos. 1-4 (2005).

Andrews, Julia F. Editorial review board. Modern Chinese Literature and Culture. Vol.
17, nos. 1-2 (2005).

Crane, Howard. Editorial Board, Muqarnas (Annual of the Aga Khan Program in Islamic
Architecture at Harvard and MIT

Melville, Stephen. Editorial Board, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism.

Melville, Stephen. Editorial Board, RES.

Mudrak, Myroslava M. Advisory Board, Harvard Ukrainian Studies (January 2005-
December 2009).

Journal Articles/Reviews
Andrews, Julia F. ―Art and the Cosmopolitan Culture of 1920s Shanghai: Liu Haisu and
the Nude Model Controversy,‖ Chungguksa Yongu-- Journal of Chinese Historical
Researches (The Korean Society for Chinese History), no. 35 (April, 2005), special issue,
Chinese History through Art, pp. 323-372.

Fullerton, Mark D. Review of Queyrel, François, Les Portraits des Attalides. Fonction
et representation. (BEFAR 308.) Pp. 378, pls. 75. Paris: de Boccard, 2003. In American
Journal of Archaeology 109 (2005) 317-318.

Melville, Stephen. ―Shifting in the Ruins.” Journal of Visual Culture. 4/3 (December
2005): 275-286

Melville, Stephen. ―‘Doswiadczenie‘ w latach szescdziesatych.‖ (―Experience‖ in the
1960s). Sztuka I Filozofia . 26 (2005): 37-53. [This is a Polish translation of a text that
has not appeared in English.

Melville, Stephen. ―Object and Objectivity in Damisch.‖ Oxford Art Journal. 28/2
(2005): 183-189.

Melville, Stephen. Response to a Questionnaire on the European Humanities University.
Tonoc. 1/10 (2005): 196-198.

Mudrak, Myroslava M. ―Impossible Histories: Historical Avant-gardes, Neo avant-
gardes, and Post avant-gardes in Yugoslavia, 1918-1991, ed. Dubravka Djuric and Misko
Suvakovic. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003,‖ Centropa, vol. 5, no. 2 (May 2005): 162-164.

Edited Books

Melville, Stephen. The Lure of the Object (Clark Studies in the Visual Arts).
Williamstown, MA: The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute.

Appendix #2

Appendix #3

Huntington, Susan L. Mary Jane Crowe Professorship in Art History, Fall 2005.
Northwestern University


School of Music


Journal Articles

Atkinson, Charles. ―Tonus.‖ Handwörterbuch der musikalischen Terminologie 39
Freiburg im Breisgau.
Williams, Kenneth. ―What aspects of teaching rhythm are the most difficult for your
intern teachers?‖ Keyboard Companion 16 (Summer 2005): 33-34.

Williams, Kenneth. ―Reshaping Dreams: ‗A Life with Music‘ or ‗A Life in Music?‖ in
Forum Focus: College Faculty. American Music Teacher 55 (October/November 2005):
71-73.

Weait, Christopher. ―Chamber Wind Music for Double Reeds by Eastman School of
Music Composers.‖ (co-authored Crissey, H.E. Jr.). International Double Reed Society,
The Double Reed, 28(2), pp. 61-74.

Books (and music compositions)

Conable, William. Mozart, Trio for Celli (arrangement). SibeliusMusic.com.

Conable, William. Mozart, Quintet for Celli (arrangement). SibeliusMusic.com.

Conable, William. Goltermann, Danses Allemandes, Series 1& 2. SibeliusMusic.com.

Conable, William. Cervetto, Sonata #1 for Cello and Continuo (scholarly edition &
realization). SibeliusMusic.com.

Frego, David (co-author Leck, H.). Creating Artistry Through Movement: Dalcroze
Eurhythmics in the Choral Setting. Hal Leonard. Milwaukee, WI. 2005.

Gillespie, Robert. Essential Elements for Strings Teachers Resource Kit Volume 1. Co-
authored with Allen, Michael, Hayes, Pam. Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard Publishing,

Mazo, Margarita. Igor Stravinsky's Les Noces. London, UK: Chester Music.

Weait, Christopher. Bach Suite of Fugues for Woodwind Quintet (arrangement). Sarasota
FL. Trillenium Music Co.


Book Sections (includes Encyclopedia Articles)

Mazo, Margarita. "Singing as Experience among Russian American Molokans." in Music
in American Religious Experience, ed. Philip Bohlman, et al., pp. 83-124. New York,
NY: Oxford University Press.

Rosow, Lois. "Power and Display: Music in Court Theatre." in The Cambridge History of
Seventeenth-Century Music, ed. Tim Carter and John Butt. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge
University Press.
Conferences/Papers/Lectures

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Conducting for Elementary Choral Teachers. Oklahoma Music
Educators Association Annual Conference, Tulsa, OK. Conference presentation.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Developing Vocal Skills in the General Music Class. Oklahoma
Music Educators Association Annual Conference, Tulsa, OK. Conference presentation.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Warm-ups and their Relationship to Repertoire. Pennsylvania
American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Summer Conference, State College, PA.
Conference presentation.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Leadership Styles and the Conductor. Pennsylvania American Choral
Directors Association (ACDA) Summer Conference, State College, PA. Conference
presentation.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Choral Perspectives. Pennsylvania American Choral Directors
Association (ACDA) Summer Conference, State College, PA, Conference presentation.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Conducting Masterclass: The Relationship between Gesture and
Tone. Pennsylvania American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Summer
Conference, State College, PA. Conference presentation.

Atkinson, Charles. "Alia via in Aliam musicam." University of Iowa Music History and
Theory Colloquium Series, Iowa City, IA.

Atkinson, Charles. "Ars grammatica and the Ars musica in Carolingian Schools: Glosses
on Martianus Capella and Boethius." for the Medieval Academy of America, Boston,
MA.

Frego, David (co-authored). The Role of Improvisation in the Elementary Music
Classroom. Music Educators National Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. Research
presentation.

Gillespie, Robert. Getting the Best from Your String Students. American String Teachers
Association. Reno, NV. Conference presentation.

Gillespie, Robert. Rehearsal Strategies for School Orchestras. New York Music
Educators Association. Rochester, NY. Conference presentation.

Harris, Donald. Growing Up American in Paris. Musicology Lecture Series. Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH.

Mazo, Margarita. "Spatial and Temporal Aspects of Stravinsky's Creative Process." at
Roehampton University. London, UK.
Mazo, Margarita. "The Silver Age and Russian Music Culture, 1900 1917." at Cambridge
University. Cambridge, UK.

Editorial Boards

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Editorial Board. Council for Research in Music Education Bulletin
(CRME). Reviewing articles.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Editorial Board. The Choral Journal (ACDA). Reviewing articles.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Editorial Board. The International Journal of Research in Choral
Singing. Reviewing articles.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Research Column Editor, The Choral Journal. Soliciting and editing
articles.

Consultation (includes workshops and clinics)

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Choral Festival. Kansas City, MO. Adjudicator.

Apfelstadt, Hilary. National ACDA Graduate Conducting Competition. Los Angeles, CA,
Judge.

Conable, William. Alexander Technique. Tunghai University. Taichung, Taiwan.
Workshop.

Conable, William. Alexander Technique. Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan. Workshop.

Conable, William. Alexander Technique. Budapest, Hungary. Workshop.

Frego, David. Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Indiana Orff Schulwerk Chapter, Indianapolis, IN.
Workshop.

Frego, David. Dalcroze Eurhythmics in the Elementary School Curriculum. Lancaster
City Schools. Lancaster, OH. Workshop.

Frego, David. Dalcroze Eurhythmics in the Secondary Curriculum. Tennessee Arts
Academy, Belmont College, Nashville, TN. Workshop.

Frego, David. Dalcroze Eurhythmics in Therapy. Carnegie Mellon University, Dalcroze
Institute: Pittsburgh, PA. Workshop.

Frego, David. Dalcroze Eurhythmics in the Elementary General Classroom. Rye School
District: Rye. Workshop.
Frego, David. Introduction to Dalcroze Eurhythmics. North Carolina Orff Schulwerk
Chapter, Raleigh, NC. Workshop.

Frego, David. The Active Classroom: Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Indiana Music Educators
Association, Indianapolis, IN. Clinic.

Frego, David. Dalcroze and Kodaly Together. Ohio Music Educators Association,
Cleveland, OH. Workshop.

Frego, David. Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Meredith College, Raleigh, NC. Workshop.

Frego, David. Introduction to Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Kentucky Music Educators
Association, Louisville, KY. Workshop.

Frego, David. Introduction to Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Inland Empire Orff Schulwerk
Chapter, Spokane, WA. Workshop.

Frego, David. The Active Classroom: Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Organization of American
Kodaly Educators National Conference, Charlotte, NC. Co-presented workshop.

Gillespie, Robert. Materials for Success with String Students. Fulton County Schools.
Atlanta, GA. Presentation.

Gillespie, Robert. Materials for Success with String Students. Fayetteville Schools.
Atlanta, GA. Presentation.

Robinson, Paul. Preparing Students for a Career in Music: Tools of the Trade. Richard
Davis Foundation Double Bass Conference, Madison, WI.

Weait, Christopher. Double Reed Day. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.
Guest teacher.

Weait, Christopher. WindFest 2005. Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario,
Canada. Guest coach.

Weait, Christopher. Fourth Annual Summer Bassoon Extravaganza. Emory University,
Atlanta, GA. Guest teacher and coach.

Weait, Christopher. Miller Marketing Co., Wayne, PA. Consultation on bassoons built by
Wolf in Germany.

Performances (includes performances of faculty compositions and arrangements)

Apfelstadt, Hilary. Directors’ Chorus. Conducted performance. Pennsylvania ACDA
Summer Conference, State College, PA.
Apfelstadt, Hilary. The Ohio State University Women’s Glee Club. Conducted
performance. Western Michigan Women‘s Chorus Festival, Kalamazoo, MI.

Conable, William. The Producers. Principal Cellist. Palace Theatre. Columbus, OH.

Conable, William. Music of Beach. Guest Recital Chamber Concert. Ohio Wesleyan
University. Delaware, OH.

Conable, William. Peter Pan. Principal Cellist. Palace Theatre. Columbus, OH.

Conable, William. Chamber and solo recital. Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan.

Conable, William. Chamber musician. Eisenstädter Sommerakademie. Eisenstadt,
Austria.

Conable, William. Chamber performance. Indiana State University. Terre Haute, IN.

Conable, William. Chamber performance. Capitol University. Columbus, OH.

Gillespie, Robert. City Honors Orchestra. Conducted performance. Salem-Keizer
Schools. Salem, OR.

Gillespie, Robert. Northeast Tennessee Senior Orchestra Regional Festival. Conducted
performance. Music Educators Association. Gatlinburg, TN.

Gillespie, Robert. All-State Orchestra. Conducted performance. Georgia Music Educators
Association. Savannah, GA.

Gillespie, Robert. IMEA Regional Orchestra. Conducted performance. Illinois Music
Educators Association. Chicago, IL.

Harris, Donald. Fantasy for Violin and Piano. Wetherbee & Hong. Weigel Auditorium,
Columbus, OH.

Harris, Donald. Five Tempi. Faculty Ensemble. Weigel Auditorium, Columbus, OH.

Harris, Donald. Second String Quartet. Duvall Quartet. Ohio Wesleyan University,
Delaware, OH.

Weait, Christopher. 153rd Anniversary Concert of the Ringgold Band. Bassoon soloist.
Reading, PA.

Weait, Christopher. Blue Bassoon for Solo Bassoon and Band. Composer and Bassoon
soloist. OSU Wind Symphony. Weigel Hall. Columbus, OH.
Compact Discs

Gillespie, Robert (co-author). Getting Started: String Recruiting. Educational, Shar
Products, Inc. Ann Arbor, MI..

Mikkelson, Russel. Redline Tango. Mark Records.

Weait, Christopher. Ten by Three. Compact Disk, Clearly Three: Trios from the
Twentieth Century. Tonheim Records (TRCD 105).

Appendix #2

Grants and Awards through December 31, 2005

Harris, Donald: (Contemporary Music Concerts), Ann & Gordon Getty Foundation,
$5,500.




Appendix #3

Faculty Awards, Honors During Calendar Year 2005

Apfelstadt, Hilary    Distinguished Choral Educator
                      University of Chicago, Choral Project


Department of Theatre

Conference / Paper / Lectures

Constantinidis, Stratos. Theatre and Theatre Studies In The 21st Century Conference,
―Interpreting the Theatrical Future‖ University of Athens, Athens, Greece, 2005
Round Table Participant

Constantinidis, Stratos. Theatre and Theatre Studies In The 21st Century Conference
―The Emotional Problem in the Theatre and the Courtroom‖ Aspects of Theory and
Historiography, University of Athens, Athens, Greece, 2005
Panelist and Co-Chair

Constantinidis, Stratos. 29th Comparative Drama Conference, The Classical Greek
Tragedy of Greek Prisoners, Refugees, and Colonials, ―Some Modern Greek Theories
about the Revival of Classical Greek Tragedy‖. California State University
Los Angeles, CA March 31 - April 2 2005
Convened, Chaired Session, Assisted in Organizing the Conference
Constantinidis, Stratos. Modern Greek Studies Association Symposium
―The Status of Modern Greek Studies in Higher Education in English-Speaking
Countries‖. Chicago, IL November 2005
Chaired Plenary Session

Fox, Mandy. American Theatre in Higher Education Conference
―Creating New Works from Interview‖, San Francisco, CA 2005
Presenter

R. Valerie Lucas. Royal Holloway College, University of London Conference
―Staging the Japanese American Internment‖ (peer reviewed), London, England
2005.
Presenter

R. Valerie Lucas. American Society for Theatre Research, ―Performing British Hybridity:
Fix-Up and Fragile Land‖, Toronto, Province of Ontario, Canada. 2005
Presenter

Postlewait, Thomas. International Federation for Theatre Research. Theatre
Historiography Working Group, ―The Legend of Black Mountain: or, The Origin of
Avant-Garde Theatre, Dance, and Performance Art in the U.S.A.‖ Washington DC
2005
Presenter

Postlewait, Thomas. University of Washington, School of Drama, ―The Legend of Black
Mountain: or The Origin of Avant-Garde Theatre, Dance, and Performance Art in the
U.S.A.‖ Seattle, WA. 2005
Presenter

Reilly, Joy. Association for Theatre in Higher Education, ―Writing Our Lives,
Performing the Self in Later Life‖, San Francisco, CA. 2005
Presenter

Reilly, Joy. Association for Theatre in Higher Education, ―Ohio State University
Departments of Theatre and Geriatrics and Gerontology: Ten Years of Collaboration‖
San Francisco, CA. 2005
Presenter

Reilly, Joy. American College Theatre Festival, Region III. ―Writing Your Own
Monologue‖ and ―So you want to be Funny? Techniques of Comedy and Improv‖
Illinois State University, IL. 2005
Workshop Presenter

Reilly, Joy. Port Clinton Arts Festival. ―Comedy for Seniors‖ and ―How to Create
Theatre Out of Life Experience‖. Port Clinton, OH. 2005
Workshop Presenter

Reilly, Joy. OSU Alumni Association - Annual Meeting, ―Coping with Change VIII:
Memoir Writing‖. Columbus, OH. 2005
Workshop Presenter

Shanda, Mark. Ohio Educational Theatre Association Central Area Conference
―Selecting a College Theatre Program‖. Westerville, OH. 2005
Presenter

Shanda, Mark. Ohio Educational Theatre Association Central Area Conference
―Design Problems and Solutions‖ Westerville, OH. 2005
Presenter

Shanda, Mark. USITT National Conference, ―Interviewing Skills for Technical Job
Seekers‖. Toronto, Canada. 2005



Thompson, Jeanine. Assoc. of Theatre Movement Educators National Colloquium
George Mason University. Fairfax, VA. 2005
Viewpoints Training Master Teacher

Woods, Alan. ―Inherit the Wind” Workshop. Kennedy Center / American College
Theatre Festival Region III, Washington DC 2005
Workshop Presenter

Woods, Alan, Eileen Heckart Drama for Seniors Competition and Playwrights‘ Retreat.
Ohio State University, 2005
Coordinator

Consultation

Gray, Dan. Advisory Board Member. Eastland Vocational/Performing Arts HS
Columbus, OH. 2005

Shanda, Mark. External Reviewer. Department of Theatre - Faculty Tenure Review
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH. 2005

Shanda, Mark. Department of Theatre - Program Review
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 2005
External Reviewer

Thompson, Jeanine. Ohio Arts Council, Chile‘s National Council for Culture and the
Arts, Columbus, OH. 2005
Consultant
Woods, Alan. Very Special Arts, Ohio (VSAO), Columbus, OH. 2005
Audio Describer Trainer

Woods, Alan. Senior Theatre League of America, Columbus, OH. 2005
Advisor - Conference Proposals

Book

Constantinidis, Stratos. Text & Presentation, 2004: The Comparative Drama Conference
Series, 1. 244 pages. Jefferson, North Carolina and London: McFarland & Company, Inc.
Publishers. 2005

Reilly, Joy. Age on Stage: Lifewriting Your Monologue, 80 pages. Kansas City, MO: Art
Age Publications. 2005

Editorial Board / Advisory

Gray, Dan. CATCO, Board of Directors, Columbus, OH. 2005

Hill, Anthony. Hit the Ground Running Theatre Company, Columbus, OH. 2005
Board Member / Consultant

Parrott, Janet. Diverse Media Zone, Columbus, OH. 2005
President of the Board of Trustees

Postlewait, Thomas. Assaph, Tel Aviv University, 2005
Editorial Board Member


Postlewait, Thomas. The Journal of American Drama and Theatre, SUNY. 2005
Editorial Board Member

Thompson, Jeanine. Marcel Marceau‘s International Mime Foundation, New York City
2005
Artistic Advisory Committee Board Member

Journal Article

Constantinidis, Stratos. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 23/2 (2005), pp 1-203
Editor

Constantinidis, Stratos. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 23/1 (2005), pp 1-215
Editor

Reilly, Joy. ―Ohio State Launches Graduate Courses in Theatre and Aging‖
The Bulletin of the Senior Theatre League of America,
Cincinnati, OH: Educational Theatre Association, p 1. 2005

Reilly, Joy
―Graduate Seminars Offer Training in Working with Older Performers‖
Older Americans Report, Vol. 29, No. 15. Washington DC. p 1. 2005

Performance

Fox, Mandy. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Actor, Virginia Arts Festival, Norfolk, VA
2005

Gray, Dan. Every good Boy Deserves Favour, Scenic Designer, The Human Race Theatre
Co. & The Dayton Symphony, Dayton, OH. 2005

Gray, Dan. Escuela del Mundo, Scenic Designer, The Ohio State University, Columbus,
OH. 2005

Gray, Dan. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged, Scenic Designer
CATCO, Columbus, OH. 2005

Gray, Dan. Big Love, The Red Herring Theatre Co., Scenic Designer, Columbus, OH
2005

Gray, Dan. You’re My Boy (World Premiere), Scenic Designer, CATCO, Columbus, OH
2005

Gray, Dan. The Nutcracker, Scenic Designer, Ballet Met, Columbus, OH. 2005


Gray, Dan. The Nutcracker, Scenic Designer, The Dayton Ballet, Dayton, OH. 2005

Kearney, Kristine. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Costumer Designer, Virginia Arts
Festival, Norfolk, VA. 2005

Kearney, Kristine. Big Love, Costumer Designer, Red Herring Theatre Company
Columbus, OH. 2005

Parrott, Janet. YWCA-Columbus, Women of Achievement Celebration, Live Broadcast
on ONN and Time Warner, Co-Producer, Producer/Director of Live Video. 2005

Parrott, Janet. South African Documentary, Video Shoot. 2005

Reilly, Joy. WOSU AM, Theatre Critic, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. 2005
Reilly, Joy. Ohioana Authors Series - WOSU AM, Casting Director, The Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH. 2005

Reilly, Joy. Howling at the Moon, Artistic Director, Writer and Actor, Several
Performances: Columbus Cultural Arts Center - Columbus, OH, Granville Retirement
Center - Granville, OH, International Women Playwrights at OSU - Columbus, OH,
Port Clinton Arts Festival at Magruder Hospital - Port Clinton, OH

Shanda, Mark. OSU/Port Clinton Performing Arts Festival, Co-Producer, Port Clinton,
OH. 2005

Shanda, Mark. Inherit the Wind, Technical Director, The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH. 2005

Shanda, Mark. Vaudeville, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, Technical Director
2005

Shanda, Mark. Measure for Measure, Technical Director, The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH. 2005

Tarantino, Mary. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lighting Designer / Consultant
Greenhouse Gala, Designs for the American Stage, The Ohio State University College of
Biological Sciences, Columbus, OH. 2005

Tarantino, Mary. Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lighting Designer, Virginia Arts Festival
Norfolk, VA. 2005

Tarantino, Mary. Designs for the American Stage (Exhibition), Lighting Designer
Riffe Center, Columbus, OH. 2005


Edited Book

Postlewait, Thomas. ―From Event to Context to Event: A Problem in the Writing of
Theatre History‖, Critical Theory and Performance, 2nd Revised Edition, Ann Arbor:
University of Michigan Press, Editors: Janelle G. Reinelt and Joseph R. Roach
Author

Postlewait, Thomas. The Most American Thing in America: Performance and Circuit
Chautauqua, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2005
Editor

Postlewait, Thomas. Fantasies of Empire: The Empire Theatre of Varieties, Leicester
Square, and the Licensing Controversy of 1894, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press
2005
Editor
Postlewait, Thomas. Theatre’s Uncommon Country: Drama, Theory, and Performance in
Post-Independent, India, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2005
Editor

Design

Gray, Dan. ―Russell Wright: Living With Good Design‖, Arts Midwest with Ohio
Decorative Arts Center, Lancaster, OH. 2005
Exhibit Designer

				
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