Recent Submissions

  • Leon Danz Art 1970 Honors Thesis Showing 

    Danz, Leon (1970-04-01)
    YOU are invited to attend my Honors Thesis art exhibit at Benecasa Gallery, 1538 Harrison St., (corner of Leslie and Harrison) Helena, Montana, April 6 to April 10, 1970. The gallery will be open from 4 to 6 in the afternoon ...
  • Paintings For Contemporary Architecture 

    Bacon, Barbara (1972-04-01)
    At the beginning of the spring semester 1972, I contacted Mr. N. J. Campeau, an architect, with the firm of Campeau and Crennen, in Helena, Montana. He was extremely generous with his time and aid, and suggested that I ...
  • Research And Work With Natural Pigments In Water Color 

    Baraby, Peggy (1972-04-01)
    The purpose of this project was to produce pigments from natural sources; i.e., flowers, berries, nuts, leaves, fruits and vegetables, and then to use these pigments to paint a series of water colors. My interest in this ...
  • Production Thesis Concerning Direction Of Mass Appeal 

    Rausch, John (1986-04-01)
    Directing a play is a long process, beginning long before any rehearsals do. The rehearsal process is merely the tail end of all the work and decision-making which leads, ultimately, to Opening Night. As a young director, ...
  • Production Thesis Concerning Direction Of Isn't It Romantic 

    Rausch, Monica (1988-04-01)
    The stage lights fade to black while Liza Minnelli sings a final chorus of "New York, New York." The actors file offstage in the dark after their final curtain call with the audience still applauding. The time is 9:30 p.m. ...
  • Reflections On Directing Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" 

    Ruzevich, Peter (1993-04-01)
    Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) is, without a doubt, among the most influential playwrights in the history of the Theatre. He has been generally acknowledged since the 1880's to be one of the greatest masters of the modern drama. ...
  • Art Collections; An Organization Analysis 

    Reilly, Emma (2014-04-01)
    Visual art is an important part of any society. Humans have collected and studied visual art throughout history. The way that artwork is collected and maintained dictates the way that the collection is managed and maintained ...
  • Breaking Out: Theater For the Physically Disabled 

    Brown, Casey (1995-04-01)
    The group I am examining is physically disabled individuals. The organization who first brought this need for expression among the physically disabled to my attention was the National Theatre Workshop for the Handicapped. ...
  • The Pursuit of Happiness: A Review of the Relevance of Boethian Philosophies in the 21st Century with a Ceramic Component 

    Duty, Ellie (2014-04-01)
    This thesis is a collaboration of a written essay and a collection of pottery based upon Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius and his work The Consolation of Philosophy. Each ceramic piece symbolically represents a main ...
  • Fool’s Gold: The Struggles of Farming and Ranching in a Rocky Mountain Town within a Growing Global Market 

    Delman, Aaron (2007-04-01)
    The many difficulties that family farmers and ranchers face are exposed in play format. These struggles include gaining economic stability, the effects of agricultural legislation on small farmers, the modernization of a ...
  • The Physics of Music and the Nature of Timbre 

    Rhoda, Lauren (2017-05-13)
    Music is an art form which shapes all of our lives. It is integral to the human experience as an expression, however simple or complex, of joy, sorrow, devotion, or any emotion that man is capable of feeling. Yet, music ...