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Elaine Thomas: Adopting a Stance

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This book by the artist Elaine Thomas was published by The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College in 2004. Thomas was Dean of Art and Design at the University of Ulster and Director of the School of Culutural Studies at Sheffield Hallam University. A Practising fine artist, she has experience in arts and museum policy and has had solo exhibitions. This publication is intended to use the artist's work as a means of demonstrating a stance or position; to provide insight into the role of the processes employed to create a body of work, and to increase understanding of the nature of research in a creative arts subject. The book is in very good condition though has library stamps to the half-title page; otherwise the pages are free from marks and highlighting. The paperback cover displays some dirty marks here and there and slight creasing to spine (along with a library reference sticker), but otherwise is sound. A great read for those interested in art.

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Author(s):
Thomas, E
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College
Title:
Adopting a Stance

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This book by the artist Elaine Thomas was published by The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College in 2004. Thomas was Dean of Art and Design at the University of Ulster and Director of the School of Culutural Studies at Sheffield Hallam University. A Practising fine artist, she has experience in arts and museum policy and has had solo exhibitions. This publication is intended to use the artist's work as a means of demonstrating a stance or position; to provide insight into the role of the processes employed to create a body of work, and to increase understanding of the nature of research in a creative arts subject. The book is in very good condition though has library stamps to the half-title page; otherwise the pages are free from marks and highlighting. The paperback cover displays some dirty marks here and there and slight creasing to spine (along with a library reference sticker), but otherwise is sound. A great read for those interested in art.

Author(s):
Thomas, E
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College
Title:
Adopting a Stance

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