Past Creativity & Arts Grant Recipients
Academic Year 2014 / 2015
Sarah Freeman (Dance), "All Being Displaced: Movement Transaltions of Flannery O'Connor"
Clay Wood (Applied Physics), "Laughing Newton"
Cheryl Crowley (REALC), "A Traveler's Sky: Tagami Kikusha's Haiku Journey"
Meredith Metcalf (Film and Media Studies), Untitled Short Film Comedy
Jana Muschinski (Theater and Dance), "HEDDA GABLER"
James Crissman (Visual Arts), "The Tourist Photographic Experience at Bryce Canyon"
Academic Year 2013 / 2014
Stephanie Chan (Anthropology), "Hanging Identities"
Emily Hammond (Dance and Movement Studies), "A Choreographic Exploration of Site Context"
Jake Krakovsky (Theater Studies), "Chelm" Project - Honors Thesis
Olivia Luz (Film and Media Studies), "Celluloid Vs. Digital Film Research"
Gregory Catellier (Dance Program), "pre-suf-fixes," faculty dance concert
Sarah Emerson (Visual Arts), Faculty Exhibition
Diane Kemplar (Visual Arts), "Ganesha Puja"
David Levinson (Creative Writing), "A Comprehensive Guide to Good, Clean Southern Living & Dying," a novel
Laura Noel (Visual Arts), "Give/Swap/Receive"
William Ransom (Music), Eugene Skovorodnikov Master Class & Piano Recital
Laura Emiko Soltis (Visual Arts), "Freedom University Photography Project"
Jake Krakovskey (Theater Studies) - "Waiting for Godot: In Research, Rehearsal, and Performance"
Diane Kempler (Visual Arts) - "Exploring New Forms"
Julia Kjelgaard (Visual Arts) - "Large Format Printing: New Technologies and Old"
Academic Year 2012/2013
Kevin Do (Undeclared) - "The Light Observation Project"
Charlotte "Charlie" Watts (Visual Arts) - "The ThrowAways"
Linda Armstrong (Visual Arts) - "Then the Letting Go" Installation
Carlton Mackey (Center for Ethics) - "50 Shades of Black"
Academic Year 2009/2010
Rebecca Cozad (Capoeira Student Group) - "Cross Cultural Instrumentation, Vocalisation and Synchronization of Movement in a Batizado Performance of Capoeira"
Brain McGrath Davis (Graduate Student, ILA) - "Me in the Corner"
Gabriel Andrés Eljaiek-Rodriguez (Graduate Student, Spanish and Portuguese) - "Emory Cabinet of Wonders Project"
Amin Erfani (Graduate Student, French and Italian) - "L'Acteur Scrifiant/The Sacrificing Actor"
Joe Madura (Graduate Student, Art History) - "Queer Visibility: A Graduate Research Panel and Video Screening with MFA Students"
Eliana Marianes (Theater Studies) - "The Lover: written by Marguerite Duras, adapted by Eliana Marianes
Peter Nguyen (Music) - "Debut Composition Recital"
Ugochukwu Nzewi (Graduate Student, Art History) - "A View of Home from Abroad"
Joey Orr (Graduate Student, ILA) - "Andy Warhol's Lonesome Cowboy"
Nessa Ryan (Public Health) - "Mapping the Body, Mapping the World"
Greg Catellier & George Staib (Dance) - "Catellier and Staib : The Dance Project"
Mary Catherine Johnson (Visual Arts) - "Storylines: Dawoud Bey's Protraits of Emory"
Andrew Mitchell (Philosophy) - "Nietzche/Wagner: An Evening with the Nietzche Music Project"
Gregg Orloff (Biology) - "Cancer Education via the Arts"
Austin Reynolds (Residence Life & Housing) - "Short Film Project, 'Do Us Part'"
Kali-Ahset Amen (Graduate Student, Sociology) - "Carrying the 'Motherload:' Black Women, Work, and Globalization"
Anita Balasubramanian (Music) - "Music, Nationalism, and Regional Identities in Indonesia: Tembang Sunda and Pop Sunda of West Java"
Sarah Franzen (Gradutate Student, ILA) - "Contested Land: A Video Landscape"
Guan Hua Gwen Kui (Music) - "Forever Beautiful)
Rachael Lang-Bladé (Public Health) - "Use of Participatory Video Documentary in Atlanta Refugee Women Health Promoters' Training"
Nicholas Surbey (Playwriting) - "Metaphor, Structure, and Contemporary Theater in a Changing Global Economy"
Jeremy White (History) - "Disconnected"
Linda Armstrong (Visual Arts) - "Innovative Technology: Paper in Three Mentions"
Cheryl Crowley (REALC) - "Bashô's 'Narrow Road to the Interior:' Poetic Visual Journal"
Andy Ditzler (Woodruff Library) - "Andy Warhold's Lonesome Cowboys: a site-specific screening"
Abby Horowitz (Poetry Council) - "Poetry in Motion"
Deborah Spitulnik (Anthropology) - "Dis-Engaged"
Renee Stein (Michael C. Carlos Museum) - "Innovative Reconstruction of Two Classical Vessels using Rapid 3-D Prototyping"
Academic Year 2008-2009
Emma Greenberg (Art History) - "A Play of Selves: A Look into Cindy Sherman's Career"
Jonathan Hoffmann (Music) - Honors Composition Recital
Ellen Lyle and Caitlin Yuhas (Dance) - "Hostile Harbors"
William Pitts (Music) - Honors Conducting and Composition Project
Linda Armstrong (Visual Arts) - "Martha Rosler: Bringing the War Home"
Dr. Matthew Bernstein (Film Studies) - "'Red Heroine' Screening with live accompaniment by Devil Music Ensemble"
Anthony Martin & Lore Ruttan (Environmental Studies), Linda Armstrong (Visual Arts), Pat Marsteller (Center for Science Education) - "The Art and Science of Ray Troll: A Visual Celebration of Evolution and Natural History"
Katherine Mitchell (Visual Arts) - "Deadly Sins and Other Matters: The Work of Roger Dorset"
George Staib (Dance) - "Moving with the Vega"
R. Candy Tate (Center for Creativity & Arts) - "Visualizing Cultural Politics: Atlanta's Neighborhood Arts Center"
Kelsey Agnew (Visual Arts) - "In Between Places"
Iain Martin (Film Studies) - "Life by Lobster"
Madison Dotson (Center for Creativity & Arts) - "Something the Same"
Dr. Lawrence Jackson (English/African American Studies) - "A Song in the Front Yard: African American Writers and Critics in the 40s and 50s"
Julia Kjelgaard (Visual Arts) - "Movement, Sound, and Image: An Experimental Interaction"
Vincent Murphy (Theater Studies) - "Electra Interdisciplinary"
Sally Radell & Bill Brown (Dance & Visual Arts) - "Double Exposure Dance for Film"