Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education (MAEd)
Art and Design
This thesis is an A/R/Tographically-based investigation of my appropriative studio approach, resulting in a series of multi-media collage works entitled Tonight’s Programming, dealing with issues of militarism and commercialism in our everyday lives. Through research regarding appropriation in art history, examination of personal artistic influences, and regarding the work through the lenses of Artist, Researcher, and Teacher, I gained a deeper insight into not only my appropriative practices, but how these practices could be applied in the high school art classroom.
Batterman, David W., "Using The Old To Speak To The New: An Appropriative Studio Approach." Thesis, Georgia State University, 2015.