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Fine Arts : Bradford Campus

This guide supports related courses and areas of inquiry.

Ceramics

Turquoise vase of round body and narrow stem with gold gilding and white orchid painted on surface. Entitled "Moon Vase" from Stoke-on-Trent (1873-1880). Features bone china, enamel, and gilding.

"Moon Vase," Stoke-on-Trent (1873-1880). Bone china, enamel, and gilding.
Gift of Helene Fortunoff and Robert Grossman to the Art Institute of Chicago.

Areas of Investigation for Capstone Research

Suggested areas of investigation for your Capstone project:

  • Artists
  • History
  • Mediums
  • Performance Based Projects
  • Social Practice
  • Studio Based Projects
  • Styles
  • Technical Based Projects
  • Theory

Topics of Investigation for Capstone

These are a few areas of inquiry:

  • As this is a studio based subject, your project should be intertwined with your other area of study in the Interdisciplinary Arts Major as it pertains to a larger idea.
  • Content, subject matter, technical, formal, and critical elements should all directly relate to and be investigated in your Capstone work.

Journal Article Search

Search for e-journals and other serials (i.e., magazines, and newspapers) by title, ISSN, or browsing. Use the PittCat Journal Finder that is in the top navigation of PittCat, or run a regular PittCat search.

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