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De'VIA: Invesigating Deaf Visual Art
by Patti Durr




(Article reproduced with permission from the Deaf Studies Conference Proceedings publisher)

 

Deaf Culture: The Arts
from A Journey into the Deaf World

by Harlan Lane, Robert Hoffmeister, Ben Bahan

 

 

 

 

"De'VIA: Art Talk" at Deaf Studies Today 2004
by Chuck Baird

 

 

 

Deconstructing the Forced Assimilation of Deaf People Via De'VIA Resistance and Affirmation Art
by Patti Durr

 

 

 

 

Artists (book extract)
Chapter 4 of Deaf Heritage By Jack Gannon

 

 

Gannon, Jack. "Deaf Artists." Deaf Heritage. Silver Spring, MD: National Association of the Deaf, 1981. 93-156.

 

 

Elements of a Culture
Visions by Deaf Artists
by Brenda Schertz and Harlan Lane

 

 

 

 

 

Expression in Print
by Joan Popovich-Kutscher

 


 

WFD News: Pamela Witcher

 

 

Master Printmaker: Joan Popovich-Kutscher
by Terri Manning

 

 

 

Spotlight On . . . Robert Wittig
by Raymond Luczak

 

 

 

Where Are They Now? Ann Silver
by David Rosenbaum, SIGNews staff writer

Granville Redmond:
Manuscript by Mildred Albronda




With permission from the Mildred Albronda Memorial Trust. Eric Albronda/Vicki Brenner, Administrators. PO Box 1145, Mount Shasta, California, 96067. Hyperlink "mailto:ericalbronda@finestplanet.com" or Hyperlink "mailto:vmb@finestplnet.com"

 

Movers and Shakers
Francisco Goya: Brush with Light

By Cathryn Carroll and Susan M. Mather

 

 

 

 

My Experience as an Artist Vis-a-vis Deaf Art
by Ann Silver

 

 

 

David Bloch
by Vivian Alpert Thompson

 

 

 

Spinning Gold
By Emily Andreano

 

 

 

Tactile Mind Articles
by Sara Stallard

 

 

 

Silence
by Louise Stern

 

 

 

Mary Rappazzo's Studio
Hearing Health Sept-Oct. 1998: 34-35

 

 

 

Deaf Art: What For? (a dissertation)
by Amy Forbes-Robertson

 

 

Forbes-Robertson, Amy. "Deaf Art: What For?" Diss. University of Bristol, 2004. Taubenschlag. 2005. 23 Nov. 2005 <http://www.taubenschlag.de/lernen/
wissenschaft/shirley/forbes-robertson.pdf>.

 

A Thesis in Art Education (a dissertation)
by Betty G. Miller

 

 

 

The Magic Lantern Man
by Theophilus Hope d'Estrella