De’VIA: Investigating Deaf Visual Art

by Patti Durr

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

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

by Harlan, Robert Hoffmeister, Ben Bahan

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“De’VIA: Art Talk” at Deaf Studies Today 2004

by Chuck Baird

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Deconstructing the Forced Assimilation of Deaf People Via De’VIA Resistance and Affirmation Art

by Patricia Durr

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Deaf Heritage Chapter 4 – Artists

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

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Elements of a Culture

Visions by Deaf Artists

by Brenda Schertz and Harlan Lane

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Expression in Print

by Joan Popovitch-Kutscher

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WDF News: Pamela Witcher

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Master Printmaker: Joan Popovich-Kutscher

by Terri Manning

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Spotlight On . . . Robert Wittig

by Raymond Luczak

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Where Are They Now? Ann Silver

by David Rosenbaum, SIGNews staff writer

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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. ericalbronda@finestplanet.com or vmb@finestplnet.com

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Movers and Shakers

Francisco Goya: Brush with Light

by Cathryn Carroll and Susan M. Mather

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My Experience as an Artist Vis-a-vis Deaf Art

by Ann Silver

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David Bloch

by Vivian Alpert Thompson

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Spinning Gold

by Emily Andreano

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Tactile Mind Articles

“Coffee Shop Notes” by Sara Stallard

Manny Vazquez

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The Warmth of Light

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Raw Sensibilities

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El Dorado and De’VIA

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Experimental, Experiential, and Vibrant

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Re-introduction Joseph Grigely

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Cherished, Indeed

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The Classification of De’VIA: Part I

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The Classification of De’VIA: Part II

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The Classification of De’VIA: Part III

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The Jason Project

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Visual Maverick

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New Ground in Examining Deaf Art

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Sonnenstrahl Shares Some Criteria

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Mining eBay?

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Abstracting Personal Experience

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Beyond the Measure of Hearing

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More of Tate Tullier

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Goya’s Deafness in Art History

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Introspective Wonders

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With Ears for Wings

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Some Gift Ideas

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A Creative Zeitgeist

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Walker’s “Deaficide”

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Marginalia

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Featured Gems

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Happenings Here and There

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MaVa Couture Dolls

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The Mug of Life

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A Unique Way of Saying ILY

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Springboards

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Material Exuberance

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Savory Tidbits

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Chicago!

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© Sara Stallard. All rights reserved. Columns are not to be printed. Anyone desiring a printed form, should contact the author for permission.

Silence

by Louise Stern

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Mary Rappazzo’s Studio

Hearing Health September – October 1998: 34-35

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Deaf Art: What For?

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>.

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A Thesis in Art Education

by Betty G. Miller

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The Magic Lantern Man

by Theophilus Hope d’Estrella

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