The objective of my sabbatical was to produce a virtual art space. Specifically I proposed to:
The underlined titles indicate web pages which I developed or collaborated in their creation.
Kim Mosley, Professor
- continue with the development of the SLCC Web Site.
- develop a link to the Florissant Valley Campus
- and develop a link from the FV campus to the Art and Humanities Department.
- to develop a virtual art space which would:
- enable photography students to have their photographs seen on the web (http://fv.stlcc.edu/photography/photo_text/gallery.html). In addition, students in a computer art/digital photography class which I am teaching are just starting to put their work on the web for critique and exhibition.
- create a potential for higher visibility of our college and students (this was done throughout our web site.)
- exhibit student work (see #1)
- provide a forum for discussions about current Art and Humanities Department activities on the FV Campus. Currently we have a email discussion list devoted to the prospective Florence trip. I also developed for the Fall and Spring upcoming theater and art events.
- provide an exhibition place for a project of my own which would assimilate photographs, painting, and text. The links for such projects are linked to my home page. My Underwood Lecture is a series of twenty artworks which combine photography, painting, and text.
- provide links to arts events in St. Louis, and arts activities around the
- provide links from existing art sites on the internet to our own sites. We are getting frequent email from around the world asking for information about our college.
- continue to help faculty develop web sites. I have worked with a number of faculty, on a number of different pages, including Ken Boyer with the CTL, Caroline Davis with the Wellness Center (http://www.stlcc.edu/fvdocs/wellness/index.html), Kathy Cooper with the Athletics Schedule, Ann Dempsey with the Honors Program (http://www.fv.stlcc.edu/honors/index.htm), Mike and Neathery Fuller with the Tuneinir Dig (http://www.fv.stlcc.edu/mfuller/tuneinir/index.htm), David Hanlon with the site (http://fv.stlcc.edu/dhanlon/index.htm), and Howard Mayes with the Engineering Science pages.