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The School of Fine Arts at the University of Minnesota Duluth educates students and the public in the visual and performing arts and serves as a cultural center for the campus and the surrounding region through creative activity and research, liberal education, and public engagement.

Historical note: On July 1, 2020, the School of Fine Arts merged with the College of Liberal Arts to become one college within the College of Liberal Arts. On July 1, 2021, the College of Liberal Arts changed its name to become the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (UDC collection =


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The Relationship Between Self-Concept and Language Skills

Senarighi, Shirley D (1978)
The purpose of this study is. to determine if a relationship exists between children's self-concept and their language skills. Selfconcept will be measured by administering the Piers-Harris Self Concept Scale to three ...

Opinions of Minnesota Choral Directors Regarding Classroom Management

Sandness, Dorothy J (2005-09)
The purpose of this study was to determine the views of public school choir directors regarding effective choral classroom management. Although it may be argued that a classroom management strategy may be central to a ...

Film Music and Wind Band Repertoire: The Opinions of High School Band Directors

Hintzman, Michael (2004-03)
Selecting appropriate repertoire seems to be an issue of ongoing interest among wind band directors. Since the curriculum of a wind ensemble is largely determined by the repertoire, one can make the argument that choosing ...

Considerations of Impermanence in Sculpture

Avergon, Eugene B (1975-06)
This paper is concerned with several aspects of impermanent sculpture. The points in question are generalized here. Questions are followed by discussions of specific areas of concern. Material is presented which seems to ...