Creative Project

A creative project in the context of Honors in the Major work may be defined as one that results in a performance or product rather than a written document. It can take varies forms and types of presentations based on the area of focus.

A written report on the project is still required, in this case with a minimum length of 10 pages of text plus documentation (bibliography, appendices, and the like). The report may focus on various aspects which may include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following:

  • Historical, cultural, stylistic, analytic, or interpretive perspectives on roles or works performed.
  • A chronology of the conception and evolution of the project.
  • A description of the intention and significance of the project, tools and methods used and why chosen.
  • An analysis of how the project compares to other works in its genre.

Examples of Creative Projects:

Please visit the links below to view examples of creative undergraduate thesis projects housed in the FSU Research Repository.

 

Creative Writing:

Katherine Lutz, “Letters to Lilith: A Poetry Collection Highlighting the Need for Feminism in the 21st Century,” 2018. 

http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_libsubv1_scholarship_submission_1524675688_643348e6

 

Dance:

Sydney Parker, “Performing the Written Word: The Intersection between Choreography and Literature in Sylvia Plath’s Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams, 2019.  

http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_libsubv1_scholarship_submission_1556308839_6a75d58e

 

Film:

Constandinos Karalis, “The Anxiety Goblin,” 2021. 

http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_libsubv1_scholarship_submission_1618952251_91885a85

 

Studio Art:

Reona Woods, “Contemporary Altars: A Study of Sacred Objects,” 2019. 

http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_libsubv1_scholarship_submission_1554859708_6253757f

 

 

 

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