Art Reading and Writing
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Art Reading and Writing (WRIT207-36)

This course will focus on both reading and writing about art. Students will learn how to break apart readings into understandable segments and learn to enjoy a range of texts from the simple to the more complex. Discussion around what makes good writing and why some readings are harder than others will be covered. Students also explore a range of ways to write about art from the practical such as artist statements, reviews and essays; to more experimental forms of writing such as short fiction and poetry. This course will reveal to you that it is possible to get great enjoyment from both reading and writing about art. This course is geared to students in the third year of the Diploma of Fine Arts program or to artists with some experience. Required Textbook: David Salle, How to See: Looking, Talking, and Thinking about Art, W.W. Norton and Company.
Tuesdays 6pm - 9pm, Sep 18 - Dec 11, 2018
Karen McLaughlin
Tuition: $425 (36 hrs)
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