Courses

Fall 2018 Courses

Atelier

Connecting with The Connector

ATL 499 / MTD 499 · Fall 2018

S01 - Jason Robert Brown · Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Jason Robert Brown

A one-off opportunity to be involved in the development of Jason Robert Brown’s new musical “The Connector."

Creative Writing

Literary Translation

CWR 205 / TRA 204 · Fall 2018

C01 - Paul Muldoon · Tuesdays, 1:30-4:20 pm

Instructors: Paul Muldoon

Practice in the translation of literary works from another language into English supplemented by the reading and analysis of standard works.

Graphic Design: Typography

VIS 215 / CWR 215 · Fall 2018

U01 - Francesca Grassi · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm and 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructors: Francesca Grassi

This studio course introduces students to graphic design with a particular emphasis on typography. Students learn typographic history through lectures that highlight major shifts in print technologies and through their engagement in studio design projects.

Advanced Poetry

CWR 301 · Fall 2018

Multiple sections offered

Instructors: Michael Dickman · Susan Wheeler

Advanced practice in the original composition of poetry for discussion in regularly scheduled workshop meetings.

Advanced Fiction

CWR 303 · Fall 2018

Multiple sections offered

Instructors: A.M. Homes · Yiyun Li

Advanced practice in the original composition of fiction for discussion in regularly scheduled workshop meetings.

Advanced Literary Translation

CWR 305 / TRA 305 / COM 355 · Fall 2018

C01 - Paul Muldoon · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Paul Muldoon

Practice in the translation of literary works from another language into English supplemented by the reading and analysis of standard works.

Advanced Screenwriting: Writing for Television

CWR 405 / VIS 405 · Fall 2018

C01 - Susanna Styron · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 p.m.

Instructors: Susanna Styron

Students in this advanced screenwriting course will work both independently and in small groups to learn how to develop, pitch, outline, and draft an original television show.

Introduction to Screenwriting: Adaptation

CWR 448 / VIS 448 · Fall 2018

C01 - Christina Lazaridi · Thursdays, 1:30 - 3:50 pm

Instructors: Christina Lazaridi

This course will introduce students to screenwriting adaptation techniques, focusing primarily on the challenges of adapting “true stories” pulled from various non-fiction sources.

Dance

Power, Structure, and the Human Body

DAN 210 / GSS 210 / THR 210 · Fall 2018

U01 · Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Aynsley Vandenbroucke

In this studio course open to anyone with a body, we will explore power, structure, and human bodies through personal, political, anatomical, kinesthetic, and aesthetic lenses. We will delve into these issues as artists do: by reading, thinking, talking, moving, and making performances, actions, sense, and change.

Introduction to Contemporary Dance

DAN 213 · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays & Wednesdays 12:30 - 2:20 p.m.

Instructors: Alexandra Beller

Designed for students with minimal dance experience who are curious about contemporary dance techniques and choreography.

An Introduction to the Radical Imagination

DAN 223 / AAS 223 / VIS 224 · Fall 2018

S01 - Jaamil Olawale Kosoko · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko

Using an interdisciplinary visual and performance studies approach to explore various sites of contemporary art practices, this course will provide an introduction to radical performance practices through which artists consider the gendered and racialized body that circulates in the public domain, both onstage and off.

Body and Object: Making Art that is both Sculpture and Dance

VIS 300 / DAN 301 · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Martha Friedman · Susan Marshall

Students in VIS300/DAN301 will create sculptures that relate directly to the body and compel performance, interaction, and movement. Students will also create dances that are informed by garments, portable objects, and props. Works will be designed for unconventional spaces, challenge viewer/performer/object relationships, augment and constrain the body, and trace the body's actions and form. The class will consider how context informs perceptions of the borders between performance, bodies, and objects. A lecture series of prominent choreographers and artists will accompany the course. This studio course is open enrollment.

Choreography Workshop I

DAN 319A · Fall 2018

Multiple sections offered

Instructors: Rebecca Lazier

Choreography Workshop I exposes students to diverse methods of dance-making by tracing the evolution of choreographic thought.

Dance Performance Workshop: Repertory I *

DAN 319B · Fall 2018

U01 — Abby Zbikowski · Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:20 pm

Instructors: Abby Zbikowski

Technique and repertory course that focuses on developing technical expertise, expressive range, and stylistic clarity. In technique, students will examine concepts such as skeletal support, sequential movement, rhythm, and momentum to emphasize efficiency in motion.

Choreography Workshop II

DAN 320A · Fall 2018

U01 · Fridays, 11:00 am - 12:50 pm

Instructors: Dean Moss

Dance choreography, with a focus on contemporary practices and performance. Classes will workshop compositional tasks that set limitations to spark creativity.

Dance Performance Workshop: Repertory II *

DAN 320B · Fall 2018

U01 · Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30 - 2:20 pm

Instructors: Malcolm Low

Technique and repertory course that focuses on developing technical expertise, expressive range, and stylistic clarity. In technique, students will examine concepts such as skeletal support, sequential movement, rhythm, and momentum to emphasize efficiency in motion.

Choreography Workshop III

DAN 419A · Fall 2018

U01 · Fridays, 1:30 - 3:20 pm

Instructors: Rebecca Stenn

Choreography Workshop III extends students’ approaches to choreographic research by asking them to create complete works on dancers other than themselves.

Dance Performance Workshop: Repertory III *

DAN 419B · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:20 pm

Instructors: Elisa Clark

Technique and repertory course that focuses on developing technical expertise, expressive range, and stylistic clarity. In technique, students will examine concepts such as skeletal support, sequential movement, rhythm, and momentum to emphasize efficiency in motion.

Choreography Workshop IV

DAN 420A · Fall 2018

U01 · Fridays, 11:00 am - 12:50 pm

Instructors: Shannon Gillen

Students workshop their senior thesis projects either creating a choreographic production or enhancing their artistry as a performer. Classes workshop varying approaches to dance making, including examining practices from modern and post-modern dance, as well as diverse genres and cultural forms.

Dance Performance Workshop: Repertory IV *

DAN 420B · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:20 pm

Instructors: Tina Fehlandt

Technique and repertory course that focuses on developing technical expertise, expressive range, and stylistic clarity. In technique, students will examine concepts such as skeletal support, sequential movement, rhythm, and momentum to emphasize efficiency in motion.

Music Theater

The Musical Theatre of Stephen Sondheim: Process to Production

THR 310 / MTD 310 / ENG 318 · Fall 2018

S01 · Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00 am - 12:20 pm

Instructors: Stacy Wolf

This seminar examines the musicals of Stephen Sondheim, from page to stage. Focusing on a different musical each week from Gypsy (1959) to Road Show (2009), we will ask, how do musical theatre's elements of music, lyrics, script, dance, and design cohere in Sondheim's musicals? We will explore influences on his art, both personal and cultural, his collaborators, and the historical and theatrical milieu. We'll study the musicals themselves by reading libretti, listening to music, seeing taped and live performances, researching production histories, and analyzing popular, critical, and scholarly reception.

Participatory Theater

THR 351 / MTD 351 · Fall 2018

S01 · Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: César Alvarez

At this moment, theater has an opportunity to redefine how stories can be told and how audiences might be invited into the telling. Young audiences have been weaned on choice-based, participatory and socially networked artwork and entertainment. Through scholarship, creative work, and play testing, this course will explore the emerging fields of participatory theater, interactive performance, social gaming, and system-based story telling. We will study the basics of game design, the fundamentals of physical and social gaming, ritual, and the history of interactivity as a theatrical device.

Theater Rehearsal and Performance

THR 451 / MTD 451 · Fall 2018

S01 · Fridays, 12:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Robert N. Sandberg

This course provides students with a rigorous and challenging experience of creating theater under near-professional circumstances. A professional director, an extensive rehearsal period, a concentrated week of technical rehearsals and multiple performances are key components. Students cast in the show or taking on major production roles can receive course credit.

Connecting with The Connector

ATL 499 / MTD 499 · Fall 2018

S01 - Jason Robert Brown · Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Jason Robert Brown

A one-off opportunity to be involved in the development of Jason Robert Brown’s new musical “The Connector."

Theater

Introduction to Theater Making

THR 101 · Fall 2018

C01 · Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00 am - 12:20 pm

Instructors: Aaron Landsman · Elena Araoz

Introduction to Theater Making is a working laboratory, which gives students hands-on experience with theatre's fundamental building blocks — writing, design, acting, directing, and producing.

Beginning Studies in Acting

THR 201 · Fall 2018

C01 · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm Thursdays, 2:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Crystal Dickinson

An introduction to the craft of acting through scene study, monologues and, finally, a longer scene drawn from a play, to develop a method of working on a script. Emphasis will be placed on honesty, spontaneity, and establishing a personal connection with the scene's substance.

Introductory Playwriting

THR 205 · Fall 2018

S01 · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 3:20 p.m. Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 p.m.

Instructors: Nathan Davis

This is a workshop in the fundamentals of writing plays. Through writing prompts, exercises, study and reflection, students will be guided in the creation of original dramatic material.

Power, Structure, and the Human Body

DAN 210 / GSS 210 / THR 210 · Fall 2018

U01 · Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Aynsley Vandenbroucke

In this studio course open to anyone with a body, we will explore power, structure, and human bodies through personal, political, anatomical, kinesthetic, and aesthetic lenses. We will delve into these issues as artists do: by reading, thinking, talking, moving, and making performances, actions, sense, and change.

French Theater Workshop

FRE 211 / THR 211 · Fall 2018

C01 · Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:00 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Florent Masse

L'Avant-Scène will offer students the opportunity to put their language skills in motion by discovering French theater in general and by acting in French, in particular.

Acting and Directing Workshop — Acting

THR 218 · Fall 2018

S01 · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm & Wednesdays, 1:30 - 3:20 pm

Instructors: Elena Araoz

This course develops basic acting technique which focuses on the pursuit of objectives, given circumstances, conflict, public solitude and living truthfully under imagined circumstances. Practical skills are established through scenes performed for classroom analysis.

Sound Art

VIS 225 / MUS 271 / THR 225 · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm & Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Jess Rowland

In this course, you will be asked to develop your own voice in sound as an art material. Through the making of physical objects and use of audio technologies, we will think about sound expansively, as physical material, personal experience, and as concept. Along the way we will explore the extensive works of pioneers in sound art and contemporary music, learn new skills, and investigate ideas about sound which can inspire your own creative explorations. Building on diverse practices from Experimental Music to the Fine Arts, this will be a creative, open — and fun — journey into sound as art material.

Intermediate Studies in Acting — Scene Study

THR 301 · Fall 2018

C01 · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm Thursdays, 1:30 - 3:20 pm

Instructors: Mark Nelson

A continuation of THR 201: Guide students in ways to develop a role and to explore important texts and characters in an imaginative and honest manner.

The Musical Theatre of Stephen Sondheim: Process to Production

THR 310 / MTD 310 / ENG 318 · Fall 2018

S01 · Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00 am - 12:20 pm

Instructors: Stacy Wolf

This seminar examines the musicals of Stephen Sondheim, from page to stage. Focusing on a different musical each week from Gypsy (1959) to Road Show (2009), we will ask, how do musical theatre's elements of music, lyrics, script, dance, and design cohere in Sondheim's musicals? We will explore influences on his art, both personal and cultural, his collaborators, and the historical and theatrical milieu. We'll study the musicals themselves by reading libretti, listening to music, seeing taped and live performances, researching production histories, and analyzing popular, critical, and scholarly reception.

The Nature of Theatrical Reinvention

THR 334 · Fall 2018

S01 - John Doyle · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: John Doyle

This seminar explores how iconic pieces of theatre can be re-explored for modern audiences. The course will examine various aspects of how an artist can think out-of-the-box and the mechanisms the artist can use to do so.

Participatory Theater

THR 351 / MTD 351 · Fall 2018

S01 · Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: César Alvarez

At this moment, theater has an opportunity to redefine how stories can be told and how audiences might be invited into the telling. Young audiences have been weaned on choice-based, participatory and socially networked artwork and entertainment. Through scholarship, creative work, and play testing, this course will explore the emerging fields of participatory theater, interactive performance, social gaming, and system-based story telling. We will study the basics of game design, the fundamentals of physical and social gaming, ritual, and the history of interactivity as a theatrical device.

The Art of Producing Theater

THR 361 · Fall 2018

S01 · Wednesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Mara Isaacs

This course explores models of production and collaboration in the professional theater, with an emphasis on the relationship between reading and producing plays. Students will examine a wide variety of classic and contemporary plays and musicals as literature written for production with a detailed appreciation for what production entails. Students will develop an understanding of the aesthetic, dramaturgical, and values-based choices involved in producing theater.

Gender, Sexuality, and Media

VIS 369 / GSS 370 / THR 369 · Fall 2018

L01 & F01 · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm & Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructors: Amy Herzog

This course will approach questions of gender, sexuality, and power in popular media, from early cinema's appeals to middle-class female audiences at the turn of the last century, to the contemporary use of social media by feminist activists of color. Gender, sexuality, and identity will be viewed at the intersections of other biological and social categories, including race, class, orientation, ability, and ethnicity. We will examine the ways in which different media forms can be used to complicate, reinforce, exploit, or challenge those hierarchies.

World Drama

ENG 380 / THR 380 · Fall 2018

C01 · Mondays & Wednesdays, 11 am - 12:20 pm

Instructors: Robert N. Sandberg

This course is a survey of classical and modern drama from Africa, China, India, Japan, and Latin America.

Theater and Society Now

THR 385 / AMS 385 / GSS 385 / LAO 385 · Fall 2018

C01 · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Brian Herrera

As an art form, theater operates in the shared space and time of the present moment while also manifesting imagined worlds untethered by the limits of "real" life. In this course, we undertake a critical, creative, and historical survey of the ways contemporary theater-making in the United States — as both industry and creative practice — does (and does not) engage the most urgent concerns of contemporary American society.

Producing Theater: French Festivals Today

FRE 389 / THR 389 · Fall 2018

S01 · Wednesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Florent Masse

The course will explore the creation, production, and management of pioneering international festivals from France's main historic festivals, such as Festival d'Avignon and Festival d'Automne, to more recent and emerging ones worldwide.

Acting and Directing Workshop — Directing

THR 418 · Fall 2018

S01 · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm & Wednesdays, 1:30 - 3:20 pm

Instructors: Elena Araoz

Directing assignments will be created for each student, who will work with the actors in the class and whose work will be analyzed by the instructor and other members of the workshop. Students will be aided in their preparations by the instructor; they will also study script analysis and formulation of a director's point of view, staging and visual storytelling, the musicality of language, collaboration and rehearsal techniques, productive methods of critique, and the spectrum of responsibilities and forms of research involved in directing plays of different styles.

Theater Rehearsal and Performance

THR 451 / MTD 451 · Fall 2018

S01 · Fridays, 12:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Robert N. Sandberg

This course provides students with a rigorous and challenging experience of creating theater under near-professional circumstances. A professional director, an extensive rehearsal period, a concentrated week of technical rehearsals and multiple performances are key components. Students cast in the show or taking on major production roles can receive course credit.

Visual Arts

Drawing I

VIS 201 / ARC 201 · Fall 2018

Multiple sections offered

Instructors: Eve Aschheim · Nathan Carter

This course approaches drawing as a way of thinking and seeing.

Painting I

VIS 203 / ARC 327 · Fall 2018

Multiple sections offered

Instructors: Eve Aschheim · Pam Lins

An introduction to the materials and methods of painting.

Analog Photography

VIS 211 · Fall 2018

Multiple sections offered

Instructors: Deana Lawson · Jeff Whetstone

An introduction to the processes of analog photography through a series of problems directed toward the handling of film-based cameras, light-sensitive paper, darkroom chemistry, and printing.

Graphic Design: Typography

VIS 215 / CWR 215 · Fall 2018

U01 - Francesca Grassi · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm and 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructors: Francesca Grassi

This studio course introduces students to graphic design with a particular emphasis on typography. Students learn typographic history through lectures that highlight major shifts in print technologies and through their engagement in studio design projects.

Graphic Design: Visual Form

VIS 216 · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm and 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructors: David Reinfurt

This course introduces students to techniques for decoding and creating graphic messages in a variety of media, and delves into issues related to visual literacy through the hands-on making and analysis of graphic form.

Graphic Design: Circulation

VIS 217 · Fall 2018

U01 · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm and 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructors: David Reinfurt

Students in this course will consider the ways in which a graphic design object's characteristics are affected by its ability to be copied and shared, and by the environment in which it is intended to circulate.

Digital Animation

VIS 220 · Fall 2018

Multiple sections offered

Instructors: Tim Szetela

This studio production class will engage in a variety of timed-based collage, composition, visualization, and storytelling techniques. Students will be taught the fundamental techniques of 2D animation production.

Sculpture I

VIS 221 · Fall 2018

U01 · Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Joe Scanlan

A studio introduction to sculpture, particularly the study of form, space, and the influence of a wide variety of materials and processes on the visual properties of sculpture.

An Introduction to the Radical Imagination

DAN 223 / AAS 223 / VIS 224 · Fall 2018

S01 - Jaamil Olawale Kosoko · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko

Using an interdisciplinary visual and performance studies approach to explore various sites of contemporary art practices, this course will provide an introduction to radical performance practices through which artists consider the gendered and racialized body that circulates in the public domain, both onstage and off.

Sound Art

VIS 225 / MUS 271 / THR 225 · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm & Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Jess Rowland

In this course, you will be asked to develop your own voice in sound as an art material. Through the making of physical objects and use of audio technologies, we will think about sound expansively, as physical material, personal experience, and as concept. Along the way we will explore the extensive works of pioneers in sound art and contemporary music, learn new skills, and investigate ideas about sound which can inspire your own creative explorations. Building on diverse practices from Experimental Music to the Fine Arts, this will be a creative, open — and fun — journey into sound as art material.

How to Make a Film

VIS 261 · Fall 2018

C01 · Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm & Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Moon Molson

Through hands-on exercises, screenings, critical readings and group critiques, this course teaches the basic tools and approaches for film production with digital media.

Documentary Filmmaking

VIS 263 · Fall 2018

C01 · Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Lynne Sachs

In the real world, what relationships have the necessary friction to generate compelling films? Documentary Filmmaking will introduce you to the craft, history and theory behind attempts to answer this question.

Body and Object: Making Art that is both Sculpture and Dance

VIS 300 / DAN 301 · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Martha Friedman · Susan Marshall

Students in VIS300/DAN301 will create sculptures that relate directly to the body and compel performance, interaction, and movement. Students will also create dances that are informed by garments, portable objects, and props. Works will be designed for unconventional spaces, challenge viewer/performer/object relationships, augment and constrain the body, and trace the body's actions and form. The class will consider how context informs perceptions of the borders between performance, bodies, and objects. A lecture series of prominent choreographers and artists will accompany the course. This studio course is open enrollment.

Intermediate Photography

VIS 313 · Fall 2018

C01 · Thursdays, 12:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: James Welling

This course will examine photography's constant negotiation of evolving technologies. Students shoot black and white and color film and scan and print it digitally to broaden their photographic strategies, their technical skills, and their understanding of the medium of photography. A range of tools will be introduced, including analogue film development, scanning negatives, Photoshop processing, and inkjet printing.

Art as Research

VIS 322 · Fall 2018

C01 · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Fia Backström

Through readings, discussions, case studies, and studio projects, students in this class will engage the immediate context of the University as source material for their artworks, and as a means of exploring the effect that research and knowledge production might have on contemporary artistic practice.

Ceramic Sculpture

VIS 331 · Fall 2018

U01 · Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm and 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructors: Adam Welch

This course is course designed for students interested in learning the fundamentals of working with clay.

Intermediate Video and Film Production

VIS 361 · Fall 2018

C01 · Wednesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Moon Molson

A second level film/video workshop focusing on digital media production. Students complete one short film (8-12 minutes long) during the term in any style/genre (narrative, documentary, experimental, hybrid, etc). In class, short films will be analyzed regarding writing, directing, editing, sound design, and musical score. Students also view short films and videos each week outside of class.

Gender, Sexuality, and Media

VIS 369 / GSS 370 / THR 369 · Fall 2018

L01 & F01 · Mondays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm & Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructors: Amy Herzog

This course will approach questions of gender, sexuality, and power in popular media, from early cinema's appeals to middle-class female audiences at the turn of the last century, to the contemporary use of social media by feminist activists of color. Gender, sexuality, and identity will be viewed at the intersections of other biological and social categories, including race, class, orientation, ability, and ethnicity. We will examine the ways in which different media forms can be used to complicate, reinforce, exploit, or challenge those hierarchies.

Issues in Contemporary Art

VIS 392 / ART 392 · Fall 2018

C01 · Wednesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Joe Scanlan

The course addresses current issues in painting, drawing, sculpture, film, video, photography, and performance installation.

Advanced Screenwriting: Writing for Television

CWR 405 / VIS 405 · Fall 2018

C01 - Susanna Styron · Tuesdays, 1:30 - 4:20 p.m.

Instructors: Susanna Styron

Students in this advanced screenwriting course will work both independently and in small groups to learn how to develop, pitch, outline, and draft an original television show.

Advanced Drawing

VIS 407 · Fall 2018

U01 · Mondays, 12:30 - 4:20 pm

Instructors: Colleen Asper

Drawing is a distinct process; it can serve as a mode of documentation or as a preparatory step in many other processes. This allows drawing to point to a past event, create a primary experience in the present, and/or to serve as a model or plan for what is to come. We will explore these multiple uses of drawing and their accompanying temporalities through approaches that emphasize a wide range of formal effects — illusionistic form, space, flatness, mark-making, opacity, transparency — while simultaneously exploring how artists have turned to drawing to record, index, propose, invent, and fantasize.

Exhibition Issues and Methods

VIS 416 · Fall 2018

S01 · Tuesdays, 7:30 - 10:20 pm

Instructors: Pam Lins

This seminar provides senior Practice of Art Track and VIS certificate students a context for investigating and discussing contemporary art exhibition practices.

Introduction to Screenwriting: Adaptation

CWR 448 / VIS 448 · Fall 2018

C01 - Christina Lazaridi · Thursdays, 1:30 - 3:50 pm

Instructors: Christina Lazaridi

This course will introduce students to screenwriting adaptation techniques, focusing primarily on the challenges of adapting “true stories” pulled from various non-fiction sources.