Thinking Making Writing

LALW100-01

Start Date

06/04

Time

9am–4pm

Format

Remote

End Date

06/27

Meeting Day

Tue, Wed, Thu

Credits

3

This writing course focuses on skills for thinking and writing about artwork. Writing helps to develop the ability to reflect on creative processes. The course uses an interdisciplinary approach—crossing boundaries and integrating insights from visual art, writing, library science and other disciplines— for research.  Students learn to tell the story that exists in their art.

 

*MassArt BFA students: This course may satisfy a foundation year course. Contact ARC@massart.edu or your advisor for more information.

This remote class uses the ZOOM platform.
Class sessions 
Tues, Wed, Thurs, 9am-4pm
June 4 through June 27th and Fri, June 28th, online exam
(No class on Wed, Jun 19th)
Daily Schedule
9:00-12:00 online class instruction
12:00-1:00 individual consultations
1:00-4:00   async class work (writing work for next class meeting)

Jeanette Luise Eberhardy PhD, MFA, is a writer, book artist, and educator. She designs educational experiences to optimize growth for students, artists, and professionals who are crafting stories to explore meaningful work. At the 17thAnnual Women’s International Conference in Berlin, Eberhardy gave the opening address Your Story Matters to 800 women business leaders. She has delivered … Read more