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MA in Literature
Course Description

BOOK 236
Work in Context: Writing, Book Art, and Public Presentation
Fall

This class will examine the intersection of text, form and visual art in contemporary art and creative writing practice. In addition to exploring the critical literature, students will consider the role of the curator in exhibitions and publishing through a series of visual and written projects and public presentations.

Credit Hours:
1

Instructor(s):
Staff
Instructor consent required.

Prerequisite:
BOOK 230

Note(s):
This seminar is open to students in the MFA in Book Art and Creative Writing. Graduate students not in this degree program should apply to the instructor and the program chair. No auditors.
Open to graduate students only.

Last Updated: 8/4/07