Winter 2013 and Spring 2013 quarters
- Marilyn Freeman media arts, film and television, creative writing
- Fields of Study
- communications, literature, media arts, media studies, moving image, visual arts and writing
- Preparatory for studies or careers in
- media studies, media arts production, visual arts, film studies and creative writing.
This is an opportunity for students to work with faculty from a diverse set of disciplines on creative and scholarly projects. Students will come away with invaluable skills in library and archival research practices, visual arts studio practices, laboratory practices, film/media production practices, critical research and writing, and much more. Critical and Creative Practices is comprised of a diverse group of artists, theorists, scientists, mathematicians, writers, filmmakers and other cultural workers whose interdisciplinary fields of study sit at the crossroads between critical theoretical studies and creative engagement.
Marilyn Freeman (writing and media arts) is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily with time-based art for the page, the screen, and installation. Presently, Marilyn is particularly focused on the video essay as an ascendant form for creative and critical experiments with text, sound, and image. Her immediate projects include two video essay productions and a book— Crafting the Video Essay (University of Chicago Press, 2014). These projects provide opportunities for advanced students to assist with research and to enhance media arts skills through working directly with Marilyn in preproduction, production, and post-production of the video essays.
- Campus Location
- Online Learning
- Enhanced Online Learning
- Greener Store
- Offered During
- Day, Evening and Weekend
|January 14th, 2013||New opportunity added|