Spring19 at Chapman University/Dodge College I will be teaching a new course! Would love to have you there in part of this born again medium-
For those who might be interested in the course, it is at night, and there are ways to join who are not fully enrolled at Chapman. Also, if you don’t have the prerequisites, those can be waived if I petition it. If you are interested please contact my EDU email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing for Audio, part of the Writing for Evolving Platforms Track, focuses on scripted narratives that have no visual component. This class will explore several methodologies and writing methods that best illustrate something aurally onto the page. Most screenwriting classes emphasize “show not tell”, while this employs “show through tell”. With various exercises focusing on the individual components of sound and dialogue, the class will eventually build to creating a script that will be fully casted, recorded and produced in partnership with the Audio Techniques course.
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