Students will explore the creative forces that go into making films and film adaptations of plays.
In a workshop setting, students will participate in acting exercises and theater games as well as perform character monologues and improvisational scenes.
This is an intensive workshop (seminar format) in which the student concentrates on the writing of poetry, on the use of metrics and form (plus free verse), and on the use of symbolism and metaphor
This course focuses on the craft of composing fiction, including narrative design from the traditional to the experimental, point of view, voice, tension and resolution, character construction, and
This workshop is a scriptwriters' roundtable. Members collaborate on scripts for films (including shorts), one-act plays, or TV.
In this course, students write creative nonfiction, including personal narratives, memoirs, journalism, travel writing, personal essays, and more.
This course will teach students the fundamentals of journalism and how to apply these fundamentals specifically to reviews and critical analyses of music.
Utilizing interdisciplinary approaches to interpretation, composition, and music education, this course offers critical and creative approaches to understanding and articulating characteristics of
In this course, students learn about the major principles of intercultural communication.
This course explores the diversity of children's literature both inside and outside our country, illustrating common social themes as well as multicultural perspectives.
In the Advanced Theater Scriptwriting Workshop, students will research, draft and write a theater script with music.
In this course, students develop a theatrical show, featuring an original script, and works in conjunction with a dedicated musical ensemble.
In this course, students continue to develop and explore their poetry skills at a high level.
Poetry Jam and Slam is all about performance poetry-studying it, writing it, and performing it.
Poetry Jam and Slam 2: Advanced Workshop expands and evolves the students' experience in the world of performance poetry.
In this course, students explore various styles of poetry, spoken word and improvisation, utilizing a variety of cultural and literary art forms.
In this intensive course, speakers of other languages will develop the skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing in English necessary for success in all college classes.
This course is designed to provide critical and creative approaches to one of the most neglected, yet rich, areas of African American studies: children's literature and culture.
In a workshop setting, students read, explore, and act scenes from plays.
FUSION Magazine Seminar and Practicum provides students with advanced literary and editorial skills, as well as the hands-on experience of editing and producing a contemporary magazine for creative