Inspiring Writing in Art and Design: Taking a Line for a Write

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Intellect Books, 2009 - Design - 294 pages
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When art and design students are asked for statements to accompany their work, reflective journals, or critiques, reviews and essays, they often freeze up because they have to put their thoughts in writing. Although these students are comfortable expressing themselves visually, they lack confidence working with words. Inspiring Writing in Art and Design is a practical aid for those students who are disheartened or overwhelmed by having to write. Pat Francis provides short writing exercises and creative writing techniques for tutors to use and which will help art and design students develop their ability to verbally articulate the concepts and aesthetics behind their art. Using Francis’s examples, students will build confidence and skills that can help them succeed in presenting their work and themselves in, and beyond, the studio world.

 

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Contents

2 Practicals
79
3 Examples
221
Appendix
277

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About the author (2009)

Pat Francis is a specialist writing and dyslexia tutor at the University for the Creative Arts in the United Kingdom.

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