Summer Practicum on Image & Text in Ithica, NY!

“Image Text Ithica” is offering a Summer practicum on Image & Text…

unnamedImage Text Practicum 

June 13-24, 2016

 Taught by Morgan Ashcom (Photography) and Katie Marks (Writing)

Learn to work at the intersection of writing and photography. This two-week classroom and experiential course focuses on the history and contemporary practice of image and text-based work while involving students directly, as interns, in Ithaca College’s Image Text Ithaca (ITI) workshop. This four-day event brings together internationally recognized and emerging artists and writers for four days of intensive collaboration and presentations culminating in the publication of a new book.  ITI Fellows will include Emily Abendroth, Melissa Catanese, Tony Cokes, C.S. Giscombe and Ed Panar, as well as program directors Nicholas Muellner and Catherine Taylor.  Further information about the Workshop and the 2016 Fellows, can be found at: www.imagetextithaca.com.

Students will complete an independent or collaborative text-image project as part of the 3-credit course. The Image Text Practicum aims to develop skills in writing, photography, collaborative publishing practice and event planning, and to provide an opportunity for students to work with a diverse set of international artists.

External students and and other interested individuals are welcome to enroll. Cross-listed as WRTG 31200 and CNPH 31200; 3 credits (Summer).

Contact: Morgan Ashcom (mashcom@ithaca.edu) or Katie Marks (kmarks@ithaca.edu) for course and enrollment information.

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