Reviewers and arts journalists play a crucial role in the arts. What they write informs the critical reception and commercial success of an artistic work. Their writing also shapes the legacy of an artist’s work. Reviewing the Arts explores a variety of writing modes in arts journalism, including interviews, previews and reviews. This is an interdisciplinary and industry-articulated course that provides opportunities to engage with writing practices across many forms including theatre and performance, dance, music, literature, visual arts and film. Reviewing the Arts helps prepare you for freelance/portfolio careers as artists, journalists and administrators in the arts.
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