IMA Number: 768 | 3 credits

Professor: Rachel Stevens

This class meets Wednesday 6 - 9 pm in HN 544

Full Course Description:

This class is a workshop that explores different forms of nonlinear narrative while providing a space for students to practice their own development of stories for nonlinear forms. Through readings, art and media examples, and class discussions, students will develop strategies and ideas culminating in an ambitious nonlinear storytelling media project. Students are encouraged to bring material (sketches, research, writing, footage) to the class that they may already be working with.

Permissions: Cleared after advisement with IMA Director and Program Coordinator.

Pre-requesite(s): Social and Historical Roots of Arts and Culture,

*Please note that in many cases all prerequisites listed aren't strictly necessary, please ask the IMA program assistant for clarification.