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    The University of the Arts
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2014-2015 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CRWT 320  Writing and Collaboration

Division of Liberal Arts

3 credits 45.0 hours
300 level undergraduate course

This inter-disciplinary course requires the Creative Writing student to work with a student from another major on a substantial collaborative project. Writing majors will be partnered with students in a course within a cooperating department, selected on a rotating basis; one year writers might be paired with illustrators, another year musicians. Students in Writing and Collaboration will have the unique opportunity to learn about another art form and deepen that understanding through engaging in the collaborative process. In addition, students will be given the option of pursuing a shorter-term project with a collaborator in a discipline of their choice. Collaborating partners will be responsible for developing projects and showcasing their work in progress. Students also will study the history and theory of collaboration, examining the work of notable collaborators and the artistic questions surrounding the nature of collaboration itself. Students collaborating with Creative Writing majors will receive independent study credit for their participation.

Prerequisites FYWT*112 or FYWT*101;

Priority enrollment for Creative Writing majors.
This course is not repeatable for credit.
This course can fulfill a liberal arts elective or free elective requirement.