The series includes courses in various aspects of Writing, Producing, Directing, and Acting.
Aside from local ATL classes & workshops, Feinberg has also taken students to the Cannes Film Festival in France and to Cortona, Italy “Under the Tuscan Sun”.
Offered as: Minor in Writing (TU) Interested in author readings, book signings, and literary festivals? (The AJC Decatur Book Festival is the largest independent book festival in the country, last year drawing more than 600 authors alone.) Looking for a top-notch internship at a trendy advertising agency or a widely read magazine? Graduates with a background in writing often excel in creative careers of all kinds, including music, theater, and the visual arts.
Many pursue a career in communication: working in advertising, blogging, journalism, marketing, television, and more.
Small classes allow participants to create relationships with others while they learn by honing the tools of their trade with hands-on exercises and techniques.
The best way to learn is by doing, and when you have mentors to guide you as you go, “doing” is easier.
Our award-winning faculty of poets and fiction writers mentor undergraduate and graduate students who come to GSU to study the craft and art of writing, and to prepare for careers in writing, publishing, and academia.
We award the Ph D in English, Concentration in Creative Writing (one of the top 15 in the US, as ranked by Poets & Writers); the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing; and the Master of Arts in English, Concentration in Creative Writing.
He is leading 2 work-study vacation programs this June in Italy. Companions accompany their actor on a work-study-vacation / acting journey to scenic Tuscany.
You will experience daily master writing sessions, inspiring afternoon excursions and nightly free-write time. While actors are receiving training, companions will have the opportunity to go on excursions, relax, wander, read, eat, or do whatever strikes their fancy; then catch up with their actor when they are not in session.