Tuesday, 05 May 2020
LESSON 04 / READING as Archive, text, quotes, script, notebooks
__ learn about ways language has been leveraged as tool in archive
__ continue to develop skills, potential and clarity with your reading as archive
__ create a small journal or notebook using any element of choice from your archive
ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION /
many of us find it useful to gather and organize our reading “inputs.” i would assert that half of being a maker, and artist, is research, following our nose on what strikes us, following it, reading about it. sometimes there are direct connections to the work we create in the studio, sometimes not, but it all is part of your practice.
think about how, where and what you read. maybe you already have some habits to share? perhaps you’d like to begin a notebook just for taking notes when reading poetry. document this process (it will look different for everyone) through a “themed” minibook, flier or pamphlet. post your images in the classroom and tell us a bit about your journey. all work must be submitted by thursday 07may @ 12noon (nyc time) and all students must check back and comment on at least one other student’s work by 2p (nyc time).
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES /
__ Ask yourself “do i have a good reading spot?”
__ bell hooks
__ Drew Holcomb’s songwriting journal (go to minute 38)
__ DIY books
UP NEXT /
one-on-one conversations: Session 5 and Link to sign up posts Tuesday, May 05 @ 2am (NYC time)