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Picture Perfect

15 three-hour classes taught on a weekly basis (delivered in Fall term)

Each student produces work to be included in a professionally published class anthology.

In this workshop for ages 11-14, students work with a mentor to explore the world of art history. Along the way, they write stories and critical thinking pieces, engage in debates, and try their hands at a variety of art-based activities to help inform their opinions. Each week students produce written assignments that are corrected and edited by the mentor and, ultimately, are published in a class anthology.

It is generally recommended that students participate in Dream Workshop Levels A and B before joining this intermediate class. In addition, students entering an intermediate program should demonstrate exceptional commitment to creative writing.

Students read 12-15 novels selected by the mentor to help improve reading and writing capabilities.

For enrollment, schedules, and fee information, please contact CWC.

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Student writing.


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