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Replay: Dialogues Across Disciplines with José Teodoro
Missed our summer session on finding inspiration across storytelling forms? Purchase a Replay and get unlimited streams of this class, plus a handy tip-sheet to guide you through your next assignment.
In this lecture, playwright José Teodoro discusses finding inspiration in varied storytelling forms and offers a broader sense of what art can do. The value of cultivating knowledge in your chosen artistic discipline is self-evident. To ignore the history and techniques of other disciplines, however, is to deny a great source of dynamism and innovation. By focusing on storytelling in cinema, literature and theatre, you will explore the myriad ways that artists glean inspiration from varied forms. Surveying artists such as Ingmar Bergman, Maggie Nelson, David Lynch, Ian Williams, and others, you’ll examine how curiosity and critical thinking merge in the creation of memorable works of art.
This is not a live seminar. Purchase includes: password to access recorded webinar and a tip-sheet from the author to guide you through future projects.
Date: Jul. 10/20
Instructor: José Teodoro
Length: 1hr 32 min.
Attachment: Multi-disciplinary storytelling tip-sheet with access information for recorded tutorial
About the instructor: José Teodoro is the author of several plays, including Mote, Steps and The Tourist. He’s trained at the Canadian Film Centre, Playwrights Theatre Centre, and the Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity. José co-authored the bilingual art book Cathedral and writes on culture for publications such as Brick, The Globe & Mail and Film Comment. He has also served as story editor on several films, including the acclaimed documentary The Stairs.