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Continuing Education

Writing Culture: Exploring the Intersection Between Text and Image (canceled)

Date: 9:00am PDT October 25, 2014 Location: Lewis & Clark College, exact location TBD

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    Laura Moulton, M.F.A.

Lewis & Clark College, exact location TBD

This course has been cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Please check back for information about future scheduling of this course.

What is created at the intersection of text and image? In this Northwest Writing Institute course, we’ll examine public art, graffiti, flyers on telephone poles, black Sharpie on bathroom walls, poetry, graphic novels, ‘zines, and manifestos. We’ll look at artists who blend commentary into their visual work, and writers whose prose strays into other art forms.

By observing, scribbling, and experimenting with visual language ourselves, we’ll study how words and imagery work together to document what one form alone could not.

Designed for teachers, counselors, and citizens who would like to deepen their writing practice and enhance their skills of observation.

Northwest Writing Institute classes are offered to teachers, counselors, parents, veterans, and all community members interested in the power of stories to help us understand and practice human connections for the good of all.

A 3 hour sampler workshop called Exploring the Intersection of Text and Image will be offered on October 9 and will provide an introduction to the material covered in this course.

Course Details & Registration

Dates: Saturday-Sunday, October 25-26, 2014

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Instructor: Laura Moulton, M.F.A.

Degree-applicable credit: WCM 532, 1 semester hour, $828

Continuing education credit: CELA 832, 1 semester hour, $350

Noncredit: $250, includes 15 CEUs or PDUs. Lewis & Clark Alumni save 20%.

About the Instructor

Laura Moulton is the founder of Street Books, a bicycle-powered mobile library that serves people who live outside in Portland, Oregon. She has taught writing in public schools, prisons, and teen shelters, and is an adjunct professor at Marylhurst University. Her social art practice projects have involved postal workers, immigrants, prisoners and students. She earned an M.F.A. from Eastern Washington University. For more information, visit

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