Editing for the Arts (webinar) SU21


July 15, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Registration is closed for this class


Do you want to edit content about theater, film, or art? This 60-minute workshop will give you everything you’ll need to get started in this rewarding genre. You’ll learn a wide range of options for editing pieces on theater, film, and performance art, including the skills you’ll need to become an arts editor with an extensive vocabulary for critique. You’ll walk away with an in-depth understanding of the different types of arts-related content, how to best work with these types of materials and collaborate with arts writers, and how to break into this field.

Marcina Zaccaria has worked at EdLab at Columbia University, editing articles for Teacher’s College Record and the New Learning Times. She has written and edited profiles for Howl Round, based at Emerson College, and has held temporary positions at Condé Nast and Rodale Publishing. For over five years, she has been a reviewer for, and is currently the Theatre and Opera Editor at The Theatre Times. She holds an undergraduate degree from Tisch School of the Arts, and received an MFA from Columbia University.

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