Bielawski – Sunday, Jun 6, 1-2:15 pm (Online)
This class is open to all languages! Since this is an introductory and a non-language-specific course, we will use our time together to familiarize ourselves with important concepts pertaining to all translational work. Translating is excellent practice for writers of all kinds, so this class is recommended for any writer. You do not have to be fluent (by any means) in another language to translate from that language into English. People with current translation projects underway are welcome, as are people who have never translated before, but are curious about the subject. Please bring a small piece of writing (or an excerpt) in another language to class.
About the Instructor:
Morgan Bielawski is a writer and photographer from Northern California. She honed her photography skills at Bard College in Upstate N.Y. with professors Stephen Shore and An-My Lê; there she developed a passionate interest in film photography. Morgan writes primarily short stories and nonfiction; her work has been published in The Documentarian, Lux, and Sui Generis. She also translates stories and poems from Russian and Middle English to (Modern) English. Morgan has a BA in Written Arts, and two academic concentrations: one in film photography, and another in Russian. In her spare time, Morgan plays and records American folk music and looks after her two fish.
This class is conducted online! A computer with audio, video, and internet functionality is required. Students will receive Zoom login information the day before the class starts. Student gives permission for The ArtsCenter and for instructor to use their image and comments in class recordings for promotional non-commercial purposes. Refunds and exchanges are not offered for online classes.
All ArtSchool registrations have a $3 processing fee added upon check-out.
ArtsCenter members receive 15% off of the cost of this course!