Reviewing the Arts is written for those media writers assigned to review an artistic event or performance, providing the tools for a journalist to write informed and enlightened reviews of the arts. This useful text guides writers through the steps for producing an acceptable review of fine and performing arts, covering the range of arts from film and television to drama and dance; from sculpture and architecture to music. Author Campbell Titchener suggests ways to approach both familiar and unfamiliar art forms to prepare an informed evaluation, and in this updated third edition he includes current examples from practicing journalists and veteran critics. This practical text fits readily into the journalism curriculum, and will be a useful resource for practicing journalists.One awaits further proof; if Salonen and Berlioz are made for each other, surely the new sounds of Disney can only seal the relationship. Indoors, there was some quieter French music at the County Museum, in an evening of piano duets as aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reviewing the Arts|
|Author||:||Campbell B. Titchener|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2006-04-21|