Architecture Journalism Course | July Batch | Epistle X ArchitectureChat
Architecture has long prided itself on storytelling through purely visual tools, having overlooked the potential that words hold in creating meaning, sharing ideas, knowledge and enabling an engaging discourse on architecture and design. If you are interested in what it takes to communicate effectively through the written word, here is a unique opportunity to hone your skills in Architectural Journalism.
Mentored by Tanya Khanna, Founder Epistle communications in collaboration with ArchitectureChat, the course is at the helm of career exploration in architectural journalism. The short 1-month course will focus on:
– The basics of architectural journalism
– How to kickstart a career in Architectural journalism and it’s opportunities
– How to build an architectural journalism portfolio
Format- Scheduled Teaching + Workshop + Independent Study
Each weekly module comprises of two 45 min sessions- Sessions will be in taught + workshop-based format
Duration: 4 weeks
Platform: Google Meet + Website access (Limited to registrants only for course material)
You will be able to access the recorded google meet sessions under the curriculum tab
Number of seats: 30 students
Batch will start from 21st July 2020
Registration end date: Closed
You can request a refund before 12th July 2020.
You can contact us by sending an email to [email protected] indicating the email you use for course registration, the order ID and the reason for the refund.
- Lectures 21
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 9 hours
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 76
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Course Details + Schedule + Google Meet Invitation
What is Architectural Journalism- a theoretical and practical view, Need for Architectural Writing
Types of writing, Framework of write- ups.
Analysis of Texts
Closure, Assessment, Feedback and Interaction.
How to Start a Blog