Registration Open for Spring 2017 Continuing Education Classes in the Documentary Arts

A young man plays in the Oceti Sakowin Camp near Cannon Ball, North Dakota on Sept. 10, 2016. Photograph by Sarah Stacke, instructor of the CDS Continuing Education course Visual Storytelling on Instagram.

A young man plays in the Oceti Sakowin Camp near Cannon Ball, North Dakota on Sept. 10, 2016. Photograph by Sarah Stacke, instructor of “Visual Storytelling on Instagram.”

The Center for Documentary Studies offers Continuing Education classes year-round—in photography, video, audio, narrative writing, and other creative media. Registration is now open for Spring 2017 classes and workshops with a host of established, new, and online classes on offer, including a few hybrid on-site/online classes. 

A complete listing of all Spring 2017 courses as well as registration information can be found here.

Classes set to begin in early January include Writing, Funding, and Legalese as well as The South in Black and White, among others. A number of new classes will be debuted this term, including Intro Seminar: Traditions, which examines traditions of documentary work through an interdisciplinary lens, and Podcasting for the People, a new class that will help students to conceptualize, create, and develop their own podcast.

Read full class descriptions and register.

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