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How to Write an Arts and Culture Review
Get started writing about music, film, books, theater or any other arts and culture topic
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1. Information = authority. Create a context for your reader. Every area of arts and culture has its unique set of contexts. We cover several examples. 2. Researching and Writing About Your Subject * Using specialized art-based websites Key sites to help broaden your research. * How to open your review There are several writing styles to choose from, including descriptive, analytic, personal, critical, and historical. * Establishing the tone of your review Nailing down a style that's appropriate to your subject and your target publication can make or break your review and help you establish your voice as a critic. 3. How to Publish Your Review * Target specific publications * Don't have clips? Go after local and regional publications. * Our list of resources for researching publications that use freelancers
Learn everything you need to know about how to craft a smart, well-written Arts and Culture Review. This Crash Course analyzes what makes a compelling review and explains how you can establish a context for your material so that readers (and editors) engage with the material. Plus, it explains how to start writing and how to publish your work.
15 minutes total running time