On Friday, November 30, all first- and second-year MFA students presented their fall quarter research to the faculty and their fellow students. Several presentation styles were in evidence, including some lesser-known powerpoint bells and whistles, as well as flashes of live action. Amy Steele's creative-block-busting moves rounded out the morning, while Cyrus Smith's choreographed celebration brought the day to a festive end. Later, some participants were seen de-briefing at the Candlelight next door. First reports indicate that the single-day format worked well. Feedback on the day's structure is encouraged.
Monday, December 3, 2007
Posted by PSU MFA News at 2:16 PM