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Low-Residency Program 2012

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Day one of the Low- Residency Program. Students arrived, shared their projects and started outlining goals for the week and project. Excited for today’s visual details class with Justine, and then Tom’s tone-of-voice, point-of-view and character development class Wednesday before digging in and finishing Thursday and Friday.

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