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by admin on 26/07/2010 · 1 comment

How can this site get better?
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01. Write a comment
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Owen Brierley August 23, 2010 at 12:36 pm

Hey Kelsey and Melissa!

I am eager to help out with this in any way I can! I just posted an article to my blog that looks at the importance of how an artist frames the notion of time for the audience. At first, it was my thoughts on monologue versus dialogue, but then that logic didn’t really address what I was thinking about. This article is more of what I am wrestling with.



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