Seth Combs teaches the Art of Arts & Culture Freelance Writing
No matter what your niche or expertise, writing about the world of arts and culture can be difficult if you’re not well versed in the language and editorial style of these seemingly different topics. If you love dishing on food, can you expand your repertoire into music? Love to blog about the hautest fashions, but also see parallels in visual art? This is the class for you. Over four weeks, you will learn the basics as well as helpful tricks of the trade on how to successfully and poignantly write about all facets of arts and culture. Whether you’re interested in starting your own blog or want to start freelancing for publications, the class will go into in-depth detail on how to write a standout piece and, more importantly, how to get your writing noticed. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask specific questions about A&C writing.
Week one (Sep. 6): Writing about music and books
Week two (Sep. 13): Writing about film, television and visual art
Week three (Sep. 20): Writing about food and drinks
Week four (Sep. 27): Writing about fashion, dance and other kinds of arts and culture articles
A native of the south, Seth Combs has been freelance writing for almost a decade. His work has been published in magazines such as Spin, Men’s Health and The Hollywood Reporter. Over that time he’s also been the Arts & Culture editor at San Diego CityBeat, the Associate Editor at Riviera Magazine, and most recently, the Editor in Chief of Pacific San Diego. He has written countless articles on a variety of topics including music, visual art, films, fashion, books, health, dance, video games, nightlife and food.