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Reflecting on Remix
By Kevin Hodgson
Remixing can enhance or amplify the original art, and extra value can be gained by pairing your remix with a written reflection.
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The Art of Making as Remix
By Christina Cantrill
Remix is the process of using pieces of something to make or inspire something else. See how this can apply to poetry.
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Blackout Poetry: Defying the Blank Page
By Catherine Williams and Dylan Williams
Learn about blackout poetry: what is, how to find good examples, and how to get your class started making with and writing within this fascinating art form.
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