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Allison Dalton

Humanities & Sciences
Illustration
adalton@artcenter.edu
www.allisonlaytindalton.com

BIOGRAPHY

Allison Dalton has made a career of being a writer surrounded by artists of other/all sorts, first in her own schooling and since 2001 as a professor in Los Angeles. In her classes, independent studies, and projects conducted outside of the classroom, she asks students to consider their writing meaningful creative production worth sharing, editing a useful mode of thinking, and book-making an artistic and design project as germane and challenging as work they do in their major-related courses. New publications include "Here Is What I Know: I Know Very Little," a chapbook collaboration with Illustration student Jane Lee; and "Skin Doll," an artist''s interactive iBook supported by an Art Center faculty development grant, available for free download from iTunes.

EDUCATION

M.F.A. Columbia University 1997 Fiction Writing
M.A. UC Santa Cruz 1994 Literature, Creative Writing

WORK INCLUDES

Art Center College of Design
Administrative Duties, H&S, INT, ILL
Otis College of Art & Design
Adjunct Professor, advisor Creative Writing Minor program
Fashion Almanac magazine
Managing Editor
Berlitz Publishing Company
Freelance Editor

AWARDS INCLUDE

Glimmer Train short story contest "Top 25" Spring 2014 for short story "Here Is What I Know: I Know Very Little"
AWP Intro Award for short story "Cleavage"
Squaw Valley Writer''s Conference Scholarship
Columbia University Writing Division Fellowship

MEMBERSHIPS INCLUDE

Founding Reverend of the Los Angeles branch of the Church of Craft

CLASSES

Adv Ent Project Studio
All You Can Eat-Food Invst/Ins
Genre Literature
IS: Illustrated Short Stories
IS:Adv Writing Workshop
IS:Graphic Novel Writing
Play Time
Project-Writing Workshop
The Graphic Novel
   
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