Participant Review: Amy Dolan AP Participant Review is a new feature of the AP Blog. It is an ongoing archive of selected work produced by the AP Participants drawn from their online courses. Each week the faculty select a work (from a production course) or a post (from a criticism course) and ask the student to re-edit it for the blog.  This week Amy Dolan (MFA AP15) produced “Open (Time to Make Donuts)” for Kathy Brew’s (AP Faculty) course, “Autobiography of Place.”  svaparticipants: Amy Dolan (MFA AP15) “Open (Time to Make the Donuts)” Digital Photograph, 20” x 30” I used to wake up at 3:30 AM everyday to head to work at a small donut shop in my hometown of Medfield, Massachusetts. The feeling of being all by myself at this hour, in a place that is usually occupied, created a strange blanket of loneliness and serenity that has stuck with me ever since. I am interested in how the aura of a particular place changes simply based on the time of day. —

Participant Review: Amy Dolan

AP Participant Review is a new feature of the AP Blog. It is an ongoing archive of selected work produced by the AP Participants drawn from their online courses. Each week the faculty select a work (from a production course) or a post (from a criticism course) and ask the student to re-edit it for the blog. 

This week Amy Dolan (MFA AP15) produced “Open (Time to Make Donuts)” for Kathy Brew’s (AP Faculty) course, “Autobiography of Place.” 

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Amy Dolan (MFA AP15)

“Open (Time to Make the Donuts)”
Digital Photograph, 20” x 30”

I used to wake up at 3:30 AM everyday to head to work at a small donut shop in my hometown of Medfield, Massachusetts. The feeling of being all by myself at this hour, in a place that is usually occupied, created a strange blanket of loneliness and serenity that has stuck with me ever since. I am interested in how the aura of a particular place changes simply based on the time of day.