PhDWorks.orgâ€™s writers will study art history through seminar series. Expanded horizons, novel ideas: all will enhance PhDWorks.org writersâ€™ creative output.
Online PR News – 20-December-2010 – – At PhDWorks.org, our greatest asset is the creativity of our writers, and we nurture it carefully. Over the years, PhDWorks.org has undertaken all sorts of actions, some goofy, to spark their inspiration. The most recent is a bit more serious: we hope to open up new vistas for our staff with a series of seminars examining the history of art around the world. This will add to the fund of experience upon which they draw in their writing for our customers.
Luckily, we can call on experts from amongst our staff in a number of sub-specialties in art history. These range from the pre-historic mysteries of cave paintings and inscrutable stone Venuses, to yesterdayâ€™s gallery reviews, and everything in between. Their slide presentations will feature coeval examples of art from cultures across the world. The goal is to demonstrate a global art time line that will help our writers make connections they might not otherwise consider. This kind of synthetic thinking is what helps to produce papers that are more than mechanical and pedestrian. PhDWorks.org expects lots of creative momentum to come out of this seminar series!
PhDWorks.orgâ€™s past efforts to enrich and expand the experience of our writers are all on view at our website, http://phdworks.org. You can also find out about all our academic and business writing services.
PhDWorks.org has built a corps of professional writers and editors over the last several years, and our customers have benefited. Their positive feedback indicates that all the academic support we have given them has been gratifyingly effective. Whether you need final proofreading/editing, or comprehensive help from start to finish, we can help you with your writing projects.