Our Comics, Ourselves: Minicomics Workshop
Your story and your world is important and comics are powerful way to share your experiences, combining your words and images to tell your story the way you see it. When you make a comic and share it with the world it has the power to educate, to incite, to create empathy, and to make a space for understanding. It is an exciting and empowering medium!
In this workshop, we will learn about why comics is a uniquely powerful medium, and how to create a 8 page mini-comic. We will learn about creating a character, a narrative, drawing and inking our comics. This class is for beginners and experienced drawers alike - no experience with comics is necessary, only excitement to tell your story! The goal is to leave with a mini-comic, drawn on letter sized paper, that will be ready for you to Xerox and distribute.
Please note: This event will be held in the Art & Design Building, Room 1009 (Print Shop).
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- Friday, September 15, 2017
- 3:30pm - 4:30pm
- Fairfax Campus
Whether you need help finding library resources or developing your research topic into a clearer idea, I'm here to help! You can also book a time to talk with me about Mason's artists' book collection or to discuss proposals or ideas for the Fenwick Gallery.
My office is located in 2212 Fenwick Library, 2nd floor.