Springtime GRAPHIC MEMOIR WORKSHOP with Nicole J. Georges
LIVE via ZOOM
This class meets once a week for 5 weeks
Mondays from 3-6 p.m. PST
April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8
*Note: We may add an extra class workshop date May 15, if there is enough interest.
Class size limit: 12
In this workshop we will explore and practice elements of story-telling in comics, with a focus on autobiography, and a little fiction.
We will create original work through writing exercises and guided cartooning assignments, and discuss work in a supportive atmosphere to highlight each artist’s strengths.
Students will come away with
This class is appropriate for both beginners and more advanced cartoonists. No drawing experience is required, just a willingness to draw.
Early-bird Special: Sign up before January 15 and get a huge savings. I love a savings.
There are no refunds for this class. Please consider before enrolling.
I currently have one fully funded scholarship available for a trans or BIPOC student. I’m working on more! Please email to inquire about this.
Supplies/What to bring:
A fresh, blank notebook (spiral bound or otherwise, but lined or graph paper is terrific)
Pens that are easy for you to write & draw with. Preferably Papermate Flair Tip pens or a comparable, water-proof pen.
15 sheets of blank, normal computer paper.
Anything extra that you like to jazz up your drawings with. Brush pens, brushes, colored pencils, etc.
Optional: Bristol board or mixed media paper for homework
Once you’ve signed up, please EMAIL ME: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have any experience with comics? (It’s okay if no)
Do you have any comics goals that I can help with?
Send me a drawing of a dog on a skateboard. It’s okay if it is a rough sketch, photographed by your phone.
Thank you very much!
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