Create a Graphic Novel for ages 12 & up
In this fun filled workshop you will explore the amazing world of comic book/graphic novel. You will learn story telling basics, character drawing, layout, bubble placement and lettering. We’ll have a great time learning fantastic art skills that you can take home and explore on your own. No prior skills necessary. Finished work may be exhibited at the “In House” open house on Sunday March 19.
Saturdays from 10 – 12:30pm from January 21 to February 18 – 5 sessions
Early bird – $125 + $10 for materials. After Jan. 6th $137.50 + $10 materials. Materials are provided & include paper, colored pencils & erasers.
Minimum students 6 – Maximum students 12
I am a full time practicing visual artist working with colour pencil, graphite and
charcoal. I use large-scale portraits to explore issues surrounding acceptance and
rejection based on societal norms, values, cultural beliefs and ritualistic practices.
Having worked for over 20 years as an art educator, I came to portrait drawing only
recently and I continue to explore the use of portraits to discuss important issues
we see in Canada today. Having created work for public installations, gallery
exhibitions and private collections my work strives to open up important
dialogue around issues of homophobia, racism, ageism, poverty, body image and multiculturalism.
I hold a Diploma in Design, a BFA with distinctions from Concordia University in
Montreal, Art Teacher Certification and an M.Ed. from UBC.
Saturdays from 10 – 12:30pm – January 21 to February 18 @ Mahon Hall – 5 sessions
Ages 12 & up
Early Bird – $125 + $10 materials. After Jan. 6, $137.50 + $10 materials.
Please Register Online or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-538-8447