GETTING TO GRIPS WITH GRAPHIC NOVELS

Festivals |
20th October 2013

Hot foot from teaching on the Arvon Foundation leading comic creator Karrie Fransman will help you get to grips with this exciting medium. Explore the history of sequential art from the Bayeux tapestry to Grayson Perry's own tapestries, debate the meaning of manga, graphic novels and sequential art, and discover why we are entering a golden age of visual storytelling

Karrie’s autobiographical comic strips were published in The Guardian and her comic serial The Night I Lost My Love ran in The Times. Her graphic novel, The House That Groaned, is published by Random House’s Square Peg and highly- praised by film director Nicolas Roeg as well as being chosen as Graphic Novel of the Month in The Observer and ‘Best British Debut Graphic Novel’ by comic scholar Paul Gravett.

Save money by buying a festival pass!

– Weekend pass – Book 4 daytime events (before 7pm) for just £25 – this also gives you unlimited access to Comics Clock Tower@The Town Hall
– Day pass – Book 2 daytime events (before 7pm) on Saturday or Sunday for only £14 this also gives you unlimited access to Comics Clock Tower@The Town Hall.

Choose your events first, discount is added when you check out. 

SHOW ALL YOUR TICKETS AT EITHER THE BREWERY BOX OFFICE OR THE COMICS CLOCK TOWER TO CLAIM YOUR WRIST BAND FOR UNLIMITED ENTRY.

 

 

 

DATES & TIMES

20th October 2013

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