Festivals |
19th October 2013

This comics-writing workshop is all about shifting reliance from the written word in order to make a point visually with artwork alone. Writing in ‘stage directions’, participants will look at the actions, deeds and body language of their characters to replace dialogue, and learn how to get the most from their panel composition. It’ll be fun, informal, and informative. It’s aimed at people aged 16+, with a max. group number of 20. No previous experience or ability to draw anything more complicated than stick men is required. 

Hannah Berry is one of the talented young artists at the forefront of the new golden age for British comic art.  Her first graphic novel, Britten & Brulightly, was published by Jonathan Cape while she was still studying.  The Daily Telegraph said it was ‘superb’.  The New Statesman described her second graphic novel Adamtine as doing 'horror in the traditional way, while using the quirks of the medium to ratchet up the fear'. 

£7.50 1.5 hours (Sat 19 October 10.30am-noon) Art Room One – 15 people 


19th October 2013

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