Using one folded sheet of paper, you will write and illustrate a brief (6-8 page) narrative that can be factual, fictional, or a combination of both. You will apply various graphic novel storytelling techniques to your comic book. Come to the workshop with an idea, which can take the form of a story, poem, recipe, daydream…it's up to you. You will need three 8.5 x 11-inch sheets of unruled paper, scissors, a pencil, eraser, and a black fineliner pen, such as a Sakura Pigma micron pen or Pilot V5 stick pen. It doesn't have to be those particular brands; just make sure it has a fine point. Attendees need to provide their own supplies. This workshop is designed for ages 50+. Registration required. The zoom link will be sent to registered participants the day before the program.
This workshop is funded in part by a Wheaton Cultural Project Grant from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.
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