Learn the ins and outs of making a graphic novel with one of the most successful practicioners the form. Ariel Schrag, who teaches a graphic novel writing workshop at the New School in New York, is the author of the graphic novel quartet Awkward, Definition, Potential, and Likewise, which chronicle her four years at Berkeley High. In this lecture and workshop, Schrag will explore key elements of creating a graphic novel narrative options, style, depicting content through lay out, comics vocabulary and material and a discussion of major artists Art Speigelman, Daniel Clowes, Chris Ware, Marjane Satrapi.
This program is co-presented by The Hub at the JCCSF.
Added by jewishmuseumsf on October 15, 2009