Webinar

An Intro to Graphic Narrative

Wednesday, September 7th, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern

Get inspired to put words and images together in your storytelling.

 

Additional Information

Comics have come a long way from their superhero and newspaper strip origins, and many graphic narratives published today tell sophisticated, multi-layered stories. Join cartoonist and graphic memoirist Teresa Wong to learn how words and images can work together to tell a story, and get inspired to make your own graphic work. The session will also include a brief drawing exercise. (No artistic skill is required!)

In this webinar, you will:

  • LEARN how graphic narratives work and what the medium is especially good at
  • GET INSPIRED by examples of all types of graphic works
  • SEE how easy it is to start making simple comics, even if you think you can’t draw

This webinar is for writers who are curious about comics and other graphic works and are considering bringing images into their own storytelling. Maybe you’ve read some graphix in the past and want to see more examples of what you can do in the medium. This webinar will showcase the possibilities within graphic storytelling and inspire writers to experiment with how images could enhance their work.

All registrants receive a recording.

Closed captioning will be available.

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I enjoyed reading other peoples work and getting feedback about my own work– the handouts/video links and class lessons were also very informative and relevantly paced to the give structural guidelines.

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