This course explores graphic narrative storytelling, a recent cultural phenomenon that takes several forms and has roots in many cultures, including graphic novels, manga, comics, and film sequences, as well as Renaissance fresco and tapestry cycles. Weekly projects include drawing exercises, ideation through sketching, and research or writing as you investigate new ways to express a more personal vision realized as a short pictorial narrative.
Note: This Adult Continuing Education online course is project-based with no set meetings times and 24-7 access to course materials. Weekly activities will include readings, video demonstrations, tutorials, online discussions, assignments, and critiques.
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"I loved this class. The practice in line work, spatial rhythm, tone variation, and panel composition rekindled my interest in drawing and gave me a whole new appreciation for graphic illustration. For anyone wanting to build their confidence and skill with line and tone in a mindful and strategic way, this is the class to take."
-Drawn from Life student
Registration Deadline: May 25 at 1 p.m. CT
Registration for this course is closed.
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|Class meeting time||Asynchronous 24/7 Course Content Access|
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|Building and room||Online|