Join comic book artist Scott McCloud for an exclusive two-day visual lecture and intensive hands-on workshop in the art of making comics:
Visual Storytelling Through Comics: Theory and Practice
In this first in a series of workshops between MFA Interaction Design and IxDA NYC, strong emphasis will be given to developing clarity, storytelling skills and personal expression. Students will learn and apply a variety of techniques for presenting narratives through comics, as well as a wide arsenal of skills applicable to any form of graphic communication. The workshop culminates in the creation of a short comics feature, written and drawn by each student.
- Dates: May 1-2, 2009
- Workshop fee: $295
- Where: SVA, MFA Interaction Design Department
- Attendance: Limited to 40 people
- Registration: Not yet open, but will be announced by mid-March on this site and by IxDA NYC
About the Workshop Series
The MFA in Interaction Design Program at the School of Visual Arts and the Interaction Design Association, New York has teamed up to provide professionals access to education in a way that works for them. Approximately four times per year, workshops will be held at SVA to teach concepts and methods of interaction design at a cost and timeframe that can accommodate working professionals. These lectures and workshops will be hands-on, intensive training sessions.