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Have you ever dreamed of creating your own graphic novel? Get started on your project with classes in scripting comics and graphic novel writing. You will get the opportunity to develop your manuscript while discussing technique and?receiving constructive feedback on your work.
CE0928?- Making Comics and Graphic Novels: How to Tell a Visual Story
Spring 2019 - Mondays:?01/14/2019 - 04/08/2019; 6:00PM - 9:30PM
Instructor: Anne Champion
The graphic novel, an original American art form along with jazz, has returned to the literary limelight. In this course, we will read excerpts from several noteworthy graphic novels, situating each in its historical, cultural, aesthetic and theoretical context.? We will utilize Scott McCloud’s?Making Comics?as a framework to help situate your own ideas within the genre.
Emphasis in our studies will examine the co-mixing of genres within telling a visual story: we will look at journalism comics, memoir comics, realistic fiction comics, and fantasy comics.
Students will workshop and create two short graphic novels of their own (by hand or using online Web 2.0 applications and ComicLife software). The course can accommodate a wide range of drawing and artistic talent, i.e., from zero to Picasso-like prowess. Furthermore, artists with an interest in screenwriting or film may get experience with storyboarding in this course. No artistic experience is necessary to take this course.
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All students?must hold a minimum of a high school diploma or GED to enroll in courses, workshops, and programs offered by the Department of Professional Studies and Special Programs.
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Emerson College's Graphic Novel Writing and Illustration Program offers the perfect opportunity to develop your writing and illustration skills and adapt your creative talents to the exciting graphic?novel medium. Explore your interest in picture books, novellas, and comic strips in workshops designed to chronicle the literature and artwork of graphic novels.
You also will delve into the world of graphic?novel writing and illustration through workshops focused on specific story-writing and image?creation techniques.?
Program Format and Location
Courses are held in-person on the Emerson College campus in Boston, MA. See individual course descriptions for dates and times. Specific building and room locations will be provided to enrolled students via confirmation email prior to the start of each course.
*Instructors scheduled based on availability. ?
Anne Champion?is the author of?The Good Girl is Always a Ghost?(Black Lawrence Press, 2018),?Reluctant Mistress?(Gold Wake Press, 2013),?Book of Levitations?(Trembling Pillow Press, 2019), and?The Dark Length Home?(Noctuary Press, 2017).?Her poems have appeared in?Verse Daily, Prairie Schooner,?Salamander, Crab Orchard Review,?Epiphany Magazine,?The Pinch,?The Greensboro Review, New South, and elsewhere.? She was a 2009 Academy of American Poet’s Prize recipient, a Barbara Deming Memorial grant recipient, a 2015 Best of the Net winner, and a Pushcart Prize nominee.?
Anne holds degrees in Behavioral Psychology and Creative Writing from Western Michigan University and an MFA in Poetry from Emerson College.? She currently teaches writing and literature in Boston, MA. She’s been a lifelong lover of comics, and she has taught comics at the college level for over a decade.
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