The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) at the Society of Illustrators is proud to announce the third in the fall series of classes and events presented in conjunction with comics writer, editor, and instructor Danny Fingeroth, whose programs at MoCCA set the standard for comics education.
The next fall comics programs is Comics Storytelling Workshop Intensive, with instructor Dean Haspiel.
In this three-hour intensive session, Brooklyn's own Dean Haspiel will share his knowledge of how to tell stories in words and pictures. Whether your goal is to create your own stories from first inspiration to finished comic – paper or digital – or to work as part of a collaborative team, Dean will show you how ideas become images and images become stories. Combining an interactive lecture with in-class assignments and critiques of each student's work, this class will test the limits of your storytelling abilities as you stretch heretofore-unknown narrative muscles.
(Note: Students are expected to bring sketchbooks and pencils. A sense of wonder wouldn't hurt, either.)
NEW LOW PRICE $75/ $65 for SI and MoCCA members
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ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Emmy award winning artist Dean Haspiel created the Eisner award nominated Billy Dogma, the semi-autobiographical digital comic, Street Code, helped pioneer personal webcomics with the invention of ACT-I-VATE, and co-created/co-curates tripicity.net, a Brooklyn-filtered, mulitmedia salon. Dean has drawn many great superhero and semi-autobiographical comic books published by Marvel, DC/Vertigo, Dark Horse, IDW, Image, Scholastic Graphix, Toon Books, Top Shelf, Playboy, The New York Times, and Tor.com, including critically acclaimed collaborations with Harvey Pekar (American Splendor, The Quitter), Jonathan Ames (The Alcoholics), Jonathan Lethem (Cousin Corinne's Reminder), Tim Hall (The Last Mortician), and with Iverna Lockpez on the Harvey Award, Cuba: My Revolution. Dean illustrated Super Ray comics art for HBO's Bored to Death, for which he won an Emmy award for his work on the opening title sequence.