Coming This Fall!
10 Session Comics Program for youth ages 8-18 at the IPRC,
taught by seasoned zinester & graphic novelist Nicole J. Georges.
In this workshop, students will meet once a week and learn not only the
basics, but also the intricate details of creating comics for themselves
& their adoring fans.
We'll Cover Basic layout, character development, learning to love your
drawings, readability, details & humor, essential tools & more!
Students will learn the basics of self publishing, and will leave as
accomplished comic artists with their own mini-comic in hand!
The price for ten 2-hour sessions is $375.
Class will meet at the Independent Publishing Resource Center
in downtown Portland (just around the corner from Powells City of Books).
If you, your kids, or anyone you know is
interested, please drop a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org
See you there!
Nicole J. Georges is a zinester & Comics artist from Portland, Oregon. She has been teaching comics & self publishing to students for ten years in the greater Portland area, and currently works with Writers in the Schools , Young Audiences , The Rock'n'Roll Camp for Girls & the Right Brain Initiative.
Nicole is the author of the autobiographical comics zine Invincible Summer, has toured the country with legendary roadshow Sister Spit, and has her first graphic novel coming out in 2011 with Beacon Press. She is a co-founder of the Portland Zine Symposium, and has contributed illustrations & comics to Tin House, Chronicle Books, Bitch Magazine, The Portland Mercury and more!