ONSITE: Making Comics (Ages 9-11)

Students will learn the basics of comic book storytelling, including character design, panel layout, and speech bubbles. Through exploring different styles of comics and collaborating with their peers, students will gain confidence in expressing themselves and develop their artistic and communication skills. By the end of the program, each student will have created their own original comic book, complete with characters, story, and artwork, providing them with an exciting opportunity to explore their creativity through making comics.

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About the Instructor

Dashiell Kirk

Dashiell Kirk is a illustrator based in Richmond. His work ranges from Comics and graphic novels to playing card games and posters. He teaches cartooning, comic book illustration, and ink drawing at the Visual Arts Center, and has a BFA in Communication Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Instagram: @dashiellkirk

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ONSITE: Making Comics (Ages 9-11)

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Class Details
January 9 - February 274 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Day: Tue
Tuition: $110.00
Member Tuition: $99.00
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Dashiell Kirk