Summer Arts workshops Ireland

DUN_MINI_workshopThe Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum is thrilled to announce two FREE summer workshops! It has been our pleasure to have cartoonist and Savannah College of Art and Design Professor David Allan Duncan with us for his practicum, and we hope that you’ll join us for the two great events he will be leading for us this month:

How to Make Mini-Comics: A Little Fun

Sunday, August 3rd
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum – Will Eisner Seminar Room – 2nd floor

Cartoonist and SCAD professor David Allan Duncan leads students through the process of drawing, producing, and distributing mini-comics! Learn about the the planning, storytelling, and drawing that goes into making a mini-comic. Create a mini-comic and a sketchbook during the workshop. Materials provided, so come join the fun!
Youth Ages 8 and Up Welcome!

DUN_HL&T_workshopBONUS: This workshop is being held on the closing day of our current exhibits: Exploring Calvin & Hobbes and The Irresistible Force Meets the Immovable Object: A Richard Thompson Retrospective. Feel free to drop your kids off for the workshop while you explore the galleries!

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Hand-Lettering and Typography for Comics

Tuesday, August 12th
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum – Will Eisner Seminar Room – 2nd floor

Cartoonist and SCAD professor David Allan Duncan presents the process of hand-lettering comics! Sick of ugly digital lettering or cruddy handwriting? Good hand-lettering is a sign of professionalism–ask any comics editor. Explore comics lettering techniques and materials in this hands-on workshop. Learn simple tips and tricks for dialog balloons, inflection, sound effects, display lettering, and incorporating typography into your comics. Materials provided. This workshop is intended for ages 16 up.

David Allan Duncan (who goes by Duncan) has been teaching drawing, sequential art, and comics history since 2003. He began his teaching career at the University of Arizona in Tucson. He now serves as a full-time professor of sequential art at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). He is from Alabama but lives in Savannah, GA with his lovely bride Kristie and their son Oliver. He can be found at conventions and conferences around the country doing comics workshops, giving academic papers, and hocking his mini-comics.

KPFA/Pacifica Campaign Bulletin - PBNB/1/8/01

Hi PBNB Readers;
This is primarily KPFA/Pacifica Campaign information.
The REGULAR ISSUE of the PBNB should be out either late this evening,
Tuesday, Jan. 8 or before noon tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 9.
Thanks - john vance, editor
Peoples Bark News Berkeley
KPFA Station Board Meeting!
From: 'Lyn Gerry'
Reply-To: 'Lyn Gerry'
Subject: {FP} Date of KPFA Station board meeting
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 18:54:24 -0800
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From: Sherry Gendelman
Sent: Monday, January 07, 2002 3:35 PM
Subject: Re: Date of KPFA Station board meeting
Dear LAB members this is the final version of our agenda. See you at the meeting.
Agenda for KPFA LAB January 9, 2002 meeting at the North Berkeley Senior Center at 7:00 p.m.
Introductions - 5 min.
Minutes from December 5, 2001
Station Manager's Report- 10 minutes
Public Comment - 30 minutes

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