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Autobiographical comics encompass straightforward memoirs and stories in which the first-person narrator is a secondary participant, even a passive observer. Comic book artist Sean Karemaker provides an illustrated talk on his work and demonstrates the process of making an autobiographical comic. In this 2-hour workshop, learn how to use your own personal stories to create a one-page comic. All art materials provided.
Free workshop. Registration required due to limited spaces.
To register, go to the link at Event Brite.
Sean Karemaker is a working comic artist and painter exhibiting and publishing regularly in Vancouver and throughout the USA. Sean has past experience in video games, graphic design, and commercial sculptures.
Questions? Contact Kathy Tycholis, Education & Public Programs Coordinator.
Above: Sean Karemaker, The Ghosts We Know, 2016, 144 pages b/w with 16 pages colour.