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[general] SAW Now Accepting Applications for our Single-Year Intensive Program

Posted 19 Dec, 2011

From the Sequential Artists Workshop:

SAW (The Sequential Artists Workshop) is accepting applications for its single-year intensive program, perfect for serious students of comic book storytelling and sequential art. Whether your interest is personal stories, graphic novels, or genre comics or whether your concern is for entertainment, literary depth, or personal expression, then our program is for you. Our faculty has taught comics to illustration students and writers and English teachers, fine arts students, truck drivers, museum guards, scriptwriters, graphic designers and more. In short, if you have passion and a dedication to learning sequential art, then the SAW single-year intensive is for you. Our single-year program is designed to challenge students technically, creatively and intellectually. Single-year students will learn the basics of cartooning and narrative art. As they gain skills and craft from our faculty, we will also challenge and guide them into new ideas and solutions that will turn them into artists. All students will create a final publication of their own.

Classes will also be available a la carte.

Questions? More information on the SAW website, here

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