Between the Panels Comics Workshop - What Are Comics?

Between The Panels Workshop | What Are Comics? | Saturday, September 26 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM | Online | FREE!

Between the Panelsour series of free online comics workshops for teens and adults begins again from the beginning!  We've been refining the lessons and our digital skills, and we're ready to roll out the virtual paper and draw upon our strengths.  Every saturday except October 3rd.

Sharpen your pencils, pull out your papers, and join us as we explore a storytelling medium like no other.  Drop-in students are welcome!

This Week's Workshop:
Saturday, September 26 - What Are Comics?  (An Introduction/Refresher with Hat Guy)
An introduction to what makes a comic a comic.  And a hat a hat.  And 24 hours TWENTY FOUR HOURS.  For anyone interested in the workshops or as a lead-in to 24 Hour Comics Day.


Next week we won't be running a workshop because it will be 24 Hour Comics Day!  We've partnered with Abq ZineFest to create a whole Makers Weekend.  All are welcome and encouraged to join us.  You DO NOT need to stay the entire time.  Just come and make comics, watch readings, live music, groggy cartoonists, and more.  Visitors welcome! More info HERE.

Join us starting October 9th as the Between the Panels workshop series begins in earnest and runs through the end of the year.

Registration is not required for this workshop only.  To join us, use the following Zoom login information:
meeting ID: 940 5678 9983 and password: 7geP2j

You will need to register if you want to take the workshops beginning in October.  Once registered, you'll get a weekly invitation to upcoming workshops unless you tell us to stop.  We won't send you anything else.  We use Zoom for workshops, so you'll have to sign up for a free Zoom account here as well.

Everyone is welcome, but we ask that if you have means to pay for a workshop, please instead make a donation to an organization helping those in need at this time.

Stay safe, be well, and make comics!

7000 BC and Between the Panels workshops are supported by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the New Mexico Humanities Council.