Between the Panels Workshop - Mini-Comics! What's the Big Idea?

Between The Panels Workshop | Mini-Comics! What's the Big Idea? | Saturday, October 16, 2021 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM MST | Online | Pay-What-You-Can

Between the Panelsour series of pay-what-you-can online comics workshops for teens and adults continues!  Sharpen your pencils, roll out the virtual paper and get ready to draw upon your strengths.  Join us as we explore a storytelling medium like no other.

Drop-in students are welcome!
"The instructors are amazing and have created such unusual and creative ways  to get people thinking about storytelling and imagery and the world of comics.  The exercises stretch the brain and often  times the funny bone, all leading to creations by participants that surprise and delight the authors.  I would highly recommend this series to comic creators, you will always learn something new."
Beverley Kort, Student

This Week's Workshop:
An instruction manual for making your way between extremes.

Saturday, October 30 - A Genre By Any Other Name  (Forming Stories and Approaching Form)

Saturday, November 6 - Turning Over A New Leaf  (The Importance of Page Turns)

Registration is required.  Workshop registration is through Eventbrite 
We're asking for a Pay-What-You-Can Donation, or as always in these Covid times, feel free to instead make a donation to an organization helping those in need at this time.

Suggested Donation is $25/workshop.  Need-based scholarships are available.  Click here to inquire.

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.
OMG. ME, I started a clown class yesterday in the rose garden! ME! in a clown class?!!!! 😁🤣😃
I think you and your class were part of the inspiration and courage building for me to take this class.
JDS Santa Fe, NM, Student

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.