november, 2020

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04nov3:30 pm4:30 pmKIDS - (zoom event) Doodling Workshop Series3:30-4:30PM | Zoom event3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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Event Details

The Milne Public Library, the North Adams Public Library, and the Solomon Wright Public Library present the Doodling Workshop Series with cartoonist Cara Bean! This playful five-part workshop invites participants ages 8-12 to draw and sketch in an open and relaxed environment. We begin with a few simple sketching games meant to inspire the imagination and naturally progress into the development of characters and settings. Then we explore basic cartooning and learn how words and pictures can come together to build a narrative. In the final week, participants write and create their own stories inspired by their drawings.
WHEN WILL IT TAKE PLACE?
Our virtual cartooning club will meet Wednesdays on Zoom between 3:30pm and 4:30pm, beginning on October 7th and concluding on November 4th. The link will be emailed after registration.
HOW CAN I SIGN UP?
Registration is required as space is limited. Visit http://bit.ly/DoodleFall2020 to register.
THE WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:
October 7th : Drawing Ideas
October 14th: Comics Ingredients
October 21st: Character Crash Course
October 28th: Where A Story Begins
November 4th: Make a Mini-Comic!
BIO: Cara Bean is a cartoonist, art educator, and author of Draw 500 Funny Faces and Features. Her work has been featured in Pen America Illustrated, The Women’s Review of Books, and SchoolArts magazine. She provides drawing and creativity workshops which explore how complex ideas emerge from the simple act of doodling. Cara’s most recent work Let’s Talk About It, A Graphic Guide to Mental Health focuses on mental health issues for teens and tweens and will be available for free in early October 2020 by the Center for Cartoon Studies. You can check out her website at https://www.carabeancomics.com/ and support her work at https://www.patreon.com/CaraBean.
**Sponsored by the Friends of the Milne Public Library, the Friends of the North Adams Public Library, and in part by the Vermont Department of Libraries.**

Time

(Wednesday) 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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