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About the Course

Price

Sliding $60-80

Duration

4 ONE-HOUR SESSIONS

Payment

Postcard Comics

Postcard Comics

with David Lasky (Four one-hour sessions, online)


EARLY REGISTRATION IS OPEN!


Don’t you hate junk mail? Doesn’t everyone hate junk mail?! Remember when you used to look forward to seeing what arrived in the mail every day? When you’d get a hand written letter or postcard from a friend? We’re going to bring a little bit of that magic back (and then some) by writing and drawing comic strips on postcards that you can then mail to friends and family.


In four 1-hour sessions, we’ll learn a bit about comics-making and then take on a specific assignment, which will be drawn small on an actual postcard. It’s a little bit mini-comics, and a little bit mail art. You will gain the gratification of completing a little work of art, and of brightening someone’s day with a surprise in the mail. 


IMPORTANT: Please register for this class by clicking 'Register,' then submit your payment by clicking 'Payment.' Your payment is made directly to the Course Instructor. Your registration will be confirmed when your payment is received.


If you have questions on how to register or pay for this class, please email us as at: OpheliasClasses@gmail.com 


TYPE: Lecture, generative workshop


PRICE:

Course fee: $60 - 80 Sliding Scale 


WHEN: 

Sept 8, 15, 22, 29, 2024

1PM - 2PM Pacific 

(4PM - 5PM Eastern)


DURATION & LOCATION:

Online (Synchronous on Zoom)

Four 1-hour sessions


DIFFICULTY LEVEL / AGES: 

All skill levels

Adults 18+

Maximum enrollment: 30 students


For specific questions about this class please email your instructor at: davidlasky@yahoo.com

David Lasky

Your Instructor

David Lasky

David Lasky co-authored the graphic novel Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song, which won comics’ Eisner Award in 2013. He is the colorist of the Newbery Honor Book El Deafo by Cece Bell. For the past 17 years, David has taught graphic novel to all age levels in a wide variety of venues.

(Photo credit: Amy Pinon)

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