Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

Comic Art and Manga Workshops

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Audience:Ages 8- 80 have enjoyed the workshop
Description:

Andy and Veronica Fish are professional working artists-- Andy is even listed on Wikepedia-- who have worked extensively in comics, film and animation.

In addition, both are faculty members of the Worcester Art Museum and enjoy offering their programs all around the state.

The basic workshop will offer figure drawing, body language, expression, setting backgrounds and storytelling devices used by both American and Japanese Cartoonists and graphic novelists (Manga).

They have been offering these programs very successfully since 2001 and are a pleasure to deal with!

Workshops are available in 45 or 75 minute formats and are hands on demonstrations with one on one sketchbook review following each program.

Lectures are available for college and adult level participants who would like to know more about the growing graphic novel form and have spoken at such venues as The Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge MA as featured speakers), Harvard University and Emerson College

Fee:$357. $357.50/ 45min session. $451.00 for 75min session. Discount if paid on or before the date of the workshop.
Group Size:Up to 60
Program Length:45mins to 75mins
Facility Requirements:Classroom or Auditorium Setting with easel or chalkboard
Last Modified:03/13/2014
Comments:They also provide promotional materials, book recommendations, and years of experience as both artists and instructors!

Recent Library/School Appearances by Andy & Veronica Fish Cartoonists:

Bellingham Public Library Bellingham , MA (508)966-1660
Athol Public Library Athol, MA (978)249-9515
Groton Public Library Groton, MA (978)448-1167

Performer’s Contact Information:

Andy & Veronica Fish Cartoonists

Andy Fish
25 Tatman St
Worcester, MA 01607
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