Explore picture books, cultural documentation and sequential narrative art through this thematic illustration course. You will be introduced to common elements of identity, place, and lived experience within pivotal classic and contemporary narrative works. This course examines several genres, modes and styles of narrative art and how each describes the shared human experience whether through iconography, myths, or legends. Through research, writing and storyboarding, you will experiment with a range of illustration methods and techniques to develop your own story, and refine your personal style complete with characters, settings, and themes.
36 course hours (3 hours per class)
To fully benefit from this course, prior experience with drawing and illustrations techniques are required, and prior experience with digital tools common to Illustration practices is strongly recommended.
Courses offered that meet Prior Learning Requirements
- CSDR 100 Introductory Drawing
- CSIL 100 Introductory Illustration
- CSIL 110 Digital Tools for Illustrators
Tuition + Materials
Tuition is $700.00. Download your detailed materials list before your first class.
Course offerings are available online (synchronous) and on campus. View schedule for current and upcoming formats.
This course is typically offered during the following terms:
(Subject to change)
Fall | September to December
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