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2021 Tin House Virtual Craft Intensive: You Can Do Anything With Words and Images, with Courtney Cook

October 3 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

$75
Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207

In the words of Harvey Pekar, from which this course draws its name, “Comics are just words and images. You can do anything with words and images.” This generative course is designed to spark inspiration by providing an exploration of the nearly endless ways text and image can be combined to create a symbiotic relationship that strengthens work as a whole. Created for writers and artists at every level, this course aims to eradicate self-doubt and the belief that one must embody a certain level of artistic skill to employ utilizing illustrated or visual elements in their own work. Through examining graphic narratives by creators such as Kristen Radtke, Yumi Sakugawa, Kevin Huizenga, Allie Brosh, and Theresa Wong, and participating in a series of generative exercises, students will leave this course with an understanding of what makes an impactful and successful graphic narrative, the beginnings of their own graphic narratives they may apply this new understanding to, and a newfound confidence and fervor for bringing those graphic narratives into the world.

Tin House is proud to announce our latest virtual Craft Intensives Series. A series of 3-hour-long masterclasses lead by  Tin House Residents and Tin House Books Authors, these Intensives combine close reading, discussion, and in-class writing to offer a potent dose of inspiration and explore what makes writing work when it works. Join us!

Applying

Admissions are rolling—first come, first served—and will fill fast! You do not need to submit an application, just use the link to sign-up. Once you pay you will receive an email with registration information.

Classes are held on Zoom. You do not need a paid account to participate.

All craft intensives are capped at 13 participants, with one full tuition waiver per class. We also offer payment plans, which allow you to split the payments over three months. To request a payment plan, please email workshop@tinhouse.com

Tuition waivers are *extremely* limited and are distributed through a lottery. If you would like to place your name in the lottery, please email workshop@tinhouse.com. Tuition waivers are intended for those who cannot attend a class without one. The lottery will take place September 10th, and if you do not receive the waiver, we cannot guarantee there will be spots in the class available if you still want to sign up.

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