Illustration = Visual Storytelling

London
Illustration = Visual Storytelling
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Dates, Deadlines, and Costs
TermApp DeadlineStart DateEnd DateCost
SummerFebruary 25July 5July 28Budget
Program Information
  • GPA
  • 3.0
  • Language of Instruction
  • English
  • Foreign Language Requirement
  • No
  • Class Eligibility
  • Graduate, Junior, Senior
  • Program Open To
  • UA and Non-UA Students
  • Credit Type
  • UA Direct Credit
  • Level of Study
  • Graduate
  • Housing Options
  • Program Type
  • UA Faculty-led
Program Overview

Visual Literature is where picture making and writing, two distinct yet complimentary delivery systems, coalesce into dynamic storytelling. One thing that many of the highest creative achievements in the realm of Visual Storytelling have in common, whether avant-garde or historic, is London. Many of the world's most extensive museums, ground breaking storytellers, bookmakers, artists, illustrators and writers hail form London. This program capitalizes on those assets.

Academics

In country dates listed above, however the course is 7 weeks from July 2-August 17, 2018.

This graduate level course of study focuses on storytelling through images (and particularly sequential images) as a significant, nuanced and complex delivery system. This program will be useful and welcoming to illustrators, designers and visual artists, in general, as well as writers, scholars, teachers and enthusiasts prepared for graduate level study.

Courses
LRC/ART 587 Global Trends in Visual Literature (Kathy Short)
This course examines global trends in picture books as visual literature due to consumer markets, new technologies, innovators, and publishers, and children's immersion in visual culture.
ART 562c  Picturebook Art and Design (David Christiana)
This course follows the creation of a picture book from concept to finished proposal. Character, voice, and the interplay of text and illustrations are examined as means to effective story telling, overview of classic and contemporary book illustration. 

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