Visual Storytelling: Narrative Art

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This course is ideal for those wishing to create a series of images. You will learn how to create relationships between images, adding layers of meaning to your work. We will touch upon three formats:

  • diptychs (two images that provoke comparison),
  • triptychs (three images that suggest cycles or stages), and
  • polyptychs (many images that reinforce a message).

This class is for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced. We will do several exercises to help you build up your confidence and prepare for a final piece. Materials and styles are your choice and are open-ended, depending upon your choice of project. Your instructor will give a demonstration of various media to get the ball rolling.

Please bring paper, and a pencil, marker or pen to the first class.

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