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Information Session

FREE

Studio

Open to the public

Moderator: Panayiotis Terzis

Risograph technician, RisoLAB, School of Visual Arts; owner, Mega Press

What is visual narrative? What is a Risograph? How does children's book publishing work? How do you self-publish comic, zines, photo and artist's books? What do you need to begin creating your own original content as both an author and artist, regardless of medium? How is the delivery format of your story shaped by the content? Spend an evening with some of our continuing education visual narrative faculty, and see their work and their students' work to find out.
11th Floor, 136 West 21 Street

Visual Narrative

The Visual Narrative program aims to address the growing need for talented, original content creators, by giving writer/artists a place to write and illustrate their own stories.

The media for creating visual stories is vast—including motion graphics, film, animation, picture books, graphic novels—and the marketplace to present stories—printed media, online, ebooks, social media—is constantly evolving.

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Some of our courses give you access to our RisoLab—where you can create your own zines, posters or mini comics.

We offer artists an opportunity to self-publish, or just experiment, on our Risograph Duplicator—combining the vibrant colors of silkscreen printing with the speed and automation of digital and offset printing.

We also offer courses for those interested in children’s book publishing, or those who want to create their own zine or mini-comic.

Online courses are available.

School of Visual Arts | 209 East 23 Street, NY, NY 10010-3994 | Tel: 212.592.2000 | Fax: 212.725.3587