Visual Storytelling

A Sequential Drawing Workshop

Facilitated by Katharine Vingoe-Cram

Date: Sunday, May 7

Time: 2pm-4pm

Location: Kingston Community House at 99 York Street

Registration: Yes, see form below

Workshop Description:

Have you always been interested telling stories through drawing? In this session on sequential drawing, suitable for all levels, we will draw from a range of examples - from comics and graphic novels to narrative drawing in a contemporary art context - to create two complementary drawings that suggest a narrative. 

Requirements/What to bring

All materials will be provided

Katharine Vingoe-Cram

katharinevingoecram.jpgKatharine is an artist and arts facilitator based in Kingston, Ontario. She is originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia and graduated with a BFA in 2010, majoring in Fine Art. She later earned an MA in Art History from Queen’s University, where she studied museum representation of Canadian folk art. She is a practicing painter and also exhibits work locally as part of the two person collective NO and NO (with artist Gabriel Cheung). She is currently a studio tenant at the Tett Centre, where she often leads workshops for a variety of age groups. Katharine is the 2016 recipient of the Nan Yeomans Grant for Artistic Development.


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