January 15th, 2009


Autobio Comics Class at Richard Hugo House in Seattle

UPDATE: (1/20/09) This Hugo House just announced that this class has been cancelled due to low enrollment.  Look for this class again possibly in the summer.  Apologies to the two people who registered!

Have you ever wanted to make comics about yourself?  Learn from (not one but) two experts!  The team that brought you Urban Hipster Comics (that would be Greg Stump and me).  Enroll now...

Comics & Autobiography

The recent success of graphic novels by creators such as Alison Bechdel, Harvey Pekar and Marjane Satrapi has demonstrated that comics can be a radically effective way of telling one’s story. Integral to both “Fun Home” and “American Splendor” is the idea that ordinary people have extraordinary stories to tell. As this class explores different ways of telling autobiographical stories through comics, we will write and draw from our own experience, leading to the creation of a self-published, autobiographical mini-comic. Writer/artists from all backgrounds and levels of ability are welcome.

Instructors: David Lasky , Greg Stump
Meets: Saturday, January 24, 2009 - Saturday, February 28, 2009
Saturday, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Min: 5 Max: 15
General: $215.00   (Add to cart)
Members: $193.50   (Add to cart)

To register, check in with the Richard Hugo House.  Classes will take place at the RHH, on Seattle's Capital Hill, near Cal Anderson Park.