Progressively challenging online mentorship-style courses

Start Date: September 21

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I. Process: Skill & Craft

Process is the first course in the Illustration Program and lays a runway for advance picture-making and drawing.
Instructor: Audrey Benjaminsen or Jon Foster
Guest Speakers: Natalie Hall & Sterling Hundley
Delivery: Live & online
Difficulty: Beginner

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II. Ideation & Visual Storytelling

This course explores the art of developing a compelling and engaging story, a critical component of visual narrative.
Instructor: Edward Kinsella III
Guest Speakers:
Natalie Hall & Sterling Hundley
Delivery: Live & online
Difficulty:
Experienced

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III. Portfolio Development

This chapter of the program is a critical resource for students preparing to enter the industry. Students are advised by a highly-skilled professional as they prepare an industry-ready portfolio.
Instructor: Edward Kinsella III
Guest Speakers: Natalie Hall & Sterling Hundley
Delivery: Live & online
Prerequisite:
Ideation & Visual Storytelling

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IV. Career Development

Career Development is designed as a repeatable course, meaning it can be taken multiple times. With an established portfolio, students learn the ins-and-outs and practical inlets to the illustration industry.
Instructor: Edward Kinsella III
Guest Speakers: Natalie Hall & Sterling Hundley
Delivery: Live & online
Prerequisite: Portfolio Development