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The 9th Art Award will choose the best work of graphic literature originally written and published in English between May 2012 and July 2013, from anywhere in the world.
Judging the prize will be:
• graphic fiction historian Paul Gravett
• acclaimed arts critic…Continue
When Graphic Scotland was asked to run some workshops to help teach children about the fishing industry in Scotland, we thought ‘why not?’ After all, you can make a comic about anything.
The Bell Baxter Seafood in Schools event was massive. Several school groups came to do the workshops, and we spent a short time with each group to build a comic.
We started the process by holding creative writing workshops, culminating in a script. Then each workshop group was broken up into…Continue
One Fine Day was created over four workshops with LGBT Youth Dundee.
The ambition for this project was to create a one page comic which could be used as educational material in schools to raise awareness of bullying, particularly against members of the LGBT community.
The Dundee youth group were very enthusiastic, and we used a range of approaches to get them to talk about their own personal experiences of bullying, using humour as a starting point for telling a…Continue