A page from Becoming Rosie is on view at the the MoCCA Arts Fest Awards of Excellence exhibit at Society of Illustrators, NY from May 3 to July 11!
This fall, I will be teaching a 3 credit graduate level studio elective offered by the MFA Illustration Practice program at MICA.
Drawing Nonfiction teaches students to position themselves as journalists, and guides them in building a drawing practice in combination with writing to develop nonfiction narratives rooted in reportage and opinion. Students will experiment with sequential and non-sequential narrative formats.
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An essay examining the notion of performative gender through the lens of American Illustrator Norman Rockwell's 1943 painting Rosie the Riveter.
My illustrated cards for The Meaning of Liff are on display along with other student work from Maryland Institute College of Art's MFA in Illustration Practice.
September 24 - October 13, 2014
Sheila and Richard Riggs Galleries