Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Educators Professional Development Workshop:
“DIVERSITY & LITERACY
THROUGH GRAPHIC NOVELS”
Focus:

The growing Black Age of Comics Movement and the exciting contemporary world of Graphic Novels. Bring fun, multiculturalism, recreational reading, creative writing and interdisciplinary art to your classes.  Relcutant readers, visual learners and creative writers will find this process compelling and appealing. 

This creative  movement was started in Chicago in February 1993 by Mr. Turtel Onli to expand the range and participation in the production of Graphic Novels and Comic Books.  He is NCLB Certified, BFA, MAAT, an Art teacher with the Chicago Public Schools, a Visiting Artist at the African American Cultural Center at UIC.,  and an Adjunct Professor in Art Appreciation at Harold Washington College.
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Registration  with classes scheduled to suit your busy schedule. Solo, one to one sessions or small groups. You may arrange your own cohort. 

Earn 3 to 15 CPDUs.
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Fee:

$75.00 + 3 Hours / CPDUs  
$125.00 = 6 Hours / CPDUs
$150.00 = 15 Hours / CPUDs

Special introductory rate.

Benefits:

Presented by Turtel Onli , M.A.A.T.

You will learn how to adapt and bring graphic novels into the classroom for students of all levels.
You will learn to use our curriculum guides, online resources, Black Age documentary DVD, activity plans and sample Indie-Black Age products while earning 3 CPDUs. 

You will be able to study in the studio / gallery featuring the exhibition "20th Years Living in The Black Age of Comics".  Showcasing images, illustrations, articles and memorabilia from two decades of growing the Black Age of Comics and positive diversity in this exciting industry. 

When: 

Class sessions will be arranged to suit your busy schedule.  No class is too small.
Maximum number per session is 15 educators.

Location:

ONLI STUDIOS
4th Floor,  Bridgeport Art Center
34th and South Racine, ( Enter via the rear loading dock. )
Chicago IL 60609 

“DIVERSITY & LITERACY
THROUGH GRAPHIC NOVELS”

Call to reserve your participation: Phone: 773-726-1610  Email: onli@sbcglobal.net

Approved by the Illinois State Board of Education.
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Photo from a recent ONLI STUDIOS Black Age exhibition at the University Park Public Library.

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