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Email us at admin@sequentialartistsworkshop.org
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Postal address: PO Box 13077, Gainesville, FL 32604
Classes and workshops, shipping address for books, donations, etc: 710 SE 2nd Street, Gainesville, FL, 32601. We are across from Rosa Parks Bus Station and Depot Park.
Gallery space: 18 SE 5th Ave at Main Street behind the Civic Media Center

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  1. Hi, I have recently become interested in sequential art. I’ve been drawing for a while and decided that I want to tell stories with pictures as well as with words. I have a BA in creative writing and want to go on to do graduate studies in animation. It was suggested to me that I should look into learning sequential art. I am also a big fan of graphic novels and comics. I have several ideas but need help in fleshing them out into good graphic narratives.

    Thank you,
    Faolan

  2. Dear SAW,

    This is to let you know that you and the friends of the workshop that you are cordially invited to a lecture by Dina Weinstein, “Syd Hoff and a Century of Stories,” to accompany the opening of the traveling exhibit , on view at the Alachua County Library Headquarters. This exhibit, curated by Ms. Weinstein, traces the life, achievement and influences of the prolific cartoonist and author through family photos, images, visual aids and research notes. Hoff was best known for his HarperCollins I CAN READ books Danny and the Dinosaur(1958) and Sammy the Seal (1959). Weinstein’s curator talk recounts her journey researching Hoff putting those stories and Hoff’s career in the context of his time and contemporaries.

    Date: March 14, 2013
    Time: 11:00 a.m.
    Place: 109 Little Hall on the UF Campus

    Dina Weinstein is a Miami, Florida-based journalist who writes on numerous topics for many publications. Her Syd Hoff: Finding Home exhibition curated for the writer and cartoonist’s 2012 centennial has been on view at a number of Florida libraries and was developed with funding from the Florida Humanities Council. Grants from the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation funded her Syd Hoff research at many archives including The New Yorker archives at the New York Public Library, New York University’s Tamiment Library, the University of Minnesota Kerlan Children’s Literature Collection and the University of Southern Mississippi de Grummond Children’s Literature Collection. Weinstein is an adjunct faculty of mass communications and journalism at Miami Dade College.

    For further information contact John Cech (jcech@ufl.edu) or Meg Leroy (megleroy@ufl.edu)

  3. Hi! I don’t even know if this is even the right way to go about this, but I Googled “comic book artists in Gainesville” and yours was the first result.

    I have a project that I am searching for a comic book type cartoonist/artist. I had a friend in Orlando that I was hoping could take on the project but, they just informed me that they can’t. Does anyone within this organization freelance?

    I am looking for someone to do a mock-up of a Silver Surfer type comic book cover, but with a personal twist. I plan on framing it and giving it as a gift. I don’t know if it is even possible but I would need it ASAP. I’m not sure if you know of someone I can contact who might be interested and could give me a quote and to see if my time frame works too.

  4. …don’t jnow much about “art,’ even though I’ve been drawing and writing for over 60 years. I always held the belief that “art” cannot be taught. But, looking over the SAW website, methinks that yours is the correct approch. Witness Justine, the very embodyment of the artist’s profile. I’ve known her for many years, and have been a fan from the very beginning. She is extreemly gifted, and will be on hand to help your students open the doors of perception.

    Give her a hug for me.

    F.Thorne

  5. Hi, Sir /Madam
    I trust you are fine my name is nassoro am artist from Tanzania cartoonist in the guardian on sunday news paper
    I real interesting to join with your project, I don’t know how can i join and to show my work i have 9 years of experince in this industries

  6. I just found out about your school’s summer workshop for teens. Unfortunately, I missed the window to attend. Do you offer anything else during the school year for teens?

  7. Prolific professional writer with long history of success seeks artist to illustrate various e-books with simple but professional comics-style drawings of people in simple situations (as eye-candy to break up copy). Payment negotiated per drawing or, for larger projects, we’ll share revenue from sales. Reply with an example of your work or direct me to your Web site.

  8. Hello!
    We noticed a cute pink R2 unit in Issue 7 of Star Wars Gamers magazine and it looked so much like R2-KT we had to ask if the artist could comment either way. We’d also like to send her some of the embroidered patches of the pink droid R2-KT as a ‘thank you!’. The picture can see seen here: http://www.r2kt.com/fans/Star-Wars-Gamer-Issue7.jpg

    Thank you!

    Albin Johnson
    (aka R2-KT’s man-servant)

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