Programs

Illustration Intensive 2019

July 17 - 20, 2019

Overview

Immerse yourself in illustration techniques, gain tools for storytelling, and explore the children’s book market.

Explore the ever-changing children’s book market with authors, illustrators and art directors who are currently in the field. Come learn new techniques and enjoy the camaraderie of artists who understand your passion.

Faculty

Steve Light

Steve Light grew up in an enchanted place known as New Jersey. He went on to study Illustration at Pratt…
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Kathryn Otoshi

Kathryn Otoshi is an acclaimed author/illustrator and speaker best known for her character-building book series, Zero, One, and Two. She…
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Mike Curato

Mike Curato is the author and illustrator of everyone’s favorite polka-dotted elephant, Little Elliot. His debut title,Little Elliot, Big City…
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Kelly Light

Special Guest Kelly Light lives in New York but grew up down the shore in New Jersey surrounded by giant…
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Jen Keenan

Special Guest Jen Keenan is the Art Director of Roaring Brook Press and Farrar, Straus and Giroux, imprints of Macmillan…
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Mallory Grigg

Special Guest Mallory Grigg is an award-winning Art Director and designer. She has worked for Penguin Random House, Simon &…
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Merrill Rainey

Teaching Assistant Merrill Rainey is the creator and owner of LittleRainey Illustration & Design, which is a children’s illustration and…
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All-Inclusive Event Cost: $1,299.00

All-inclusive registration includes workshop tuition, lodging, meals, beverages, and snacks. Free shuttle service is available from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AVP) International Airport. Airport pick-up at Newark Airport is also available for $75 round-trip.

We offer payment plans as low as $75/month. We'll be in touch with details after you register.

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workshop information

Begins with dinner on Wednesday, July 17; ends on Saturday, July 20, with lunch.

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