Conversations with Creators: Writing and Illustrating Your Own Children's Book

 
Organization Gallery Nucleus
Hours Sunday, Tuesday - Thursday: 12:00pm - 08:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Admission

Workshop tickets $85; purchase online

Address 210 East Main St., Alhambra, CA, United States
Phone (626)485-7477
Website http://www.gallerynucleus.com/event/378
Start January 20, 2013
End January 20, 2013
Closed Monday
 

January 20th 1:00pm - 6:00pm

Gallery Nucleus is hosting a five-hour workshop, lead by three prolific children’s book illustrators and authors.  Aspiring children’s book illustrators and/or writers should attend this valuable session to talk to these artist one-on-one.  Admission for the workshop is $85 which are purchased online. Seats are limited!

Schedule:
1:00pm - 2:30pm Panel with Creators
2:30pm - 3:00pm Q & A
3:00pm - 6:00pm Workshop Seminar

Topics:
  • Layout & Design Tips
  • The Best Way to Write Your Book
  • Pitching Your Project

Artists:
Dan Krall - An illustrator living and working in Los Angeles, Dan Krall works in animated television and film as a development artist and art director with over fifteen years of experience.  He was the character designer for films Coraline and How to Train Your Dragon.  He was also the art director for television shows Scooby Doo Mystery Inc., Chowder, and Samurai Jack and as the development artist for Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, The PowerPuff Girls, and Dexter’s Laboratory to name a few.  Dan Krall’s book credits include Oh Nuts by Tammi Sauer, Skeleton Cat written by Kristyn Crow, and Being a Pig is Nice: A Childs-eye View of Manners by Sally Lloyd-Jones.  In 2010 Dan released his own book Absolutely Beastly Children and later this year The Great Lollipop Caper.

Dan Santat - “The author/illustrator of Sidekicks and the winner of the Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators for Oh No!(Or How My Science Project Destroyed the World) by Mac Barnett.  He is also the creator of the Disney animated hit, The Replacements.  Dan lives in Southern California with his wife, two kids, and various pets.”  Throughout the span of his career, Dan Santat has worked on a number of graphic novels, picture books, and chapter books; often creating compositions rife with action, humor, and nostalgia.  

James Burks - Over the past fifteen years, James Burks, has worked as an animator/illustrator for various studios including Disney, Warner Brothers, and Nickelodeon.  Some projects he worked on are Emperor’s New Groove, Atlantis, Treasure Planet, Home on the Range, Space Jam, and Iron Giant. Television shows include, Wow Wow Wubbzy, Ni-hao Kai-lan, Dinosaur Train, and Fanboy and Chum Chum.  Currently James is writing and illustrating his own books.  Gabby and Gator was his first graphic novel for children, published by Yen Press and was a Junior Library Guild selection and a 2012 CTA Read Across America title.  He also has a picture book entitled Beep and Bah, a graphic novel called Bird and Squirrel on the Run, and recently released a book called The Monstore written by Tara Lazar.

 


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