SCBWI

Society of
Children's Book Writers
and Illustrators

Getting Your Pictures on the Page

Date/Time
Date(s) - 01/11/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Online Workshop
SCBWI - Carolinas, Webinar


  • Join us for a 2-hour online webinar with

award-winning picture book author- illustrator, 

 

Elizabeth Dulemba! 

 

How does your picture book manuscript translate into the finished item that will be fully illustrated, enthralling readers whether they’re opening your book for the first time or the fifty-first? Perfect for picture book authors as well as illustrators who are looking for professional feedback on a draft or finished sketches for a specific picture book project.

Elizabeth Dulemba offers an expert workshop including hands-on work with storyboards, four-panel and full-length “dummy” picture book prototypes–to help you bring your existing picture book text or well-developed picture book idea onto the page. This webinar will help you get to the heart of the structure of your story, and think visually.

 

Elizabeth’s bio

    Elizabeth (aka “e”) is an award-winning illustrator, author, teacher, blogger, and speaker (including a TED Talk). She has over two-dozen books to her credit, including her debut novel, A Bird on Water Street. She is a winner of 14 literary awards, including Georgia Author of the Year. Her most recent picture books as illustrator were written by New York Times Best-selling author, Jane Yolen.
     Elizabeth is Associate Professor of Illustration at Winthrop University and Associate Professor of Illustration in the MFA in Writing and Illustrating Children’s Books low-residency program at Hollins University. She has also taught Illustration at the University of Georgia, and writing and illustration courses at schools and conferences throughout the US, UK, and Europe. For more information about Elizabeth, please visit http://dulemba.com/index_bio.html .

 

PRICING

  • $20.00 SCBWI Member
  • $30.00 Non-member

 

Participants need to have a picture book story in mind – either one they wrote or a traditional tale. They will also need some 8.5×11” paper (at least 10 pieces), 2 pieces of 11×17” paper, scissors, pens/pencils/markers/crayons. 

 

WHEN DOES REGISTRATION OPEN?

Monday, December 2, 2019  @ 9 AM

Participation is capped on  Zoom.com (our hosting platform)

 

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • SCBWI Members MUST login to receive member pricing
  • There are no partial refunds for failure to login
  • All refunds are subject to a 5% handling fee
  • No registration fees will be refunded after Dec 30, 2019