Text and Image
14 - 19 October 2013
This fun and informal week will allow you to discover new depths of creativity, imagination and inspiration when working with text, image and narrative. Using paper and pens we will
explore a world of possibility, where the simplest notion can transform into wonderful stories told with words and pictures.
Dan Berry is a cartoonist and educator who lectures in comics and illustration at Glyndwr University. www.thingsbydan.co.uk
Karrie Fransman is a comic creator whose graphic novel The House That Groaned is published by Random House's Square Peg. She has created comic strips, illustrated articles and graphic stories for The Guardian, The Times, The New Statesman and Psychologies Magazine. You can see her comic stories, articles, strips and sculptures at www.karriefransman.com
Guest Posy Simmonds' graphic novels include Gemma Bovery and Tamara Drewe. Her Literary Life cartoons were serialised weekly in The Guardian.
Totleigh Barton is a thatched, pre-Domesday manor house, nestled in the rolling hills of one of the most peaceful and beautiful parts of Devon. Surrounded by farmland, it is two miles from the village of Sheepwash, with walks along the River Torridge nearby.
See the Totleigh Barton page for more details
Single room: £680
Shared room: £620
Grants are available for those on low income - click here for more information.
You can book a place with a deposit of £150. The balance of your course fee is payable by six weeks before the course starts.
Book online (just click the blue button at the top right of the page) or by calling Totleigh Barton on 01409 231 338