Tell Your Story as a Graphic Novel!

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A Workshop by Author and Illustrator Kate Lavut

Montreal, Canada – If you’ve ever wanted to tell your story in a unique way, now is your chance! “Tell Your Story as a Graphic Novel!” is a workshop that combines storytelling and picture making, bridging the gap between two creative art forms.

Led by author and illustrator Kate Lavut, this workshop is suitable for anyone with a story they want to tell and the courage to put it down on paper. You don’t need to be an artist to enjoy this workshop, as drawings can be formal and detailed or simple and expressive. Through dynamic exercises that combine simple drawing experiments and story brainstorming, each participant will develop their own personal style and hone the story they wish to tell.

The workshop will provide a supportive environment for participants to share their work and give feedback on each other’s pieces. At the end of the workshop, participants will have their own comics to take home and cherish.

Kate Lavut is the author and illustrator of the graphic novel Chico, a true tale of the time she dressed as a boy, jumped on a bus, and went to Mexico. Chico was featured at TCAF, Toronto Comics Arts Festival, and was a finalist for the Quebec Writers’ Federation Prize for Children’s and Young Adult Literature. Lavut has recently produced her play A Little Bit Pregnant at Fringe Montreal and was a finalist for the Most Promising Emerging Artist award. She is currently at work on a new graphic novel, about her experience having breast cancer, called Content Removed.

The workshop will be held on [Date] at [Time] at [Location]. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to tell your story in a unique and creative way! For more information and to register, visit [Website or Contact Information].

QVF Office
1200 Atwater Avenue, Room 3
Westmount, QC H3Z 1X4 Canada

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