May 24, 2013 by Italians in Chicago
by Ginevra Piscopo –
Summer Camps at Scuola Internazionale di Comics gives kids ages 7 to 13, an opportunity to learn the basics in drawing, animation, cartooning, and storytelling, while also developing conversational skills in a second language – either Italian/Spanish.
The school’s kids camp staff are experienced teachers who will provide students with all day instruction, inspiration, and dedication to each individual’s talent.
The school will also offer Italian and Spanish classes during the camp’s hours, so that kids will have the opportunity to practice their drawing skills, while learning a second language.
Camp sessions will be divided into four weeks with kids learning a new skill each week.
In Week 1, kids will learn illustration basics to create their own cartoon.
During Week 2, kids will learn how to make a cartoon and bring it to life through animation.
The third week of instruction, will show kids perspective and storytelling so that they can create their own comic story.
In Week 4, children will learn about the history of comics and learn how to develop their own super hero character.
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The International School of Comics is a new Chicago-based branch of the Scuola Internazionale di Comics (SIC) that offers instruction in comics, animation, illustration, and graphic design. The Scuola Internazionale di Comics opened in Rome in 1979 and has nine locations in Italy. Through workshops, programs and language classes, the International School of Comics aims to prepare students to develop the skills they need to succeed professionally on the international comics and design market.