Manga & Anime at Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Official Press Release

WHAT: The Minneapolis College of Art and Design is rescheduling the weekend intensive study in the culture and creation of Japanese Manga (Comics) and Anime (Animation) for November 16-18.

Workshop schedule includes: Dr. Sharon Kinsella,Yale University; Maggie Weidner, Stanford University; Dr. Marc Hairston, University of Texas; Christopher Couch, Editor-in-Chief for CPM Manga; Eri Rei Izawa, Game Designer; Phil Anderson, MCAD Assistant Professor; and Lea Hernandez, Artist, and instructor of Master Drawing session.

Participants of Schoolgirls & Mobilesuits will be wholly immersed in the culture of Japanese Manga and Anime through film screenings, lectures, and a Master Drawing session.

WHEN: Friday, November 16 - Sunday, November 18

Registration: An all-access pass, including admission to all lectures, film screenings and the Master Drawing session is $60. For an additional $505, registrants will receive one undergraduate college credit for the weekend intensive. Register online www.mcad.edu/anime

WHERE: Minneapolis College of Art and Design

2501 Stevens Avenue South, Minneapolis

FOR MORE INFO: Call 612-874-3765 or visit www.mcad.edu/anime

Founded in 1886, MCAD is an independent, accredited institution offering a four-year curriculum integrating the Liberal Arts into 14 professional BFA degree majors in Fine Art, Media Arts and Design; a four-year BS degree program in Visualization; a two-year MFA degree program in Visual Studies; and a one-year Post Baccalaureate certificate program. The campus, one of the finest art college facilities in the country, is located at 2501 Stevens Avenue South in Minneapolis.

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