CONNECTION workshop at Boston University

Comic books of the 60s and 70s, along with significant music of the same era, provided social commentary on a number of issues that were impacting the country and world at the time.  Subject matter seen as too provocative for broadcast television was openly expressed in comic book form, from the early days of the underground comix movement to the current mainstream material being published today.  The “protest” songs of the 60s and 70s gave way to the “conscious” rap music of the 80s and 90s.   Art has always served as a reflection of the life and times we live in.  In February of 2015, BU students will get the opportunity to have their own voice and individual creative expression represented through the medium of Sequential Art.

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Please hit the link for additional information: http://www.bu.edu/thurman/programs/connection-workshop-creating-sequential-art-with-comic-book-pro-rob-stull/

THE HOWARD THURMAN CENTER at BOSTON UNIVERSITY

George Sherman Union, Lower Level

775 Commonwealth Avenue

Boston, MA 02215

http://www.bu.edu/thurman/

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