[Read! Fest 2017] Book Jam: Drawing with Evacomics

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens
  • Category: Read, Singapore & S.E.A, Teens
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Sat, 15 Jul, 2017, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (GMT+8)



277 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238858

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens

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NLB’s annual celebration of the joy of reading returns! Read! Fest 2017 invites the curious and bookish of all ages to spice up their reading diet through an array of programmes across the public libraries. Be exposed to the best works by Singapore authors, fresh perspectives on familiar and new stories, and opportunities to create works that everyone can enjoy.
Fill your senses with the richness of emotions and experiences through the world of words, culminating with National Reading Day on 29 July. Find your favourite reading adventure at www.nationalreadingmovement.sg.
Registration for this programme will be open on 20 June 2017.
In this programme, participants will get to meet Eva, the comic artist of Eva, Kopi and Matcha and Eva Goes Solo, learn more about her and how she started drawing comics. Eva will also be talking about her inspiration behind her comics and her creative processes for drawing. She will be giving a hands-on demonstration of how to draw a Evacomics character and teens can try drawing them on their own too. Don’t miss this exciting chance to learn how to draw Eva’s characters! Materials will be provided.
A comic artist from Singapore, Evangeline Neo has been publishing her own comic series via web since 2007. She earned a scholarship for Japanese language study and Masters in Business Administration (MBA) at Waseda University in Tokyo in 2010, supported by Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Eva then returned to Singapore in 2013 to focus on working on her comics and brand, Evacomics. Published in 2014, her seminal work, Eva, Kopi and Matcha depicted and satirized cultural differences between Singapore and Japan. Her second comic book Eva Goes Solo, published in 2016, documented her experience adapting to new life in Japan.
Registration is required. Seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
This programme is suitable for teens aged 13 – 17 years old.

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