Visual stories: Webinar on Historical Research for Comics by Guido van Hengel (video)

In the framework of the EU Creative Europe Programme a consortium of partners from Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine is implementing a comics genre development project Visual Stories from Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine.

The project will offer a series of webinars by European experts on different aspect of comics books creation and marketing, as well as on self-entrepreneurship, copyright and contracting issues for comics writers, artists and publishers. To learn more about the project please visit the project page.

Here is the webinar on  Historical Research for Comics by a Dutch artist Guido van Hengel. 

Guido van Hengel is a writer, historian and cultural coordinator in the field of comics. He received his PhD in cultural history from the University of Groningen. In 2018 he published a book on visionary and utopian thinkers during the First World War and the interwar period in Europe. The Seers (in Dutch: Zieners), was translated into Serbian and Croatian in 2020, and published by Clio (Belgrade). In 2021 he published The Pack (in Dutch: Roedel), a collection of reportages about stray dogs and humans in postwar Yugoslavia. 

“Co-Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union  Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.”