A conversation on illustration and cultural identity between Line Hoven and Nora Krug
The Goethe-Institut New York and the MFA Visual Narrative
Program of the School of Visual Arts present an evening with authors and illustrators Line Hoven
and Nora Krug
. Hoven and Krug will present their explorations of German identity in their graphic work and will discuss ways of weaving the personal, cultural, & historical into new forms of storytelling.
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born in 1977, lives and works as a freelance illustrator and comic artist. Her graphic novel Liebe schaut weg
(Love looks away) has been translated into a number of languages, won the ICOM Independent award and has been awarded with the e.o. Plauen Förderpreis (e.o. Plauen sponsorship award). Together with Jochen Schmidt her books Dudenbrooks
were recently published. Her scratchboard works are regularly featured in a number of different magazines and newspapers such as Strapazin
, Le Monde diplomatique
and in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
. Line Hoven is currently the Max Kade Distinguished Visiting Professor at Dartmouth College.
is an author and artist whose drawings and visual narratives have appeared in periodicals including The New York Times
, The Los Angeles Times
, The Guardian
and Le Monde Diplomatique
, and in anthologies published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Simon and Schuster and Chronicle Books. Krug has won fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the Maurice Sendak Foundation, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the Fulbright Program. Her visual narratives won three gold medals from the Society of Illustrators, a silver cube from the Art Directors Club, and were chosen for Houghton Mifflin’s Best American Comics
and Best American Non-Required Reading
. Her animations were shown at the Sundance Film Festival, and her books are included in the Library of Congress, the Sundance Collection at UCLA, and the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University. Krug is an associate professor at the Parsons School of Design in New York City.
The MFA Visual Narrative Program
at SVA is a groundbreaking approach to visual storytelling through the education of the “Artist as Author”. Three eight-week summer sessions in NYC and two academic years on-line, this low-residency program places equal emphasis on creative writing and visual expression. The program is designed for working professionals and recent graduates alike from all creative disciplines who are dedicated to the art and craft of visual storytelling.