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Archival Access and Materiality of Original Comic Art

Start Date

19-7-2022 11:00 AM

End Date

19-7-2022 12:00 PM

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Original comic art, which can be part of an archival collection, provides opportunities for researchers to better understand comic production. This artwork is typically much larger than its final, published counterpart, and can showcase elements such as pencil lines, correction fluid, and the quality of inked linework. This sessions looks at some of the methods of providing greater access to original comic art through digitization and physical facsimiles, along with the ways that archivists can help convey physical characteristics of these records while expanding access.

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Archival Access and Materiality of Original Comic Art

Original comic art, which can be part of an archival collection, provides opportunities for researchers to better understand comic production. This artwork is typically much larger than its final, published counterpart, and can showcase elements such as pencil lines, correction fluid, and the quality of inked linework. This sessions looks at some of the methods of providing greater access to original comic art through digitization and physical facsimiles, along with the ways that archivists can help convey physical characteristics of these records while expanding access.