July 1-3, 2019 | 9 am to 3 pm

Comic Books have historically been an avenue for entertainment as well as social and political commentary. They are a way to demonstrate the sophisticated interplay between images and text, blur the lines that delineate high and low art, and frequently challenge the norms around narratives, sequence and genre. For this class, we will examine the cultural significance of comics and also discover the elements necessary for creating your own comic including scripting, storyboarding, composition and lettering.


  • $200 by the “Early Bird” deadline of April 22, 2019
  • $250 after April 19, 2019

Ages: Students entering 5th and 6th grades in the fall of 2019

Lunch is included!

Instructor: Daniel Frost
Daniel Frost is a San Francisco native who has been fortunate enough to raise his own family in the City. After graduating from UCLA, he worked as a photographer in New York City alongside David LaChapelle, Annie Leibovitz and Richard Avedon. After returning to San Francisco, he received his teaching credential from San Francisco State University, and has been working in the San Francisco Unified School District for over 10 years. He lives in the Inner Sunset district with his wife and two kids.

Located in the

Heart of the city