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    Brief Notes On Reportage Drawing, Visual Language And The Creative Agenda Of The Reportage Artist
    Louis Netter

    Through an exploration of my own reportage drawing and others, I seek to identify reportage drawing as an activity that is particularly well suited to the development of visual language and the refinement of not just schematic language, but highly personal mark making that is imbued with the artistís creative agenda.

    Brief Notes On Reportage Drawing, Visual Language And The Creative Agenda Of The Reportage Artist: Louis Netter

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    Louis Netter

    Louis is an illustrator, animator and designer with over 10 years of experience teaching in higher education. As an illustration lecturer, he brings extensive professional practice in the field of illustration and passion for nurturing and inspiring young creatives. Prior to starting at Portsmouth, he taught in the U.S.A at Parsons New School of Design, The College of New Rochelle, and Westchester Community College among others. He has an extensive record of exhibitions both group and solo and continue her practice as a satirical illustrator, animator and printmaker.

    Louis Netter
    BA (hons) Loughborough, MS College of New Rochelle
    Illustration lecturer
    University of Portsmouth
    e-mail: louis.netter@port.ac.uk

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