Summer is here and William is taking a break from talks, appearances and teaching. Painting (with real paint), research in and around NYC and New York State, starting new book projects are all on the agenda. We hope you are all reading a lot and going to the beach or lake. It’s time to refuel […]
This Month William is working with 4th graders in a public school with the help of Behind the Book organization. The visits are in 2 sessions: a student writing session and a student art session. The students are creating their own picture books. It was a great experience – usually I visit schools in an […]
Yes – William Low will also be in Atlanta in November! He will be participating in a panel discussion at the the annual National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Conference in Atlanta GA. The presentation will be ‘Developing and nurturing the young child’s love of words, language, illustrations, and books’ at 8:30 […]
On November 14th 2012, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm, William will be leading a Master’s class at the Apple store. Tricks of the trade, insights to the life of an illustrator and all William’s gadgets will be discussed. Store location for this professional development workshop: West 14th Street, 401 W 14th Street NY, NY 10014
William will be at the Apple Store in SoHo on September 29th at 10:00 am. He will be reading from his book Old Penn Station which is now available digitally as an iBook. See the iTunes preview.
This review by Betsy Bird for School Library Journal is a real Feather in our cap! Thanks to Betsy Bird for such a great review and the team at Candlewick Press for pairing me up with Mara Rockliff’s fine story. Also, special thanks to our lovely friend Sheri Lewis Taylor for going out on a […]
Machines Go to Work in the City is now avaiable Nationwide (hardcover). Henry Holt and Company/Macmillan – 48 pages – Ic. Here is a review from School Library Journal: PreS-Gr 2–This sequel to Low’s Machines Go to Work (Holt, 2009) starts with a garbage truck making its rounds and concludes with a foldout aerial view […]
FIT professor William Low discusses his work and demonstrates his digital painting technique. Tuesday, April 24th 1pm – 2pm Board Room – C Building – 9th Floor The campus at FIT *Sponsored by the FIT Library Fashion Institute of Technology – Seventh Avenue at 27 Street – New York City 10001-5992 – 212-217-7999