James Sturm’s new book created with alumni Andrew Arnold and Alexis Frederick-Frost, Adventures in Cartooning: Characters in Action, the Knight, Edward the horse, and of course the Magic Cartooning Elf are back for more fun, but this time they’re sharing the stage with a host of new characters. Buy a copy today!
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NEW! Adventures in Cartooning: Characters in Action
Release and Signing with Joe Lambert and James Sturm at CCS
|October 5, 2013|
Saturday, October 5, 11:30am
at The Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont
James Sturm’s new book created with alumni Andrew Arnold and Alexis Frederick-Frost, Adventures in Cartooning: Characters in Action, the Knight, Edward the chubby horse, and of course the Magic Cartooning Elf are back for more fun, but this time they’re sharing the stage with a host of new characters.
The Center for Cartoon Studies alum and Eisner-award-winning graphic novelist Joseph Lambert piece in Fairy Tale Comics is an adaptation from Dora Lee Newman’s retelling of the traditional American folktale “Br’er Rabbit Won’t Help,” in which the titular trickster gets his just desserts from the other animals of the forest.
The Center for Cartoon Studies
Post Office building
46 South Main Street
White River Junction
Norwich Book Store will be selling books at CCS!
Saturday Cartoon Club for Kids at Cartoon Studies
|October 5, 2013|
|November 2, 2013|
|December 7, 2013|
Kids + Comics = YOWZA!
Are you at least 9 years old? Do you like to draw comics? Have a few Saturdays free this fall? If your answers are yes, yes, and yes then come join the Saturday Morning Cartooning Club!
The cost is $25 per session, or sign up for all three for only $60.
Click here for more information and to register!
Tags: Adventures in Cartooning, Cartoon Club, Cartoon College, Cartoon Studies, Cartooning, Center for Cartoon Studies, Comics, James Sturm, Learn to Draw, robots, superheroes, Vermont, White River Junction
The Center for Cartoon Studies Cartoon Club Tent at Bookstock
|July 26, 2013||to||July 28, 2013|
July 26-28, 2013
The Center for Cartoon Studies is thrilled to be at Bookstock again! This year we are hosting a Cartoon Club Tent, along with presentations by CCS faculty members, and drop by our booth to buy books!
Faculty SS Taylor & Jason Lutes
Saturday, 10 AM – 2 PM:
Cartoon Club Tent!
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The New York Times Motherlode features our “Comics to Santa”
Adventures in Cartooning, meet Adventures in Parenting: The New York Times parenting blog Motherlode gives our Holiday Challenge a shout-out! In their latest book, Adventures in Cartooning, Christmas Special, The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) director James Sturm and alumni Andrew Arnold and Alexis Frederick-Frost asked kids to send a comic to Santa. Check out the amazing results from one talented class of 3rd graders here, or on the Motherlode blog!
A Panel-Powered Holiday Comic
Adventures in Christmas Gets Starred Review by Publisher’s Weekly
|September 18, 2012|
“As smart as it is funny – and it’s very funny.” –Publisher’s Weekly
Adventures in Cartooning: Christmas Special by James Sturm, and alumni Andrew Arnold and Alexis Frederick-Frost gets a Starred Review by Publisher’s Weekly.
Read the complete Publisher’s Weekly Review online: publishersweekly.com
Adventures in Cartooning Christmas Special released September 18th. Order your copy today!
Tags: Adventures in Cartooning, Alexis Frederick-Frost, Andrew Arnold, Cartooning, CCS, Center for Cartoon Studies, Christmas Special, How to Draw, James Sturm, Publishers Weekly, White River Junction
Alum Alexis Frederick-Frost presenter at 2010 Boston Book Festival
|October 16, 2010|
Alexis Frederick-Frost is a graduate of the Master of Fine Arts program at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont. His book, Adventures in Cartooning: How to Turn Your Doodles Into Comics, written with James Sturm and CCS graduate Andrew Arnold, was the recipient of numerous awards, including Booklist’s Top Ten Art Books for Kids, School Library Journal’s Best Book of the Year, and theLibrary Media Connection’s “Best of the Best.”
The Boston Book Festival (BBF) will take place October 16.
For more information visit: bostonbookfest.org
AIC Wins 2010 Gryphon Award
Adventures in Cartooning, written and illustrated by James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost, has received the 2010 Gryphon Award for Children’s Literature.
…a stupendous new high for children’s graphic novels…a tale that works just as well as a read-aloud for the very young as it does a lesson for everyone from fans of the form to the wholly uninitiated.”
— Booklist, Starred Review
Order a copy today!
James Sturm is a cartoonist and educator. He is currently the Director of The Center for Cartoon Studies, a two-year cartooning school located in White River Junction, Vermont.
In 1991 James received a Master of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, moved to Seattle and co-founded the alternative weekly, The Stranger. That same year Fantagraphics began publishing his Eisner-nominated comic book series The Cereal Killings.
During the next five years James was the art director of The Stranger, collaborated with syndicated columnist (and talking head) Dan Savage producing two issues of the comic book Savage Love. In 1996 James received a Xeric grant for his comic The Revival. From 1997-2001 James lived in Savannah, Georgia and taught at the Savannah College of Art and Design in the sequential art department.
In 1998 Drawn and Quarterly published the story Hundreds of Feet Below Daylight, the second in a trilogy of American historical fiction pieces. Three years later came the last installment of the trilogy, the best-selling and award-winning graphic novel The Golem’s Mighty Swing. The book has been translated into several languages and was named “Best Comic 2001″ by Time Magazine.
An avid collector of Marvel Comics in his youth James wrote and designed the 2004 Eisner award winning Unstable Molecules, a four issue series and trade paperback featuring the characters based on the Fantastic Four, and published by Marvel Comics.
James’ most recent books include Satchel Paige, Striking Out Jim Crow, Adventures in Cartooning (with CCS alumni Andrew Arnold and Alexis Frederick-Frost), and Market Day. With CCS alumni Brandon Elston, James edited Denys Wortman’s New York.
James’ writings and illustrations have appeared in scores of national and regional publications including The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Onion, The New York Times, Slate, and on the cover of The New Yorker.
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