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CARTOONIST VETERAN PROJECT: RELEASE OF WHEN I RETURNED

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Download a digital copy of the When I Returneda comic book featuring stories by local veterans drawn by The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) students and alumni. Edited and designed by James Lunt ’16 and Kelly Swann ’16 with a cover by Noah Van Sciver (CCS Fellow, 2015-16 ).

When I Returned is a Cartoonist and Veteran Project made in collaboration with The Center for Cartoon Studies and The VA Medical Center in White River Junction, Vermont.

The Cartoonist Veteran Project is funded in part with support from The National Endowment for the Arts.

You can download When I Returned here.

Vermont weekly Seven Days article about the book release here

A New Hampshire Public Radio piece about the project can be heard here.

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New Hampshire Public Radio on NHPR on The Cartoonists Veteran Project

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NHPR on The Cartoonists Veteran Project: A Powerful Account of a Veteran

Listen to New Hampshire Public Radio on The Center for Cartoon Studies collaboration with the VA Medical Center. This past year students and faculty from The Center for Cartooning Studies (CCS) invited veterans and their families to learn about cartooning and share their stories with the intention of turning those stories into comics.

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The cartoonist veteran project is funded in part with support from The National Endowment for the Arts.

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Cartoonist Veteran Project: Release of When I Returned

April 21, 2016
12:00 pmto1:30 pm

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Please join cartoonists and veterans for the release of When I Returned, a comic book featuring stories by local veterans drawn by The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) students and alumni. Edited and designed by James Lunt ’16 and Kelly Swann ’16 with a cover by Noah Van Sciver (CCS Fellow, 2015-16 ).

Thursday April 21, noon-1:30

Free and open to the public.

White River Junction VA Medical Center
Room 103, Building 44

The Cartoonist Veteran Project is funded in part with support from The National Endowment for the Arts.

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The Cartoonist Veteran Project: George Pratt

April 1, 2015
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

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Master artist and cartoonist George Pratt will be on hand at the White River Junction VA Medical Center to lead a team of cartoonists to do live portrait drawing. George Pratt will be joined by The Center for Cartoon Studies faculty member Steve Bissette who is a fellow contributor to the new book,  Above the Dreamless Dead, World War I in Poetry and Comics. The first 20 veterans in attendance will receive a free signed copy.

Wednesday, April 1
6-8pm
White River Junction VA Medical Center
Room 103, Building 44

The Cartoonist Veteran Project is funded in part with support from The National Endowment for the Arts.

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Visiting Artist: Jess Ruffilson

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Jess Ruliffson is an illustrator and cartoonist residing in New York. She is currently working on a comic book based on interviews with veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. To see more work by Jess, visit:  jessruliffson.com

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The Cartoonist Veteran Project: Cartoonists Picturing Veteran’s Stories

February 25, 2015
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

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Many veterans pass through this small New England village because it is home to The White River Junction VA Medical Center. White River Junction is also the headquarters of The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS), a world-renowned cartooning school. Until recently, these two very different institutions never crossed paths.

On Wednesday, February 25 from 6-8pm at The White River Junction VA Medical Center in Building 44, Room 103, cartoonists have invited veterans and their families to learn about cartooning and share their stories with the intention of turning those stories into comics. Students and faculty from The Center for Cartoon Studies will be on hand as well as Brooklyn cartoonist Jess Ruliffson whose award-winning comic Invisible Wounds examines a vet’s experience with PTSD. No R.S.V.P. required.

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Comics & Medicine Conference: From Private Lives to Public Health

June 26, 2014toJune 28, 2014

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The Center for Cartoon Studies co-founder James Sturm will be speaking at the upcoming Comics & Medicine Conference: From Private Lives to Public Health. Sturm will present on Applied Cartooning: The Cartoonist Veteran Sessions and deliver a workshop on strategies and exercises for using comics in a therapeutic setting. For a complete conference schedule, click here.

The conference takes place June 26-28, at Johns Hopkins Medical Campus in Baltimore, Maryland. For more information: graphicmedicine.org

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