2017 Summer Workshop Line Up!
- WRITING AND DRAWING
SINGLE PANEL COMICS
- CREATE COMICS
or July 24-28
- BEGINNING ANIMATION
- CARTOONING STUDIO
- COMICS, CURRICULUM, AND LITERACY:
A Workshop for Educators
June 30-July 1
- COMICS JOURNALISM
July 24-July 28
- GRAPHIC NOVEL WORKSHOP
July 31-August 4
or August 7-11
Optional Online Extension
- GRAPHIC NOVEL WORKSHOP
The Young Adult Genre
July 31-August 4
- GRAPHIC MEMOIR WORKSHOP
Tags: Alec Longstreth, Animation, Beth Hetland, Cartoon Studies, cartoonist, Comics, create comics, Graphic Memoir, Graphic Novel Workshop, Hilary Price, Jo Knowles, Jon Chad, Josh Kramer, Luke Howard, Melanie Gillman, Paul Karasik, Study Comics, Summer Camp, Tillie Walden
Academic Outreach: Alec Longstreth
Alec Longstreth has the strength and enthusiasm of ten cartoonists. He has a long history with The Center for Cartoon Studies, coming in as the second fellow, running summer workshops with Jon Chad, teaching Publication Workshop class with Jon Chad and then Professional Practices. Now he runs CCS’s outreach program. And for good reason. He is an amazing speaker.
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Tags: Alec Longstreth, Basewood, Cartoon Studies, Gabby Schulz, Jon Chad, Phase 7, Phase 8, Self-publishing, Transition, Visiting Artist
All The Wonders Podcast Interviews CCS Faculty Jon Chad
The Center for Cartoon Studies faculty Jon Chad talks with All The Wonders about his latest book, Volcanoes: Fire and Life, the newest in First Second’s Science Comics series. Jon talks about his underlying love of science, looking for narrative beats, and creating stories that encourage reader inquiry. Listen to this episode, and learn the truth about Volcanoes!
Tags: All the Wonders, children's literature, Comics, First Second, Graphic Novel, Jon Chad, kidlit, Podcast, Volcanoes: Fire and Life
SEVEN DAYS: The Cartoon Issue
Vermont’s SEVEN DAYS Annual Cartoon Issue
Featuring cartoons by graduates of CCS: Melanie Gillman, Eleri Mai Harris, Luke Healy, Josh Lees, Dakota McFadzean, Aaron Shrewsbury, and Andy Warner! Contributors also include recent CCS fellow Nicole Georges, faculty Jon Chad, Tom Azarian, Alison Bechdel, Jason Cooley, Glynnis Fawkes, Ghostshrimp, Theo Ellsworth, Kaz, James Kochalka, Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Ed Koren, John Kovaleski, Rachel Lindsay, Matt Morris, and Tim Newcomb.
Pick up a print copy today! Click here to read the Digital Edition!
Tags: Aaron Shrewsbury, Alison Bechdel, Andy Warner, Cartoon Issue, CCS, Dakota McFadzean, Eleri Mai Harris, Ghostshrimp, Glynnis Fawkes, James Kochalka, Jason Cooley, John Kovaleski, Jon Chad, Josh Lees, Kaz, Luke Healy, Matt Morris, Melanie Gillman, Nicole Georges, Rachel Lindsay, Seven Days, Theo Ellsworth, Tim Newcomb, Tom Azarian, Vermont, Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Ed Koren
Leo Geo and the Cosmic Crisis Book Releases
Leo Geo and the Cosmic Crisis by Jon Chad
Intrepid explorer Leo Geo is working in his lab at the Fizzmont institute when he learns that a comet is on a collision course with his brother Matt Data’s space station. Without a moment to lose, he grabs his trusty computer, leaps into a rocket, and launches into space. Astronomer Matt Data is working in his lab at the space station when he learns that his brother Leo Geo’s computer is about to suffer a malfunction and turn evil. Determined to save his brother, Leo, Matt leaps into a space ship with his trusty sidekick, Maff, the smartest dog in the galaxy.
Matt and Leo are in for a fantastic adventure filled with space facts in his clever flip-over comic that incorporates an unusual look-and-find component: background characters from one side of the book find themselves pulled through space and time to appear on the other side. See if you can follow their stories from beginning to end!
Buy a copy today!
Tags: Cartoon Studies, CCS, comic adventure, Comics, Graphic Novel, Jon Chad, Leo Geo and the Cosmic Crisis, White River Junction
CCS Alum Featured In The Best American Comics
Alum Joe Lambert and Sophie Goldstein make the Best American Comics 2013 book!
The Best American Comics showcases the work of both established and up-and-coming cartoonists. The 2013 Editor is Jeff Smith—CCS commencement speaker, creator of the comic Bone. Cover drawing by Kate Beaton.
Notable Comics from CCS also listed in the book:
Jon Chad, Bikeman
Charles Forsman, TEOTFW, Parts 1-7
Luke Howard, All Coons Look Alike to Me: The Life of Ernest Hogan, Father of Ragtime
Jason Lutes, Berlin No. 18
Dakota McFadzean, Unkindness
Gabby Schulz, Sick, Gabby’s Playhouse
Laura Terry, Overboard
Andy Warner, The Man Who Build Beirut
The Cartoon Crier, a collaborative project between The Center for Cartoon Studies and National Cartoonist Society
The Best American Comics 2013 releases October 8th.
Click here to pre-order a copy!
Tags: Andy Warner, Best American Comics, Charles Forsman, Comics, Dakota McFadzean, Gabby Schulz, Graphic Novels, Jason Lutes, Jeff Smith, Joe Lambert, Jon Chad, Luke Howard, Sophie Goldstein
CCS at MICE Expo in Cambridge
|September 28, 2013||to||September 29, 2013|
With special guest The Center for Cartoon Studies graduate Lucy Knisley
Faculty, alumni and students also participating in several other programs and panels including R. Sikoryak’s special edition of his long running comics/performance series, and Making Mini-Comics! with Jon Chad.
Alum exhibiting: Carl Antonowicz, Matt Aucoin, Jon Chad, Lena Chandhok, Dog City Press, Holly Foltz, Sophie Goldstein, Beth Hetland, Allie Kleber, Lucy Knisley, Jeff Lok, Mia Onorato, Paul Swartz.
For more information, visit: micexpo.org
Tags: Allie Kleber, Beth Hetland, Carl Antonowicz, Cartoon Studies, CCS, Comics, Dog City Press, Holly Foltz, Jeff Lok, Jon Chad, Lena Chandhok, Lucy Knisley, Matt Aucoin, MFA, Mia Onorato, MICE, Mini-comics, Paul Swartz, R. Sikoryak, Sophie Goldstein
They Love Us in Canada!
TWO CCS SENIORS NOMINATED FOR THE EXPOZINE ALTERNATIVE PRESS AWARD FOR BEST BOOK!
* All Rumours are True, Laurel Lynn Leake
* Betsy, Sophie Goldstein
TWO CCS FACULTY NOMINATED FOR BEST ZINE!
Drop Target #4, Jon Chad and Alec Longstreth
Congrats, CCSers, and to all the nominees!
Complete list here: http://expozine.ca/en/awards/
Tags: Alec Longstreth, Expozine, Jon Chad, Laurel Lynn Leake, Sohpie Goldstein
Students Gocco printing with Jon Chad.
More photos on Flickr.
Tags: Flickr, Gocco, Jon Chad
In the CCS Gallery: Panels & Screens
Motion picture studios have long recognized the rich potential in adapting comic strips and comic books to film, as well as the potent impact of utilizing cartooning in movie advertising. Panels & Screens: Comics & Cartoonists in Movie Advertising & Ballyhoo is a gallery exhibition that embraces both aspects of the relationship between comics, cartoonists, and the movies, presenting a selection of rare memorabilia from movies either adapted from comic strips or comic books, or movie ad campaigns using comics imagery and/or comics artists to lure audiences into movie theater; curated by Jon Chad and Stephen R. Bissette (from his SpiderBaby Archives collection).
The exhibition will be on display in the CCS Gallery, in the Colodny Building, through March 1st.
Gallery Hours: Fridays, noon-5PM
For details about what’s on the walls, click “more.”
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Tags: CCS Gallery, Exhibition, Jon Chad, Steve Bissette