L’employé du Moi Angoulême Exhibit Featuring CCS Alum, Fellows, and Faculty
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L’employé du Moi is a publishing company based in Brussels and active in the world of independent comics for 15 years. The museum Paper will devote this year’s exhibition space during the International Festival of Comics of Angoulême. On more than one hundred square meters you will discover the many facets of the publishing house: original boards , collective productions , and interactive facility all grouped around the imposing sculpture of the building symbol of the publisher. L’employé du Moi publishes work of The Center for Cartoon Studies fellows Max de Radiguès, Julie Delporte, and David Libens, along with CCS faculty Alec Longstreth, and alum Joe Lambert and Chuck Forsman.
Tags: Alec Longstreth, Angoulême, Charles Forsman, David Libens, Joseph Lambert, Julie Delporte, L’employé du Moi, Max de Radigues
Recent CCS Fellow Julie Delporte Everywhere Antennas Book Releases
The latest from Julie Delporte (CCS Fellow 2011-12):
Everywhere Antennas is a poetic novel about self-doubt and technological fatigue, done in Delporte’s ethereal style that pairs a few spare words with flowing pencil crayon illustrations.
Tags: Cartoon Studies, CCS Fellow, D&Q, Drawn and Quarterly, Everwhere Antennas, Julie Delporte, Montreal, Pascal, Petty Thief, Vermont
All Those Colored Pencils Did Not Perish In Vain
Julie Delporte’s Journal will be published this Spring by Koyama Press! Journal will feature Julie’s sublime diary comics created between early 2011 and late 2012. These dates include time spent in White River Junction. Click here for more info about CCS’s fellowship program. Julie’s a special talent and we can’t wait to see this book! Congrads, Julie!
Tags: CCS Fellow, Julie Delporte, Koyama Press
New Book Features CCS Sketchbooks
“This book, just one of the recent acquisitions to the Schulz Library’s “artists sketchbook” section, is both visually impressive and intellectually stimulating. For fans of comics, it’s a fascinating insight into the minds of successful creators. For other artists, and students like myself, it can also be a profound source of inspiration and a reminder that there is no one “right way” to create comics and comic art.”–Sasha Steinberg, guest writer for The Schulz Blog
Click here to read the entire story.
Tags: and CCS co-founder James Sturm.Steven Heller, Cartoon Drawings, CCS, Comics, Comics Sketchbook, David Libens, James Sturm, Joe Lambert, Joseph Lambert, Julie Delporte, Max de Radigues, Robert Sikoryak, Sasha Steinberg, Schulz Library, The Center for Cartoon Studies
Exit Interview: Julie Delporte
Read the Exit Interviews with CCS Fellow Julie Delporte and Blaise Larmee by James Sturm on The Schulz Blog.
Tags: 7Days, Belgium, bilingual comics, David Libens, Fellowship, French Comics, James Sturm, Julie Delporte, Montreal, Seven Days Vermont, Vermont
Thesis Exhibition On Exhibit, May 12 – June 16
The Center for Cartoon Studies
2012 Thesis Exhibition
An exhibition featuring work by the graduating class of The Center for Cartoon Studies.
Exhibition runs Monday-Saturday, 10am-2pm, through Saturday, June 16.
Location: CCS Gallery, Colodny Building, White River Junction, Vermont.
Click here to see photos of the exhibit online!
Tags: Adrienne Núñez, Amelia Onorato, Andrew Geer Warner, Ariel Bordeaux, Bill Bedard, Blaise Larmee, Cartoon Studies, CCS Alumni, ccs commencement, Dakota McFadzean, Dave Weinar, Donna Almendrala, Jai Granofsky, Julie Delporte, Katie Moody, Melanie Gillman, Molly Howard, Nate Wootters, Rio Aubry Taylor, Sean Knickerbocker, Wade Simpson
Congratulations Class of 2012!
Rio Aubry Taylor
Andrew Geer Warner
Michael Scott King Stanley
And this year’s fellows:
See work by the graduates on display now at The Center for Cartoon Studies Thesis Exhibition. Gallery hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am-2pm, through Saturday, June 16.
Tags: Adrienne Núñez, Amelia Onorato, Andrew Geer Warner, Ariel Bordeaux, Bill Bedard, Blaise Larmee, Cartoon Studies, Dakota McFadzean, Dave Weinar, Donna Almendrala, Jai Granofsky, Julie Delporte, Katie Moody, Melanie Gillman, Molly Howard, Nate Wootters Michael Scott King Stanley, Sean Knickerbocker, Thesis Exhibition, Wade Simpson Rio Aubry Taylor
CCS Fellow: Julie Delporte
CCS Fellow Julie Delporte is a Francophone cartoonist and bookseller from Montreal, Canada with a Masters degree on the intersection of blogging and autobiography. She co-organizes Montreal’s annual “48 Heures” comics festival and newsprint anthology, runs and co-hosts the comics-centric radio show “Dans ta Bulle” (“In Your Bubble”) on CHOQ.FM, and has been published by L’employé du Moi and Colossus.
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Tags: CCS Fellow, Francophone Cartoonist, Julie Delporte, L’employé du Mo