CAKE Chicago: Special Guest Alum Lucy Knisley
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Chicago Alternative Comics Expo [CAKE]
June 16 & 17
CAKE Special Guest, CCS alum Lucy Knisley! Visit Lucy’s site to read her webcomic, Stop Paying Attention, and to buy comics: LucyKnisley.com
Also, debuting at CAKE: Island Brat 2, by CCS Alum Colleen Frakes. Island Brat is about living on McNeil Island, home to America’s last island prison, accessible only by air or sea. Visit Colleen’s site: tragicrelief.com
CCS students and alum exhibiting, include: Sophie Goldstein, Sasha Steinberg, Sean Ford, Chuck Forsman, Colleen Frakes, Penina Gal, Beth Hetland, Lucy Knisley, Josh Kramer, Melissa Mendes, Annie Murphy, Betsey Swardlick.
CCS fellows Blaise Larmee and Gabby Schulz will also be exhibiting!
Tags: Annie Murphy, Beth Hetland, Betsey Swardlick, Blaise Larmee, CAKE, Cartoon Studies, Chicago Alternative Comics Expo, Chuck Forsman, Colleen Frakes, Gabby Schulz, Island Brats, Josh Kramer, Lucy Knisley, Melissa Mendes, Penina Gal, Sasha Steinberg, Sean Ford, Sophie Goldstein
CCS Students, Alumni and Fellows take 11 spots in Rob Clough’s “Top 30 Minicomics of 2011″ in The Comics Journal
The Comics Journal list includes minis by Aaron Cockle, Max de Radigues, Sean Ford, Chuck Forsman, Nomi Kane, Alex Kim, Joe Lambert, Jeff Lok, Melissa Mendes, Dakota McFadzean (image above), Max Mose, Jose-Luis Olivares and Laura Terry. Read the full list here: http://www.tcj.com/the-top-30-minicomics-of-2011.
Tags: Aaron Cockle, Alex Kim, Chuck Forsman, Dakota McFadzean, Jeff Lok, Joe Lambert, Jose-Luis Olivares, Laura Terry, Max de Radigues, Max Mose, Melissa Mendes, Minicomic, Nomi Kane, Rob Clough, Sean Ford, The Comics Journal
Draw Your Own City Cartoon Workshop
Draw Your Own City Cartoon Workshop at The Museum of the City of New York
Saturday December 18, 2pm
In celebration of the exhibition Denys Wortman Rediscovered: Drawings for the World-Telegram and Sun, 1930-1953, cartoonist Sean Ford, M.F.A., The Center for Cartoon Studies, will lead a family workshop, introducing the basics of cartooning and storytelling through comic strips and single panel cartoons. The workshop is inspired by Wortman’s daily single frame column entitled “Metropolitan Movies.”
For more information and to register, visit: mcny.org
Tags: Alum, Cartoon Studies, Denys Wortman, mcny, Museum of the City of New York, Sean Ford