Monthly Archives: August 2011

Schulz Library Post-Irene

Against many odds–and with the amazing help of our friends–I’m thrilled to announce on behalf of The Center for Cartoon Studies community that the entire Schulz Library collection is safe and secure in the dry storage area of the Telegraph … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Irene swamps Main Street Museum building, home to the Schulz Library

See photos from the storm damage to the Main Street Museum & Schulz Library.

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Summer Workshops and Intern Sweat

The summer is coming to a close but not without help of some very talented (sometimes sweaty) interns. While most of the workshops are a smorgasbord of students peppered in from all around the globe of varying ages, interests and … Continue reading

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Cartooning Studio Day 5

This blog entry is written by Stephanie Mannheim. She’s the one in the bow tie . . . that is, she’s the one bottom left. My name is Stephanie, and I’m a summer intern at The Center for Cartoon Studies.  I … Continue reading

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Ignatz Nominations 2011

The Center for Cartoon Studies is happy to announce that three of our auspicious alumni have been nominated for Ignatz Awards!  We have a long and proud history of Ignatz nominations for our faculty and students such as Alec Longstreth, … Continue reading

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Animation for Cartoonists Workshop in Vermont

Finally! Putting words together with pictures is an odd mix. When you tell someone you are cartoonist, they start talking about animation. If you tell them you make comics, they think you make funny-ha-ha jokes in a smoky, dim nightclub. … Continue reading

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Cartooning Studio Workshop: Days 3 and 4

This entry was penned by Cartooning Studio intern Audrey Grieve! Day 3 Wednesday started out with more than just apples and granola for this intern—there was also visiting comic creator, Ariel Bordeaux! Her first lecture of the day went in-depth … Continue reading

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Cartooning Studio Workshop: Day 2

The second day of Cartoon Studio started with a lecture I call “Page Building”. I believe that page composition is one of the most valuable, yet under utilized tools in the cartoonist’s metaphorical  toolbox. No amount of impressive draftsmanship can hide poor … Continue reading

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Carrie Jones: woman and myth and future legend

Fresh off her trip to White River Junction as the Schulz Graphic Novel Library Intern, journalist-cum-librarian Carrie Jones gave me a few minutes and then a few minutes more to discuss her time in Vermont. You are a librarian, Carrie, … Continue reading

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Cartooning Studio Workshop: Day 1

Cartoon Studio is an annual summer workshop offered at The Center for Cartoon Studies.  This workshop replicates the CCS thesis year in five short days.  Students have full access to the production lab, studio space, and Schulz Library.  They work on … Continue reading

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