Tag Archives: cartoonists

Celebrating the Freedom to Read Comics

The American Library Association’s annual Banned Books Week celebration runs from September 22nd through the 28th this year, and we’re taking the opportunity to showcase hot items in the library. Last year CCS and the Schulz teamed up with the … Continue reading

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Mark Siegel Visits CCS

Siegel’s wares, on display in the library Our students, faculty, and staff are looking forward to tomorrow evening when author/illustrator/editor Mark Siegel will visit the school to discuss his just-released graphic novel, Sailor Twain– a “supernatural romance” set in late … Continue reading

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Lewis Hyde to Speak on Creativity & Property

This Thursday, Lewis Hyde will speak on the measures of our gifts at Dartmouth College thanks to the Center for Cartoon Studies, the Leslie Center for the Humanities at Dartmouth and the Will and Ann Eisner Foundation. This essayist, poet … Continue reading

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Summer Workshops Line-Up

Load ‘em up, coach, the summer workshops at The Center for Cartoon Studies are available and waiting for you to fill the field. Here is a loverly run-down of the workshops (including two new ones!) and some of the fantastic … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Paul Pope Edition

Every so often our distinguished guests will have both the time and interest to check out the Schulz Library collection, and we are happy to oblige! Last week visiting artists Paul Pope and Sam Hiti were keen to peruse the … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist Jamboree!

This Spring semester at The Center for Cartoon Studies is chock full of amazing cartoonists, spellbinding story-tellers and groundbreaking designers. In a town where you know everyone on the street, it is quite a blast to turn around one afternoon … Continue reading

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This Just In: Mark Schultz in the Schulz

Schultz talks about the early days of his trademark series Dinosaur-drawing dynamo Mark Schultz visited CCS for a guest lecture last Thursday, and it was a treat to hear about his career thus far. Not only has the man won … Continue reading

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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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Facebook 2010 Assignment

No, this is not a retelling of the GREAT and POWERFUL social networking portal known as Facebook but rather a humble project the new Center for Cartoon Studies students take on. Every fall, while they are still getting eight hours … Continue reading

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Softball Sunday!

New Student Orientation at the Center for Cartoon Studies took place this past weekend and we could not be more excited for a whole new class (herd? murder? panel?) of cartoonists. Aside from learning how to not cut your hands … Continue reading

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