Tag Archives: Drawn and Quarterly

Industry Day 2016

Industry Day is the time of year when a group of comics industry professionals outside the art side come to talk to the students at The Center for Cartoon Studies. This year, we had Bill Boichel, Tracy Hurren, Jennifer Linnan, … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist: Julie Delporte

Julie Delporte visited The Center for Cartoon Studies as a visiting artist, coming all the way from Canada! Which really isn’t that far. But she was also a fellow at CCS in 2011. She comes to comics from writing journalism, … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist: Dylan Horrocks

In September, CCS was fortunate to have Dylan Horrocks come all the way from New Zealand to lecture. Dylan was equally excited to see CCS. If anywhere in the world is Hicksville, the fictional city his breakout graphic novel is … Continue reading

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Julie Delporte: Everywhere Antennas

It’s been a great couple of years for Montreal-based cartoonist Julie Delporte. In addition to having been The Center for Cartoon Studies’ Fellow for 2011-12, she’s released the wonderful Pigskin Peters Award nominated Journal through Koyama Press, the children’s book … Continue reading

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Recent Reads

Three second-year students at the Center for Cartoon Studies (Class of 2013) discuss books they’ve recently enjoyed from the Schulz Library. Student: Romey Bensen ’13 Book: “City of Light, City of Dark” written by Avi, illustrated by Brian Floca (Scholastic, … Continue reading

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ICAF in review

The attendees and students of The Center for Cartoon Studies are still reveling in the Post-ICAF glow (a much needed one after Hurricane Irene). The comics scholarship presents a facet of the many-sided comics die we roll around; where appreciation … Continue reading

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