CCS at Alternative Press Expo
|October 12, 2013||to||October 13, 2013|
Special mini comics self-publishing workshop by The Center for Cartoon Studies faculty Alec Longstreth and alum Nomi Kane on Saturday at 2pm!
Stop by table 529 to learn more about our program, meet CCS alum Donna Almendrala, Nomi Kane, Jen Vaughn, and take home a printed copy of our How To Draw catalog. IRENE anthology and faculty Alec Longstreth will also be exhibiting at APE!
For more information, visit: comic-con.org/ape
Tags: Alec Longstreth, APE, Basewood, Cartoon Studies, CCS, Comics, Donna Almendrala, IRENE, Jen Vaughn, Nomi Kane
Congratulations to CCS Award-Winning Alumae!
The Center for Cartoon Studies Stumptown Comic Arts Awards 2012 Winners
Best Small Press
Fugue #1 by alum Beth Hetland
Buy a copy of the award winning FUGUE today!
Lies Grownups Told Me edited by CCS alum Nomi Kane and Jen Vaughn, along with comics librarian Caitlin M.
Tags: Caitlin M, CCS, Center for Cartoon Studies, Fugue, Jen Vaughn, Lies Grownups Told Me, Nomi Kane, Stumptown Comic Arts Award
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
Nomi Kane Makes Her Mark
Nomi Kane (CCS ‘2011) left White River Junction shortly after graduation, and she is now in California teaching kids how to make comics. She shared her thoughts on teaching and the CCS community on the Schulz Library Blog. She also went into detail about her thesis project, Sugar Baby, a memior about growing up with type 1 diabetes.
Read the interview.
Tags: interview, Nomi Kane, Sugar Baby, Thesis
Sugar Baby Reviewed on Comic Book Resource
Sugar Baby by Nomi Kane (CCS ’11) was recently reviewed by Augie De Blieck Jr. for Comic Book Resource. Sugar Baby is a collection of memoir comics about Nomi’s diagnosis as a type one diabetic, about being a kid and about the powerful and sometimes hilarious ways her family rallied to support her and adjust to life with a chronic illness. Sugar Baby was created for Nomi’s senior thesis project.
Read the full review
Tags: Cartoon Studies, Nomi Kane, Sugarbaby, Thesis