Stories tagged Angoulême

Visiting Artist: Howard Cruse

Howard Cruse’s comic strips and humorous illustrations have appeared in American Bystander, Playboy, The Village Voice, Artforum International, Heavy Metal, The Advocate, and numerous other mainstream American magazines, as well as in underground comic books. Aside from cartooning, Cruse’s creative ventures have included art director positions in both Birmingham and New York City. Cruse’s comic strip Wendel was regularly featured in The Advocate between 1983-89 and he is best known for the award winning graphic novel Stuck Rubber Baby published in 1995, which has won both Eisner and Harvey Awards in the U.S. in 1996 and, in translation, a Luchs Award in Germany, a Prix de la critique at the International Comics Festival in Angouleme, France in 2002, and a Comics Critics Award in Spain. Cruse was the founding editor in 1980 of Gay Comix.

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L’employé du Moi Angoulême Exhibit Featuring CCS Alum, Fellows, and Faculty

January 29, 2015 10:00 pmtoFebruary 1, 2015 10:00 pm


January 29-February 1

L’employé  du Moi is a publishing company based in Brussels and active in the world of independent comics for 15 years. The museum Paper will devote this year’s exhibition space during the International Festival of Comics of Angoulême. On more than one hundred square meters you will discover the many facets of the publishing house: original boards , collective productions , and interactive facility all grouped around the imposing sculpture of the building symbol of the publisher. L’employé  du Moi publishes work of The Center for Cartoon Studies  fellows Max de Radiguès, Julie Delporte, and David Libens, along with CCS faculty Alec Longstreth, and alum Joe Lambert and Chuck Forsman.

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CCS Fellow, Max de Radiguès, is on the OFFICIAL SELECTIONS list for Angoulême!

January 26, 2012toJanuary 29, 2012

Meanwhile in White River Junction by CCS Fellow Max deRadigues, makes the short list of OFFICIAL SELECTIONS list for Angoulême.

Read all about it on the Schulz Blog!

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