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Visiting Artist: George Pratt

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George Pratt is an award-winning painter, writer, photographer. His work is in numerous private collections world wide. He is a recipient of the Eisner Award for his graphic novels, a Spectrum Gold Medal, and Best Feature Documentary at the New York International Independent Film Festival. More recently, his work has appeared in Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream from Locust Moon Press, and Above the Dreamless Dead from First Second books.

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CCS Spring Visiting Artist Line Up!

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The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) Spring Visiting Artist lineup is here!  Cartoonists and artists due to visit the school this semester include Jo Knowles, Jo Dery, Maurice Vellekoop, Jess Ruffilson, Craig Fischer, CCS Alum Dan Archer, Jen Sorensen, George Pratt, Ellen Forney, Allison Baker, Tom Kaczynski, Chris Pitzer, CCS Alum Jen Vaughn, and Danielle Corsetto.

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The Cartoonist Veteran Project: George Pratt

April 1, 2015
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

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Master artist and cartoonist George Pratt will be on hand at the White River Junction VA Medical Center to lead a team of cartoonists to do live portrait drawing. George Pratt will be joined by The Center for Cartoon Studies faculty member Steve Bissette who is a fellow contributor to the new book,  Above the Dreamless Dead, World War I in Poetry and Comics. The first 20 veterans in attendance will receive a free signed copy.

Wednesday, April 1
6-8pm
White River Junction VA Medical Center
Room 103, Building 44

The Cartoonist Veteran Project is funded in part with support from The National Endowment for the Arts.

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Faculty Stephen Bissette Comic Featured In World War I Tribute Anthology

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Above the Dreamless Dead, edited by Chris Duffy, features a stunning  double-page ‘adaptation’ of a Rudyard Kipling poem by CCS faculty Steve Bissette. Above the Dreamless Dead is a moving and illuminating tribute to those who fought and died in World War I. Twenty poems are interpreted in comics form by twenty of today’s leading cartoonists, including Stephen Bissette, Eddie Campbell, Kevin Huizenga, George Pratt, and many others. Order a copy today!

 

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