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2024 Cornish CCS Residency Fellowship Announced

Applications are now open for the 2024 Cornish CCS Residency Fellowship, which will take place October 22- November 22, 2024. The Deadline to apply is April 1, 2024. This month-long residency provides housing, a studio space, access to all CCS facilities, and a living stipend.

The Cornish CCS Residency is designed to create a focused and inspiring environment for cartoonists in order to create exceptional work. Cornish is located 16 miles from The Center for Cartoon Studies (VT) in rural New Hampshire. For a complete description of the fellowship, application requirements, and eligibility, visit: cartoonstudies.org/cornishfellowship

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The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) has named Beatrix Urkowitz and Agnes Lee as the fifth annual Cornish CCS Residency Fellows

White River Junction, Vermont –The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) has named Beatrix Urkowitz and Agnes Lee for its fifth annual Cornish-CCS Residency Fellowship for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022. Due to the pandemic, CCS was unable to welcome a Cornish-CCS Fellow during Fall 2020 so have offered two fellowships this academic year. These month-long fellowships provide a $3000 stipend and housing and studio space on 12 secluded acres in Cornish, NH as well as full access to all The Center for Cartoon Studies resources including The Schulz Library, production lab, and a downtown White River Junction studio space. The fellows were selected from a pool of sixty applicants.

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Announcing the fourth year of The Cornish CCS Fellowship Residency

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White River Junction, Vermont – The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) announces the fourth year of The Cornish CCS Fellowship Residency. The month-long residency is held during the height of New England’s fall foliage season and will include a $3000 stipend. The deadline to apply is August 15, 2019.

Located in Cornish, NH, The Cornish CCS Residency is designed to create a focused and inspiring environment for cartoonists to create exceptional work. Cornish is located 16 miles from The Center for Cartoon Studies (VT), in beautiful rural New Hampshire.

This residency is made possible by former CCS board member, cartoonist Harry Bliss, whose work regularly appears in The New Yorker. “I want to attract the best cartoonists working today and create a residency that is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for storytellers who are pushing the boundaries of the medium,” Bliss said.

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Tags: Ali Fitzgerald, Comics, Cornish CCS Residency, Fellowship, Graphic Novel, Harry Bliss, New Yorker, Nick Drnaso


Announcing the third year of The Cornish CCS Fellowship Residency

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

White River Junction, Vermont – The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) announces the third year of The Cornish CCS Fellowship Residency. The month-long residency is held during the height of New England’s fall foliage season and will include a $3000 stipend. The deadline to apply is August 15, 2018.

Located in Cornish, NH, The Cornish CCS Residency is designed to create a focused and inspiring environment for cartoonists to create exceptional work. Cornish is located 16 miles from The Center for Cartoon Studies (VT), in beautiful rural New Hampshire.

This residency is made possible by former CCS board member, cartoonist Harry Bliss, whose work regularly appears in The New Yorker. “I want to attract the best cartoonists working today and create a residency that is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for storytellers who are pushing the boundaries of the medium,” Bliss said.

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Tags: Ali Fitzgerald, Comics, Cornish CCS Residency, Fellowship, Graphic Novel, Harry Bliss, New Yorker, Nick Drnaso


The Cornish CCS Residency Fellowship AWARDED TO ALI FITZGERALD

In 2015, Ali began a series of comic workshops with refugees which were then supported by Comic Invasion and Amnesty International. Her first graphic novel, based on these workshops as well as Berlin’s historical//contemporary relationship to immigration and bohemia, will be published by Fantagraphics in the Spring of 2018. At The Cornish CCS Fellowship Residency, she’ll work on a series of comics investigating the aesthetics of nationalism and propaganda.

Ali lives in Berlin and mostly works in the milieu of socially-critical visual narratives. She currently contributes comics and visual essays to New York Magazine’s The Cut and The New Yorker. She has also contributed art-world comics to Art Magazin and Modern Painters and created the popular comic Hungover Bear and Friends for McSweeney’s, which ran from 2013 to 2016.

She has been a regular arts writer for Art21 since 2010 and founded the column Queer Berlin in 2013. Her artwork has been exhibited extensively in the U.S. and Europe as well as featured or mentioned in the New York Times, Artlies!, Afar, The Berlin Quarterly, The Guardian, The Economist, Taggespeigel, Tip Magazin, Varoom Magazine and Art in America. For more information on Ali Fitzgerald visit: alifitzgerald.net

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The Center for Cartoon Studies announces the second year of The Cornish CCS Fellowship Residency

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White River Junction, Vermont – The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) announces the second year of The Cornish CCS Fellowship Residency. This year, the month-long residency will be held during the stunning fall season and will include a $3000 stipend. The deadline to apply is August 15, 2017.

Located in Cornish, NH, The Cornish CCS Residency is designed to create a focused and inspiring environment for cartoonists to create exceptional work. Cornish is located 16 miles from The Center for Cartoon Studies (VT), in beautiful rural New Hampshire.

This residency is made possible by former CCS board member, cartoonist Harry Bliss, whose work regularly appears in The New Yorker. “I want to attract the best cartoonists working today and create a residency that is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for storytellers who are pushing the boundaries of the medium,” Bliss said.

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The Center for Cartoon Studies presents LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION by Alec Longstreth

The Center for Cartoon Studies presents Location, Location, Location

Here’s a new comic about the journey of moving to Vermont to make and teach comics, by The Center for Cartoon Studies faculty and 2008-09 fellow Alec Longstreth. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION debuted at The Society of Illustrators Ten Years of Fellowship at The Center for Cartoon Studies exhibit opening and was a feature comic at MoCCA Fest 2016. Read The Center for Cartoon Studies presents LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION comic online, here!

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Society of Illustrators Exhibit: The Center for Cartoon Studies, Ten Years of Fellowship

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Art by Connor Willumsen

On exhibit until April 30

The Society of Illustrators128 East 63rd Street
New York, NY

The Center for Cartoon Studies Fellows will also be attending the MoCCA Arts Festival, held on April 2 – 3 at Metropolitan West in NYC.

Over the last ten years, CCS Fellows have produced some of the most moving, provocative, and groundbreaking work in comics. CCS Fellows include Robyn Chapman, Gabby Schulz, T. Edward Bak, Chris Wright, Alec Longstreth, Max de Radigues, David Libens, Blaise Larmee, Julie Delporte, Connor Willumsen, Nicole Georges, Sophie Yanow, and Noah Van Sciver.

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Exit Interview: Julie Delporte

Read the Exit Interviews with CCS Fellow Julie Delporte and Blaise Larmee by James Sturm on The Schulz Blog.

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