Stories tagged Our Mother

CCS Alum and Faculty in The New Yorker

Congratulations to Lillie Harris ’21 and Daryl Seitchik ’18 with cartoons in recent issues of The New Yorker! The New Yorker is one of those pinnacles of achievement for a lot of cartoonists, so a lot of hard work goes into getting a comic accepted. Many CCS alum and faculty cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker! The November 20th The New Yorker “Daily Shouts” featured faculty Glynnis Fawkes cartoon “2020 As A Newborn” which reflects on parenting during a pandemic.

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Tags: Americana, Emma Hunsinger, Glynnis Fawkes, How To Draw A Horse, How To Survive In The North, Lillie Harris, Luke Healy, Luke Howard, Mitra Farmand, Nomi Kane, Our Mother, Permanent Press, Talk Dirty to Me, The New Yorker

Summer Workshop Spotlight: Create Comics

Cover of Volcanoes by Jon Chad

Create Comics
July 15-19
Ages 16+

Get started making comics with Luke Howard (Our Mother) and Jon Chad (Leo Geo and Science Comics: Volcanoes), both are instructors at The Center for Cartoon Studies. This summer from July 15–19, you can work with other new comic creators to produce an anthology in 5 days.

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Tags: cartoonstudies, create comics, Jon Chad, Leo Geo, Luke Howard, Our Mother, Science Comics: Volcanoes, Summer Workshop

Summer Workshop: Cartooning Studio

June 25-29

Eventbrite - The Center for Cartoon Studies Summer Workshops

If it is time to bring your comics up to the next level, Luke Howard ′13 and Jarad Greene ’17 can help you step up in Cartooning Studio (June 25–29). A 5-day, intensive summer workshop, Jarad and Luke will teach character development, environments, writing, and inking through lectures and in-class exercises.

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Tags: AdHouse Books, All Coons Look Alike to Me, Best American Comics, Cartoon Studies, Cartooning Studio, Jarad Greene, Luke Howard, Memories of a Former Porcelain Doll, Our Mother, Retrofit, Summer Workshop, Talk Dirty to Me, Trevor

Alum at Comic Arts Brooklyn 2017

Comic Arts Brooklyn 2017 banner

In a few weeks on November 11, 2017, is Comic Arts Brooklyn. The event is at a new location this year, the Pratt Institute. You can see a few alum there this year.

Sophie Goldstein will be there for the release of her graphic novel House of Women with Fantagraphics. House of Women is a sci-fi story about four women trying to “civilize” the natives of a distant planet. Get it early: They go fast.

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Tags: cab, Cartoon Studies, Comic Arts Brooklyn, Cooper Whittlesey, House of Women, Luke Howard, Omens of Normal Living, Our Mother, Retrofit, Robyn Chapman, Sophie Goldstein, The Age of Elves, The Micro-Press Yearbook 2016, Uncivilized Books