Summer 2016! Graphic Novel Workshop With Paul Karasik
“Paul Karasik has a kind of intelligence combined with earnestness that comes from someplace deep not a recipe book. He is very, very, very intelligent.”
– Art Spiegelman
Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, “MAUS: A Survivor’s Tale”
Graphic Novel Workshop:
Session I: August 1-5
Session II: August 8-12
Optional online extension available!
Do you have the beginnings of a graphic novel but need some help getting it off the ground? Is your cartooning stuck in a rut, ready to move up to another level?
Put everything else aside and only work on your comics for a week in White River Junction, Vermont. Workshop instructor Paul Karasik is a cartoonist (The New Yorker, City of Glass), a comics scholar (I Shall Destroy All The Civilized Planets, How To Read Nancy), and a renowned teacher who really knows how to take good cartoonists and make them better.
“If you ever had any interest in taking a comics class, I recommend THIS ONE. Paul is probably one of the most insightful and all around influential and amazing teachers I’ve ever had…I give this class ten thumbs up, if I only had thumbs for each finger.” – Heather Benjamin, Cartoonist
Tags: Cartoon, City of Glass, Comic Workshop, Comics, Graphic Novel, New Yorker, Paul Karasik, Sequential Art, Summer Camp, Vermont, visual narrative, White River Junction
Spring Visiting Artist Line Up!
Hal Mayforth, Meags Fitzgerald, Chuck Forsman ’08, Melissa Mendes ’10, Susie Cagle, Leslie Stein, John Martz, Bill Griffith, Jen Vaughn ’10, Rutu Modan.
Tags: Bill Griffith, Cartoon Studies, cartoonist, Chuck Forsman, Comic Art, Comic book, Comics, Graphic Novel, Hal Mayforth, Jen Vaughn, John Martz, Leslie Stein, Meags Fitzgerald, Melissa Mendes, Rutu Modan, Sequential Art, Susie Cagle, visual narrative
New Yorker Cartoonist and Children’s Book Illustrator Ed Koren Talks About His Wild Scribble Career
The 4th Annual Bookstock, the Green Mountain Festival of Words, will take place on Friday, July 27, through Sunday, July 29, 2012 in the beautiful village of Woodstock, Vermont.
Special Guest: Ed Koren
One Thousand Cartoons and Counting: Passion, Neuroses and Silliness
Also, don’t miss David Berona‘s Reading Pictures: The Language of Wordless Books. Wordless books and woodcut novels, an old way of telling new stories and the growing importance of visual narrative.
For more information about Bookstock, visit: bookstockvt.org
Click here for more information on The Center for Cartoon Studies summer workshops and upcoming Master Class with Paul Karasik.
Tags: Bookstock, Cartoon Studies, David Berona, Ed Koren, Graphic Novels, New Yorker Cartoonist, Vermont, visual narrative, Woodcut novels, Woodstock, Wordless Books