Summer Workshop: Cartooning Studio
Work on your comics at the Cartooning Studio! This summer, from June 17–21, you can hone your comic skills with Jon Chad (Leo Geo, Science Comics: Volcanoes) and Beth Hetlandm ′11 (Half Asleep).
For 5 days, you will learn through lectures and drawing exercises to develop your characters and environments, strengthen your writing, and practice a variety of inking techniques. And by the end, you and your classmates will get to share your brand-new mini comics with each other. “You will learn the things you didn’t know you didn’t know!” says previous workshop participant Carolyn from Ann Arbor, MI.
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CCS at Pulp Culture Comic Arts Festival
The Pulp Culture Comic Arts Festival and Symposium is coming up at the end of October. CCS faculty Jason Lutes (Berlin, Drawn and Quarterly, 2018) presented the pre-conference keynote address on September 27. And another CCS faculty, Stephen R. Bissette, provided the excellent Sasquatch illustration for their poster.
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