Center for Cartoon Studies
I visited The Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont, in February. With the talent the school, which opened in September 2005, has brought together – among its students and its teachers – the future of comics likely starts here. Where else have so many cartoonists been brought together for so long to think about and rethink the medium?
Photos by The New England Journal of Aesthetic Research. Pictured from top to bottom: Director and co-founder James Sturm; group projects by students; fellow Alec Longstreth assembles his new mini comic; an original Walt Kelly “Pogo” drawing on view in an exhibit at the school; program coordinator Robyn Chapman gives me a tour of CCS’s Schulz Library; last year’s student thesis projects.
A visit to the Center for Cartoon Studies in 2007.