Pulp Culture Comic Arts Festival and Symposium
Green Mountain Pulp: Comics in Vermont
An exhibit in partnership with the Vermont Folklife Center, Fleming Museum and University of Vermont Libraries
October 2, 2017 - March 5, 2018
Main Floor, Bailey/Howe Library
University of Vermont
Curated by Margaret Tamulonis of the Fleming Museum and Andy Kolovos of the Vermont Folklife Center, Green Mountain Pulp: Comics in Vermont complements the Pulp Culture Comic Arts Festival & Symposium and the forthcoming Fleming Museum exhibit, Self-Confessed! The Inappropriately Intimate Comics of Alison Bechdel.
Green Mountain Pulp highlights the work of our three Pulp Culture keynote presenters, Bechdel, Joe Sacco and Art Spiegelman, and presents a wide range of materials on comics in and about Vermont, including original works by Bechdel, Stephen R. Bissette, James Kochalka and Rick Veitch.
Voz / Voice
7pm-9pm, October 2o, 2017
Fleming Auditorium (f101), Fleming museum
University of Vermont
Join students from Rachael Montesano's Spanish classes for dramatic readings - in Spanish - of three comics from the El viaje mas caro/The Most Cost Journey project: Algo adentro, La escuela de la vida, and El primer amor de toda mujer debería ser el amor proprio. The reading will be accompanied by projected images from the comics, and will be followed by a question and answer session.
Drawing from the Past: A Nonfiction Comics Workshop
10am-2pm friday, October 20, 2017 at UVm Special Collections at the university of vermont
Sponsored by UVM Special Collections & the Vermont Folklife Center
Join NH teaching artist Marek Bennett's COMICS WORKSHOP for this hands-on non-fiction comics lab featuring materials from the Vermont Folklife Center and UVM Special Collections or materials you bring along.
We'll look at basic techniques of cartooning and comics creation, then try our hands at drawing original comics based on primary source texts. Our discussions will address elements of readability, historical accuracy, point of view, research, and the responsibilities of the artist as an interpreter of historical narratives.
Participants each create 1+ pages of original comics drawn from primary source texts, and go home with the skills necessary to continue their work independently.
No experience required – everyone can draw comics!
Drawing from the Past is free and is limited to 20 participants. Registration is required. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis, and half of the slots are reserved for UVM Affiliates. If registrations exceed available space we will maintain a wait list.
Workshop is FULL. If you would like to be added to The waitlist, please do so below:
Presented by the University of Vermont and the Vermont Folklife Center
Sponsored by Fleming Museum, Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies, Department of German and Russian, Jewish Studies Program, Dan and Carole Burack Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Vermont Humanities Center, Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visual Arts, UVM Marsh Professor-at-Large Program, Larner College of Medicine, Global and Regional Studies, Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, UVM Honors College, Center for Research on Vermont, UVM Departments of Anthropology, English, Geography, History, Romance Languages and Linguistics, and Vermont Humanities Council, Vermont Arts Council and the Center for Cartoon Studies.
Isaac Cates (English), Glynnis Fawkes (Cartoonist), Anthony Grudin (Art and Art History), Andy Kolovos (Vermont Folklife Center), Jonah Steinberg (Anthropology) and Margaret Tamulonis (Fleming Museum).