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COMICS WORKSHOP is on the road again in January 2014, this time in rural northern Nicaragua!

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Sandwich, NH: Junior Historians Comics Camp

Our team of Junior Historians are hard at work drawing comics from local history topics & primary sources at Sandwich, NH this week.  Here are a couple of field trip sites we visited while researching our comics projects:

Our projects include comics drawn from the Weed Family Letters, Sandwich’s famous Niobe statue (and her fall from the Great Wall…), Native American activities in pre-Sandwich times, and the relationships of several “spinster” Sandwich women who worked in the mills at Lowell and maintained their financial & personal independence throughout their lives…

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Open Studio + Workshops @ Hopkinton Town Library

Thanks to Hopkinton Town Library for hosting our Open Studio + Workshop day last weekend:


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Comics Camp 2012 @ Currier Art Museum

Today’s Currier Art Center Comics Convention at the Currier Museum marked the official close of the 2012 Summer COMICS CAMP season!

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Comics Camp 2012 at The Orchard School

Here are some photos & artwork from last week’s Comics Camp at The Orchard School (East Alstead, NH):

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Spanish Music & Comics @ Hopkinton Town Library

Here are some photos from our recent Spanish Music & Comics Workshop at Hopkinton Town Library!

We learned some songs and games from Mexico, Nicaragua, and other parts of Latin America.  Then students each chose a song to arrange in comics format.  (Favorites included “De Colores”, “Cuida el Agua”, and “La Bamba”.)

2012 Summer (Comics) Reading (& Drawing) Program Launch!

The COMICS WORKSHOP 2012 summer season launched off to a great start this week with two “Dream Big: Read!” library workshop+pizza+publishing parties (in Tamworth and Merrimack, NH), where each student created 1-2 pages of an all-new original comic book.  At the end of each evening, we published a mini-comic booklet with a page from each participant.

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