The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art is proud to announce it's slate of Summer 2006 Courses. This will include a seires of Friday night seminars, the first one being:
EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT WORKING IN COMICS
(BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK, UNTIL NOW)
Instructor: C.B. Cebulski
Class Limit: 40
Friday Night, 7:00 9:30
One Night Seminar
Join C.B. Cebulski for this no holds barred question and answer session about making it in the field as an artist or writer. Cebulski's work has been featured in New Mangaverse, X-Men Unlimited, Spider-Man Unlimited and the X-Men Fairy Tales series from Marvel. Having worked as a translator, editor, coordinator, consultant, agent, recruiter, licensor and publisher in the Japanese, European and American comic book markets for the past decade, he's finally discovering what life on the other side of the desk is like as he takes on the role of freelance writer. He'll also be launching a few creator-owned comic series through Image this fall. Refreshments will be served prior to and after the session.
All courses take place in the MocCA Gallery, 594 Broadway, Suite 401, New York, NY 10012.
For more info, or to register, either stop by the MoCCA Gallery or, e-mail Matt. Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org, with Summer Education in the subject field.