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Upcoming Cloudscape Comic Classes

Cloudscape members will be teaching a lot of exciting comic classes coming up this summer. Here is a sampling of them. The Manga Summer Camp is run by board member Jonathon Dalton, while Mara Coman will be teaching the rest.

July 6-10, Nikkei Cultural Center
Manga Summer Camp

July 6-10, Bonsor Community Center
6-8 year olds – Drawing and Comics
9-12 year olds – Comic Making
16+ year olds – Illustration and Comics

July 10-31, Edmonds Community Center
13+ year olds – Illustration and Comics

August 4-14, Edmonds Community Center
12-15 year olds – Drawing & Cartooning

August 10-14, Trout Lake Community Center Summer Camp
7-12 year olds – Comics and Cartooning Camp

For more information, visit Cloudscsape Events.

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KAPOW! Creating Comics at the Family Fuse

family fuse cloudscape art gallery

Ever wanted to make your own comic? Join local comic artist as they teach every step of the process involved in comic book making. We’ll be holding four stations focusing on a different aspect of comic making so it’s easy to drop in and check out the area you’re most interest in or visit all of them in your own time. Artist in attendance: Mara Coman, Christine Eberle, Oliver McTavish Wisden, Bevan Thomas, Colin Upton, Kathleen Gros, Rebecca Erlichman, Ed Appleby, and Kris Sayer.

Cost: Regular gallery admission rates. $17.50 Adults, $12.50 Senior (65+), $12.50 Student (with valid ID). Gallery Members are free, as are children ages 12 and under if accompanied by an adult.

When: 12 pm – 4 pm

Saturday, March 2nd -and Sunday, March 3rd, 2013

Where: Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby, Vancouver.

For more information about Family FUSE Weekend, call 604.662.4700 and visit our Facebook page.


New Cloudscape Comics Headquarters

One of our many rooms in the new studioCloudscape Comics is moving into a new studio!  Thanks to the City of Vancouver’s Fieldhouse Initiative, a program that repurposes neglected park buildings into free studio spaces for artist collectives in exchange for free community programming, Cloudscape has found a new home for our roster of more than 60 unique artists.

Located at 5955 Ross St. at East 41st Ave. in South Memorial Park, the new Cloudscape Comics Society HQ will be a place for artists to work together in the comic medium. It’s also a perfect location for our weekly meetings and a great classroom for us to start our free public programming. We will officially open up the studio on Wednesday November 7th, 2012. So if you plan on attending our Wednesday meetings, please visit us at the HQ!

For more information on the Field House Initiative, visit them here. If you’d like to keep up to date on our residency, visit our blog.


Miriam Libicki’s Comic course still taking registration

Miriam Libicki is still taking registration for her comic book course!

This was the best class (of many) I’ve taken at ECUAD. Libicki was well-organized and inspiring. She had just the right combination for an art instructor. I would DEFINITELY take another class with her.

[Libicki] is great! Knowledgeable and friendly. She was a great sounding board for ideas and very supportive and encouraging.

Fantastic course. Learned much, and it was fun and challenging too. The instructor is very competent and is a fantastic resource for info and critique.

This course was excellent in every way.

to register, visit http://www.ecuad.ca/programs/courses/CEGN/170/SU01 WITHOUT DELAY!