Denys Wortman
Links to other Web Sites

Links to other sites:

Featherstone Meetinghouse for the Arts

Located on Barnes Road in Oak Bluffs on the Island of Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts, Featherstone Meetinghouse for the arts offers a wide range of programs.  With programs that range from Art to Pottery to Writing and Music, Featherstone is a treasure and wealth of learning for both adults and the youth of Martha's Vineyard.

http://www.featherstonearts.org


The Center for Cartoon Studies

The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) offers a two-year course of study that centers on the creation and dissemination of comics, graphic novels and other manifestations of the visual narrative. Experienced and internationally recognized cartoonists, writers, and designers teach classes. CCS programs include a two-year Master of Fine Arts Degree, One- and Two-Year Certificates in Cartooning, and annual summer workshops. The school is located in historic downtown village of White River Junction, Vermont, in the old Colony Surprise Department Store.
Mission

The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) is dedicated to providing the highest quality of education to students interested in creating visual stories. CCS’s curriculum of art, graphic design, and literature reflect the wide array of skills needed to create comics and graphic novels. CCS emphasizes self-publishing and prepares its students to publish, market, and disseminate their work.

CCS, recognizing the central role that socially responsible businesses can play in a community, will initiate and be responsive to innovative ways to improve the local cultural and economic quality of life.

CCS is operating under the charter of The National Association of Comics Art Educators, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt institution. CCS does not discriminate in its admissions policy for reasons of race, religion or ethnic origins.

 

Highlights

http://www.cartoonstudies.org/


New Britain Museum of American Art

The New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, Connecticut has a fine collection of paintings and murals by Thomas Hart Benton including his portrait of Denys Wortman seen here in this website.

http://www.nbmaa.org