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Monday, January 30, 2006

Trees & Hills Comics Party at CCS

On Saturday, February 4th the Trees & Hills Comics Group, in conjunction with AWP North East will be holding an informal cartooning get-together at the Center for Cartoon Studies. Please drop by to draw and help strengthen the comics community in New England.
The Trees & Hills Comics Group is a collective of cartoonists from New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Several of their members are part of the Keene Comics Group, which has weekly meeting and puts out a free monthly anthology.
All local cartoonists, CCS students, and curious others are welcome to join us for a day of drawing. Bring your drawing tools and a snack to share. Drawing starts at 1pm and goes till 7pm. Local "pro" wrestling to follow.
RSVP required. Contact Robyn Chapman at

Some of the visiting artists:
Colin Tedford -
Marek Bennett
Tim Hulsizer -
Bill Couture -
Blake Parker
Daniel Barrow -
Efraim Siounis -


At 8:47 PM, Blogger Colin Tedford said...

This is going to be excellent!

Uh, the Keene Comics Group actually just ended (though it lives on in spirit) - the broader Trees & Hills group is partly growing out of its ashes. There will be a Trees & Hills forum online soon to help foster more community and fun comic-ing get togethers.

Also, for the curious, Marek Bennett is at and Tim Hulsizer at Also, the address for Blake is actually Trees & Hills cofounder Dan Barlow's address - but he will of course be present, too.

I can't wait! Hopefully carpooling will not prevent me from taking in some wrestling...

At 8:55 PM, Blogger Colin Tedford said...

Oh, the free comic is still going, though, the new one just came out. I'll bring some along.

At 7:40 AM, Blogger robyn said...

Oops, sorry for the false advertising. I'll fix that.
BTW, wrestling is $13. A little steep. but I gotta see this with my own eyes.


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