James is a cartoonist and co-founder of the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction.
From cave paintings and hieroglyphics, to comic books and emoji, visual expression has been a cornerstone of human communication. With screens in the palms of so many hands, the language of the future will continue to be written in pictures.
In this thought-provoking lecture, James Sturm, the co-founder of the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, VT will explore a brief history of the language and art of comics, and the new ways that cartooning and visual storytelling are changing the world.
Mileage, plus additional $100 if site is beyond 30 miles of White River Junction.
Available in correctional facilities.
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Then, click the “Book this Talk!” button below to send a request form to Vermont Humanities. We’ll respond within one week.