Are you wondering how the New England Comics Arts in the Classroom conference went last week? Me too. Luckily, the Anchor reports:
NECAC put on their first event on Saturday, March 26 in Alger Hall. The event was directed by Michael Gianfrancesco, an English teacher from North Providence High School, and Jennifer Cook, an English and education professor from Rhode Island College. This was Gianfrancesco’s first event. Cook is also the director of the RI Writing Project which hosted its annual event on March 12.
Three weeks prior to the event, it was sold out. Approximately 120 attendees participated in this event. There were 25 to 30 presenters including professional artists, cartoonists, educators and publishers. Of the presenters, many were teachers from high schools all over the country as well as professors from RISD, Emerson College, University of Texas and Bryant University.
Full article here.