Anthony Fisher

Anthony J. Fisher

  • Monroe County Community College
  • B.S., individualized studies in political cartooning, Eastern Michigan University, 2001
  • M.F.A., sequential art, Savannah College of Art and Design, 2008

"The best thing about teaching is learning."

Anthony J. Fisher | Dean, School of Communication Arts; Chair, sequential arts

Awards, recognition and honors

Portfolio fellowship in sequential art at SCAD; Best Editorial Cartoonist, College Media Advisors, 1988; Second place for political cartoons, Columbia Scholastic Press Association's 1988 Gold Circle Awards

Organizations

Eastern Educational Research Association, Southeastern College Art Conference

Previous Positions

Professor of sequential art, SCAD; adjunct professor, the Art Institute of Charleston; part-time eLearning professor, the Art Institute of Pittsburgh; program coordinator of graphic design and digital art, Lawrence Technological University

Publications and presentations

Publications

  • "I Hate Pandas," anthology of graphic novel shorts, self-published
  • "Hop Up! The Story of Pasco the Guide Dog," illustrations and book design, written by Christopher Banks, Shaggy Dog Productions
  • "Space Corn and Spud Cadet: Serving-up Victory," self-published
  • "Silly, Silly Goose," self-published
  • "Discover Sequential Art," anthology of graphic novel shorts, SCAD
  • "What's Your Pointe," strip, The Pointer monthly magazine

Presentations

  • "Theory of Visual Relativity in Sequential Art." Comics Studies Conference, Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, Chicago, Illinois, April 16-18, 2010
  • "Drawing Efficiency: Sketch to Composition," Heroes Convention, Charlotte, North Carolina, June 6-8, 2010
  • "Engagement Starts with Fostering an Attitude of Success," Designs on eLearning 2010 Conference, Savannah, Georgia, September 15-17, 2010
  • "Defeating the Army of Technology Barbarians at the Gates of the Studio
  • Class," Southeastern College Art Conference/Mid-America College Art Association, Richmond, Virginia. October 20-23, 2010