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Yvan Alagbé and Dominique Goblet in Conversation Francophone artists Yvan Alagbé (France) and Dominique Goblet (Belgium) have both recently seen their first English-language editions published by New York Review Comics. Alagbe’s Yellow Negroes and Other Imaginary Creatures debuts at MoCCA; Goblet’s Pretending is Lying was published last ...
Comics, Community and Career How can serving a community be part of building a sustainable career in comics? How do we make decisions as to where to invest our labor, and why? In this discussion, comics professionals pass along their best strategies for artistic ...
Making MARCH The ground-breaking trilogy of MARCH graphic novels, the first to win a National Book Award, chronicle Congressman John Lewis’s experiences as a leader of the American Civil Rights movement. In this special panel presentation, writer Andrew Aydin and artist Nate ...
Roz Chast in Conversation at the MoCCA Arts Festival 2018 Since she began publishing cartoons there in 1978, Roz Chast has completely redefined the concept of what a New Yorker cartoon might be, and in the process has become one of that magazine’s signature contributors. Chast’s many books include collections ...
A Conversation with Mike Mignola and Karen Green Mike Mignola, comic artist and writer behind the award-winning Dark Horse Comics series Hellboy, discusses some of his favorite pieces, providing viewers a look into his dark, spectral perspective.
He is joined by Karen Green, Curator for Comics and Cartoons ...
Why Comics?: From Underground to Everywhere by Hillary Chute In an illuminating and far-ranging conversation, Hillary Chute and New Yorker writer Sarah Larson will discuss Chute’s new book, "Why Comics?" and the answers to other key questions it raises: What is the essence of comics’ appeal? What does this ...
Transforming Artwork and Ideas into Top-Selling Products A panel discussion moderated by Malene Barnett, Artist/Designer of Malene B Atelier. Presenting an evening with highly skilled and successful art/design professionals representing both the creation and ideation as well as the manufacturing side of Surface/Product Design. This exciting field ...
Art Spiegelman, Anita Kunz, & Steve Brodner discuss The Life & Times of Art Young An evening with comics art giant Art Spiegelman and acclaimed illustrator Anita Kunz. They discuss the lasting influence of 20th century political cartoonist Art Young, with master caricaturist Steve Brodner moderating the discussion. The three will examine the historical significance ...
Illustrator 59 Gallery Tour The premier showcase for illustrators and animators, the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition features over 400 pieces of the most outstanding works created throughout each year. Open to artists worldwide, thousands of entries are considered by a jury of professionals, ...
A Global Look at a Decade of Editorial Cartoons In 2006, following the Danish Cartoon controversy, an organization was founded called Cartooning For Peace. Its members seek to increase dialogue through cartoons about global issues, and foster communication among cartoonists and the public about the art form and its ...
New Visions Podcast Episode II: Technology & Illustration Yao Xiao moderates a conversation between four amazing illustrators from diverse backgrounds: Rebecca Mock, Kyle T. Webster, Leland Goodman, and Jensine Eckwall. In this episode the participants discuss technology and communication; the tools used, internet and networking, effect on their ...
How to Tell a Story in 9 Panels or Less Artists Asaf Hanuka and Tomer Hanuka explain, using a series of sketches and art work, how each tell a story. Tomer in illustration and Asaf in comics.
BOOKENDS: MFA VISUAL THESIS The Class of 2016 Masters of Fine Arts in Illustration
Ligang Luo * Sharon Volpe * Maria Carluccio * Diana Schoenbrun * Laura Boren * Naru Kang * Giuseppe Castellano * Stephen Schaffenberger * Mildor Chevalier * MJ Kim * ...
Comics: Pushing the Boundaries With the Zap Comix retrospective on display, this is a perfect time to take a look at how comics artists push the boundaries of taste and subject matter. We’ve gathered a panel of cartoonists and illustrators of diverse backgrounds and ...
New Visions Podcast: Episode One The Society of Illustrators New Visions Committee brings you a conversation addressing a host of issues facing the contemporary illustrator. These include topics of diversity and inclusion, multiculturalism, and illustration’s role in a larger cultural context. For the first podcast, ...
Marshall Arisman Presentation for the 2016 Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame inductee Marshall Arisman
Wimmin's Comix In 1970 Trina Robbins edited It Ain’t Me, Babe, the first underground comic book produced entirely by women. Two years later, a collective including Robbins founded Wimmen’s Comix, a feminist comix anthology that was published for twenty years and featured ...
Venn Diagram: Art/Comics Painter and cartoonist Keith Mayerson once called his 1996 graphic novel Horror Hospital Unplugged “too arty for comics” and “too comics for art.” The boundary between those two fields, however structural and arbitrary, may be weakening, but is it happening ...
Rebecca Sugar Q & A Rebecca Sugar made comics and studied animation as a student at the School of Visual Arts. After she finished school she found work as a writer and storyboard artist for Adventure Time before creating the critically-acclaimed and much beloved animated ...
Phoebe Gloeckner in Conversation with Ariel Schrag Phoebe Gloeckner is the author of two essential contemporary works about adolescent girlhood: A Child’s Life and Other Stories, a collection of short comics, and The Diary of a Teenage Girl, an account in prose and pictures which was recently ...
Making Comics for Younger Readers Comics for middle grade and young adult readers are a booming area of publishing. Witness the success of Raina Telgemeier, whose books including Smile have been on the New York Times Softcover Graphic Books best seller list every week for ...
Cece Bell on El Deafo Cece Bell is an illustrator, author, and cartoonist whose children’s books include Itty Bitty, Bee-Wigged, Rabbit & Robot: The Sleepover, and the Sock Monkey series. In 2014 she debuted as a cartoonist with the middle grade graphic memoir El Deafo ...
Wearing Two Hats: The Double Threat Illustrators who design, Designers who illustrate.
Presenting, with The Society of Publication Designers, a panel discussion focused on those double-threat editorial designers who also have a thriving illustration career! Moderated by Len Small, Art Director of Nautilus magazine, the panel ...
Stories Matter Part II In the second part of our series "Stories Matter", panelists will follow up on our past conversation discussing illustration’s role in the cultural conversation and the place of the illustrator within it. Moderated by Richie Pope, with Odera Igbokwe, Cathy ...
An Evening with Tom Hart and Carol Tyler Carol Tyler discusses her masterpiece "SOLDIER’S HEART: The Campaign to Understand My WWII Veteran Father, A Daughter’s Story", a sophisticated graphic masterpiece that explores the damaging effects of war and the toll it can take on families.
Tom Hart's "ROSALIE ...
Hall of Fame Recipient Murray Tinkelman In 2013, illustrator Murray Tinkelman was inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame.
On January 30th, we lost a legend in the industry. We are deeply saddened to lose our colleague, mentor, educator, illustrator and friend Murray Tinkelman. ...
How To Babysit a Leopard: And other true stories from the travels of Ted and... Have you ever had to babysit a leopard cub? Gone to the bathroom while a hippo nudges the door? Been mugged by a band of baboons or woken up in the middle of the night to fine a cane rat ...
Locust Moon's Prometheus Eternal In September of this year, Philadelphia small press Locust Moon teamed with the Philadelphia Museum of Art to produce a very unusual comics project. PROMETHEUS ETERNAL is a comic book companion to an exhibition which explores artwork historically connected to ...
The Journey of the Penguin To celebrate 80 years of Penguin Books, this charming picture book, The Journey of the Penguin, tells the imagined story of the penguin who waddled his way into history as the symbol of a beloved publisher. In conversation will be ...

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