In celebration of Black History Month, and ToonSeum’s newest exhibit Drawn in Black and White: Wee Pals and the Work of Morrie Turner, ToonSeum presents Drawn in Black and White: a panel discussion on African Americans in Cartoons and Comics
Featuring special guests:
- Morrie Turner, legendary creator of the comic strip Wee Pals
- Robb Armstrong, creator of the comic strip Jump Start
- Don Peoples, former editorial cartoonist, freelance illustrator and board member of ToonSeum
There will be a reception honoring Morrie Turner following the panel.
When: February 16th, 3:00pm
Where: ToonSeum, The Theater at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh,10 Children’s Way Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Cost: Admission to the panel discussion and reception are free
To view the exhibit Drawn in Black and White paid admission to the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is required.
Contact: Joe Wos at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-325-1060
Book signings, workshops and demonstrations from 12-3, February 16th.
To learn more about our exhibit and the work of Morrie Turner be sure to view the special feature on WQED's OnQ, Monday February 4th at 7:30 PM
Exhibit and event made possible by: Jean Schulz, The Charles M. Schulz Museum, The Cartoon Art Museum San Francisco, Rose Marie McDaniel, and The ToonSeum Drawing Board
Exhibit Curated by: Don Peoples and Joe Wos
Special Thanks to: Morrie Turner, Robb Armstrong, Don Peoples, Rob Stull, Karol Trachtenberg, Angela Seals, and the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh and its staff.
Logo and design by Behar-Fingal Creative Advertising and Marketing
This is an invitation only, if you wish to be added to the ToonSeum mailing list email email@example.com to join.
Related: Morrie Turner Video Interview