New Lectures available to view online!
Award-winning illustrator Edel Rodriguez will discuss his career as both a freelance illustrator and art director at TIME.
Join Rick Meyerowitz as he interviews fellow National Lampoon illustrators Sam Gross, Ed Subitzky and Stan Mack on the release of his new book "Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Writers and Artists Who Made the National Lampoon Insanely Great".
New Yorker cartoonist Liza Donnelly moderates a panel discussion with colleagues Roz Chast, Drew Dernavich, Zach Kanin and Barbara Smaller.
Illustrator Jules Feiffer discusses his career as a cartoonist, playwright, screenwriter and children's book author and illustrator.
Pioneering artist Gary Baseman talks about the work process behind his painting and his memorable characters and toys which have evolved into live performance.
Known for his economical style of illustration that conveys complex ideas and emotion with simple line and color, Stephen Savage takes us through his career in children's book illustration with the release of his latest book The Fathers Are Coming Home.
Hanuka, Shimizu and Weber examine their new found artistic voices through personal mythologies, broken narratives and remixed identities.
Legendary designer and illustrator Milton Glaser comments on the opportunities for social intervention.
Lectures are free and available to view on the Society's website. Past lectures can be found in the Lecture Archive.