Thursday, May 10, 2007

Cartoonists' Panel Q&A June 10, 2007

Time & place: Long Island Museum Sunday, June 10, 2007 from 2pm to 3pm.

From the press release:

Whether you enjoy cartoons, or want to be a cartoonist yourself, this is a rare opportunity to meet three working professional cartoonists who live in Long Island. They'll talk about the business of cartooning, as well as post-war Long Island suburban life.

Archie Comics are created right here in Long Island. STAN GOLDBERG, the principle ARCHIE artist, drawing over 200 issues (and counting) of the flagship title, will attend.

THE LOCKHORNS co-creator BUNNY HOEST will talk about the process of writing the feature which appears in 500 newspapers including Newsday. The award winning newspaper panel, which started in 1968, was initially titled THE LOCKHORNS OF LEVITTOWN.

Magazine cartoonist MIKE LYNCH's clients include Reader's Digest, The Wall Street Journal, Playboy and other publications. He's the chair of the National Cartoonists Society Long Island chapter (the "Berndt Toast Gang").

There will be a meet and greet afterward.

1 comment:

Mark Anderson said...

This would be so much fun, I wish I could be there!