Monday, February 19, 2007

VT Cartoonists Descend on Burlington, Wednesday Night, 2/21!

As promised, a follow up on this week's activities.

Yo, big time in the big town (Vermont's only city!) this week -- Wednesday, to be exact!

James Sturm and I are off to Burlington on the afternoon of February 21st for the Cartoonist’s Panel and Informal Public Cartoon/Comic Critique Session. The evening event will be moderated by James Sturm, Director of the Center for Cartoon Studies and cartoonist/graphic novelist; panelists will include Harry Bliss, Jeff Danziger, Ed Koren and yours truly.

The panel discussion is during the dinner hour, 5:30 pm – 7 pm, followed by an informal public critique session from 7–7:30pm. All this for just $5 at the door; we'll be in the Lorraine B. Good Room at the Firehouse Center.

This will be a special evening, so be there --
  • all the particulars are here, at the Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts site,
  • -- see you up on the second floor at 135 Church Street, next to City Hall in Burlington, VT, 05401.

    Contact info:

    Phone: 802-865-7166

    Contact: Melinda Johns

    Directions: The Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts is located in downtown Burlington next to City Hall on the Church Street Marketplace,
  • and here's a map for those of you not familiar with Burlington who are planning to come!

  • For further information, please contact Idoline Duke, 802-253-8538, Director of Exhibitions, Helen Day Art Center --
  • for more info, including the poop on the current Fine Toon: The Art of Vermont Cartoonists exhibit at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, click here!

  • Upcoming events linked to the exhibit (including my April 17th lecture at the gallery) are cited here.

  • More info tomorrow!

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    Blogger Colin Tedford said...

    Aaargh! Burlington too far for sudden midweek afternoon trip!

    Gotta catch the show in Stowe,at least.

    Blogger SRBissette said...

    Ah, well, sorry. Keene didn't want us, so we had to settle for Burlington, Colin!


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