From Hollywood Soapbox, May 23, 2012, “Tribeca Review: ‘Every Tuesday: A Portrait of The New Yorker Cartoonists'”
From San Francisco Gate, May 23, 2012, “‘The Kugelmass Episode’ at City Arts & Lectures” (scroll down for R. Chast content)
From European Cartoon Center, May 23, 2012, “Women Cartoonists by Liza Donnelly in Genva”
From Humor Times, May 23, 2012, “Insight on Cartoonists: Nick Downes”
From Fosters.com, March 6, 2012, “Cartoonist to talk at Noble on March 6” — John Klossner speaks today at the Noble High School, North Berwick, Maine.
From newyorker.com, March 6, 2012, a video of the recent Big Story event, “The Future of Funny,” featuring panelists Emily Flake, Farley Katz, Drew Dernavich and Zachary Kanin, with moderator, David Remnick.
From Spin, “Ward Sutton’s Most Memorable Encounter With The Monkees’ Davy Jones”
From newyorker.com, two items of interest:
Bob Mankoff continues his series of My First OK. Last week it was Mick Stevens, this week it’s Jack Ziegler’s turn with the post “The Journey of a Thousand Cartoons”.
And, on March 5th, The New Yorker’s Editor, David Remnick moderates a panel discussion with cartoonists, Emily Flake, Drew Dernavich and Farley Katz
From Mick Stevens’ site mickstevens.com, October 24, 2011, this illustrated song
And a reminder that Peter Steiner has a brand new blog, Hopeless but not Serious, wherein he posts daily energetic graphic swipes at politics, politicians, etc..
Finally: The 15th annual New Yorker Cartoon Issue hits the stands today. It features a wonderful cover by George Booth, and includes color work by the likes of Mark Alan Stamaty, Emily Flake, Zach Kanin, and Roz Chast. There’s a b&w spread of work by the late Leo Cullum, and The Funnies, where you’ll find drawings by Jack Ziegler, Lee Lorenz, Bruce Eric Kaplan, and more. There’re a handful of cartoonists sprinkled among the ads as well (Marisa Acocella Marchetto, Danny Shanahan, and Liza Donnelly).
This October, The School of Visual Arts will honor Edward Sorel with its Masters Series Award and a retrospective exhibition. For all the info, click here to visit the SVA site.
Also at SVU, Rachel Loube’s film, Every Tuesday: The Work and Community of The New Yorker Cartoonists will be screened (details here). The film includes glimpses of a number of cartoonists at lunch (and some lengthier segments featuring a handful of cartoonists in their studios). Appearing in the film are, among others, Bob Eckstein, Sydney Harris, Farley Katz, Drew Dernavich, Liza Donnelly, Sam Gross, Zachary Kanin, Emily Flake, Tom Hachtman, Felipe Galindo (Feggo), Matthew Diffee, David Borchart, and Warren Miller.
Note: Both of the above events brought to my attention via The New Yorker’s website, newyorker.com