Liza Donnelly, Peter Kuper and Jules Feiffer (who will appear via Skype) will speak this weekend at the 2015 AAEC convention. Details here.
Sam Gross and Arnie Levin will appear in conversation with Richard Gehr, the author of I Only Read It For the Cartoons (Sept.15 at The Wasserman Jewish Studies Center). Details here.
Ink Spill’s Fave Photo of the Day (courtesy of Joe Dator):
Liam Walsh, Ben Schwartz and Joe Dator working on a podcast (a link to the podcast will be posted here once there’s a link to post)
Richard Gehr, author of I Only Read It For the Cartoons will speak at The New York Public Library on April 15th. The book is a collection of interviews with a bevy of the magazine’s artists including Sam Gross, Lee Lorenz, and Arnie Levin.
All the details here
Richard Gehr, author of I Only Read It For the Cartoons, will be in conversation with New Yorker cartoon maestro Edward Koren on March 26th at The New School. Details here.
New Yorker cartoonist trivia: James Thurber once lived at 65 West 11th Street, a space now occupied by the New School building
Update: This event postponed.
Richard Gehr, author of I Only Read It For The Cartoons, will be in conversation with Arnie Levin and Sam Gross tomorrow at Baruch College. Details here (scroll down for the event).
Attempted Bloggery takes a close look at The New Yorker’s 2nd issue (above: Al Frueh’s cover). Go see.
And over at A Case For Pencils, Ben Schwartz shares his tools of the trade. Link here!
From left to right: Richard Gehr (author of I Only Read It For the Cartoons), Lee Lorenz, Sam Gross, Arnie Levin, and Victoria Roberts at The School of Visual Arts on December 11th. If you didn’t make it to the event last week, you are now able to watch most of it here .
Felipe Galindo posted the below photo taken at The New Yorker’s holiday party. It’s posted here with his permission.
Left to right: David Borchart, Felipe Galindo, Charlie Hankin, Farley Katz, Liana Finck, Corey Pandolph, Chris Weyant, Ben Schwartz, Joe Dator (waving), and Drew Dernavich (bent over in the foreground).