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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Scott McCloud

Good news Bay Area, on August 23rd, Scott McCloud will bring his 50 State book tour to the The Cartoon Art Museum. Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like he will be doing any of his lecture material, but an informal question and answer session is better than nothing. Actually when I checked Scott's site last month this stop wasn't even listed. If you want to go, make your reservations asap.

I just noticed Scott is also appearing at Comic Relief on August 19th and August 22nd at Inforum. Any news anyone might have about these events would be appreciated. Damn I wish he was doing a public lecture in NorCal:

"The Making Comics 50 State Tour:
An Evening with Scott McCloud

Thursday, August 23, 2007
7:00 - 9:00pm

$5 General Admission, FREE for Cartoon Art Museum Members
Please call (415) CAR-TOON, ext. 314 for reservations

To celebrate the HarperCollins release of Making Comics, author and comics scholar Scott McCloud and his family are visiting all 50 states (plus a country or three) from September 2006 to September 2007. The Cartoon Art Museum is proud to host the award-winning cartoonist for a special appearance on Thursday, August 23, 2007. McCloud will take part in an informal Question-and-Answer session beginning at 7:00pm with a booksigning to follow.

Admission to this event is $5 for the general public and free for members of the Cartoon Art Museum. Seating is limited. Please call (415) CAR-TOON, ext. 314 for reservations."


Anonymous Andrew Farago said...

We've still got room at the CAM event. Yes, it isn't the full-on PowerPoint presentation, but Scott's a really entertaining speaker and it should be a lot of fun nonetheless. Call (415) CAR-TOON, ext. 314 to make a reservation.

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