The St Cloud Area/Rice Cartoonist Conspiracy will be meeting tomorrow in the VAS Littlecrow Main Studio at 12287 15th Avenue, NW, Rice MN. 320-492-0475 from 5pm to 8pm. Call 320-492-0475 or email email@example.com for directions, because Google Maps WILL fail you. I am working with Thom S. (not to be confused with my sidekick slave-boy thom at the VAS Littlecrow New Hope Studio) to bring the meeting to a less remote location. Wish us luck.
I will debuting a new performance art piece at Patrick’s Cabaret. It’s going to involve cartooning, me making fun of anime and I’ll probably dress like a strumpet.
Dates 10 September 2010 and 11 September 2010
Time 8:00 PM-10:00 PM
Location 3010 Minnehaha Ave
Necessary Hazards of Being/Open Call Cabaret
Sylvia Shourek- Dance
Robert Baril- Comedy
Bob Ronson- Monologue/Mixed Media
Alanna Morris- Dance
The Nerk Twins- Comedy/Mixed Media
Vas Littlecrow- Performance Art
For ticket info go to the box office: http://www.patrickscabaret.org/visitors/tickets.shtml
Buy them for $8 by calling 320-492-0475 or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Could you please buy Bahktale Vasquez Hates Camello #1 and #2 at IndyPlanet?Â Issue #3 is coming soon, and will be making its official debut at Fallcon.Â Thank you kindly.
I’ll have a new issue of Dynamite Pilot for Fall-Con. You may ask, what’s new with the series? First and foremost, I’ve gone to ALL COLOR COMICS. No more black and white for me. I’ve even went back and colored Issue #1. The plot? Check out the cover (titillating, no?) and read the book. Pre-orders are being taken; 36 page Graphic Novel bound, full color, $10.
In addition to our table of comics from the group, Chuck will be leading a panel Friday evening at 7:30 on our comic convention proposal; Paul, Pete, Jamie, and Bram will present the Comics Collaboration panel Saturday morning at 10:00; and Jeff will share his theatrical set design experience Sunday morning at 10:00.
We’ll also continue our tradition of creating another live rat drawing to be raffled off on Sunday night, with the winner to be drawn as the final rat; tickets available at the table.
At long last, the first half of the epic is in its final printed version. This includes all 6 issues of my first comic book ever, which I started in high school. If you missed where Maxeem came from, this is a good starter. If you are already a fan/nemesis, here is an opportunity to get a personal copy and study my bizarre thought process!
Come by my little station at MIX to hold, touch and smell a copy of the book in person.
Although this week’s jam is coinciding with tonight’s Precious Little Film Festival, there will still be a jam for those that show up. Paper will be supplied and can be obtained by the barista after 5:30 PM.
Join the St. Paul Cartoonist Conspiracy Cell and create a jam comic at Cahoots Coffee! This locale provides us with not only a spacious room in the back of the shop, but also they have tasty mediterranean food for sale!
The jamming is easy and it’s a fun time! Just bring some drawing utensils, an idea for the jam, and a few bucks to get a tasty beverage or some chow — don’t forget to tip, the baristas really do appreciate that!
The jam will start promptly at 6:30 and run until 10:30 at the latest. Come earlier to reserve your space! Seating can be limited at times!
The meetings are open to anyone who wants to draw with us, and the results will be posted here at some date yet to be determined.
To join us come to:
1562 Selby Ave
St Paul, MN 55104
(Southeast corner of Snelling and Selby)
More not than often we head on over to grab a brew at:
O’Gara’s Bar and Grill
164 Snelling Ave N
St. Paul, MN 55104
(Right next to Cahoots!)
John Rogers — amusing blogger and professional writer (in comics: “Blue Beetle,” “Zombie Tales,” on TV: “Leverage” and “Jackie Chan Adventures,” in the movies: “Transformers,” “Catwoman,” “The Core”) — is looking for some help. Here’s the post:
Yes, I’m about to do something magnificently stupid. In preparation, if you’re a comic artist looking to do a 6-8 page story that might turn into something more, let’s see some links in the comments. Individual artists, studios, what have you. And tell your friends.
[Note: Please go over to John’s blog and leave your info there.]