Phil & Kaja Foglio appear at Powell’s City of Books to sign Agatha H. and the Voice of the Castle: A Girl Genius Novel on Wednesday January 21, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
Powell’s City of Books
3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005
The Graphic Artists Guild hosts the 3nd annual Graphic Novel Panel January 26, 2013 at the Seattle Design Center with an after-party at Fantagraphics Bookstore.
Sign up for “Make Your Own Comic in 90 Minutes” in the morning workshop.
Learn the ins and outs of the Graphic Novel in the afternoon.
Sign up for both and get an extra discount.
Mark Monlux, our Moderator for the third year, is an award-winning freelance illustrator and author of The Comic Critic Presents Seldom Seen Films.
Ellen Forney - She won a 2012 Genius award from the Stranger. Her memoir, Marbles, is a current New York Times bestseller and she teaches comics at Cornish College of the Arts. Is there anything that girl can’t do?
Michel Gagné - His creative work can be seen in The Iron Giant, Osmosis Jones, and Ratatouille. He has written and illustrated The Saga of Rex and Insanely Twisted Rabbits. Look for ZED: A Cosmic Tale out in Feb. 2013.
Stefano Gaudiano - was born in Italy in 1966, moved to the United States in 1981, and started drawing comics shortly thereafter. He is currently inking monthly comics for Marvel Comics and Valiant Entertainment. He makes a mean cup of coffee.
Phil & Kaja Foglio - Are the artist and writer of the web comic Girl Genius.
Allen Gladfelter - has had a few brushes with notoriety and is generally pleased with what he’s managed to accomplish. He intends to accomplish more in the years to come. Look him up!
David Lasky -has created a number of critically acclaimed comic books, including a nine page mini-adaptation of Joyce’s Ulysses and Carter Family: Don’t Forget That Song
At Seattle Design Center
10:30 – noon Make Your Own (mini) Comic
In 90 minutes participants are challenged to make their own 8-page mini graphic novel. Cartoonist David Lasky will guide you through the book-constructing and storytelling process. Supplies and basic drawing tips will be provided. Drawing skills are not all necessary; the only prerequisite is a desire to communicate through the medium
12:00 – 1:00 PM Lunch Break-Bring your own or order a box lunch (must pre-order).
1:00 - 3:30 PM Graphic Novel Panel Discussion
How do you get started? What jobs are available in the comics industry? What does it take to create and publish a graphic novel? So many experts in one room!
4:30 – 6:00 PM After Party for all attendees
Books available for purchase and signing
The Preregistration Prices
Student prices: full-time with ID
Make a Comic Workshop- $10
Graphic Novel Panel-$12
Both Make a Comic Workshop and Graphic Novel Panel-$17
Guild member prices:
Make a Comic Workshop-$15
Graphic Novel Panel-$20
Both Make a Comic Workshop and Graphic Novel Panel-$30
Make a Comic Workshop-$20
Graphic Novel Panel-$30
Both Make a Comic Workshop and Graphic Novel Panel-$40
At the Door Prices-Cash or Check only
$5 more for each category
Seattle Design Center -Plaza Building Conference Center, Suite 370
5701 6th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98108
Free parking. The Plaza Building entrance is on Orcas between 5th & 6th. Suite P370 is on three floors up from street level. Take the elevator to first floor, then glass elevator to third floor. From the Atrium Building cross the sky bridge to Plaza Building, take glass elevator to third floor.
Sixth Annual CAM Sketch-a-thon at San Diego Comic-Con International
Cartoon Art Museum Event: Thursday, July 12 through Sunday, July 15, 2012
$10 Suggested donation per sketch
San Francisco, CA: The Cartoon Art Museum is pleased to announce its programming for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International, to be held at the San Diego Convention Center from July 12-15, 2012. This year marks the sixth annual CAM Sketch-a-thon, which features a host of artists donating their time and talents to support the museum in its fundraising efforts. This year’s roster includes professional animators, graphic novelists, newspaper strip cartoonists, political cartoonists, comic book illustrators, webcartoonists, underground cartoonists and self-publishers, providing the Cartoon Art Museum’s booth with one of the most diverse artistic populations at Comic-Con. The National Cartoonist Society’s 2012 Reuben Award Winner Tom Richmond and Walking Dead artist Charlie Adlard are among the artists supporting the Cartoon Art Museum at this year’s event.
Artists will draw for visitors during one-hour sessions at the Cartoon Art Museum’s booth, #1930 on the convention floor. In exchange for a donation of $10 or more to the Cartoon Art Museum, supporters will receive a customized convention sketch from a professional cartoonist. Featured artists include Charlie Adlard, Michael Aushenker, Elijah Brubaker, Carolyn Watson Dubisch, Mike Dubisch, Phil Foglio, Shaenon K. Garrity, Zack Giallongo, Sina Grace, Mike Gray, Klaus Janson, Keith Knight, Jon Macy, Larry Marder, Kraig Rasmussen, Denny Riccelli, Tom Richmond, Dave Roman, Scott Shaw!, Seamus Smith, Raina Telgemeier, Jen Vaughn, Kimo Yancey and Ron Yavnieli, with many more to be announced as the convention approaches. Please stay tuned to our website for an updated list and schedule as additional artists confirm.
Artists who are interested in participating in the CAM Sketch-a-thon should contact Andrew Farago at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Phil and Kaja Foglio sign on Wednesday January 12th at 7pm.
The local authors of popular online comic strip Girl Genius read from their newest book, Agatha H and the Airship City. It’s a steampunky story of adventure and romance.
Third Place Books
6504 20th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 9815