R. Sikoryak and R.O. Blechman
September 24 07:00PM – 08:00PM
R.O. Blechman and R. Sikoryak are two multifaceted artists who have achieved international acclaim in the fields of animation, illustration and cartooning. Their literary comics have been featured in The New Yorker, RAW and Humbug, among others. Talking Lines collects a decade’s worth of Blechman’s comics, including The Juggler of Our Lady(1953), which was the first full-length graphic novel by a contemporary cartoonist. Sikoryak’s Masterpiece Comics collects 20 years of his comic adaptations of the classics, culled from anthologies such as Drawn & Quarterly, RAW and Hotwire.
The Strand, 828 Broadway (at 12th St.), New York, NY. 10003-4805
Guy Delisle, R. Sikoryak, R.O. Blechman, Adrian Tomine, Gabrielle Bell and Ron Rege Jr!
Saturday, September 12th at 7pm!
“For the third year in a row, D+Q will be exhibiting at the Brooklyn Book Festival. The festival has kindly invited Guy Delisle (Burma Chronicles, Pyongyang, Shenzhen) to be a special guest on the festival’s international stage, which will mark Delisle’s first-ever NYC event. D+Q cartoonists in attendance will be R. Sikoryak (Masterpiece Comics), R. O. Blechman (Talking Lines), Adrian Tomine (Shortcomings), Gabrielle Bell (Cecil & Jordan In New York) and Ron Rege Jr. (Skibber Bee Bye, Against Pain). To celebrate such a momentous gathering of D+Q cartoonists as well as toast to the company’s 20th Anniversary, please join us for cocktails at the Brooklyn purveyor of fine comics, Rocketship, on Saturday evening.”
Rocketship, 208 Smith Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201-6437
Name: R. Sikoryak, Todd Alcott, Michael Kupperman, Megan Montague Cash, Neil Numberman, Sabrina Jones, Danny Hellman
Date(s): May 28, 2009
Description: Thursday, May 28
New York, NY, 8 PM – “Carousel” slide show at Dixon Place
Cartoonist R. Sikoryak presents “Carousel,” a cartoon slide show, which he has hosted for over a decade, featuring Todd Alcott, Michael Kupperman, Megan Montague Cash, Neil Numberman, Sabrina Jones, Danny Hellman and more. Admission is $15.
Location: Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002