Drawing Us Together Gallery Series

The unique comic format can chronicle—in ways that are succinct and easily comprehensible—how our physical and mental health are shaped by complex American systems, while also conveying inequities inherent throughout these systems. Join us for this workshop, associated with the exhibition Drawing Us Together: Public Life and Public Health in Contemporary Comics.

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Mindfulness Drawing Workshop with Cara Bean

Join cartoonist Cara Bean for an in-person and hands-on visual thinking and mindfulness workshop. Participants will review the basics of communicative and idea-generating drawing and develop skills needed to doodle as a form of play and problem solving.

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Thinking with Comics with Dan Nott

Join comics educator and cartoonist Dan Nott for an all-ages drawing workshop exploring visual metaphor and the unique power of combining words and pictures. Nott will provide an overview of his work and artistic process, and facilitate an activity on using basic drawing to depict complicated ideas and experiences.

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The Quarantine Public Library with Tracy Honn and Katie Garth

Quarantine Public Library is a repository of one-page books made by artists, free for anyone to download, print, and assemble—to keep or give away. Tracy Honn and Katie Garth will present their collaborative project and talk about its origins, reception, and outcomes, as well as their approach and collection curation.

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