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2017_DC_NBF_Peirce_17090261Natl Book Festival 2017 -- Lincoln Peirce (w/Michael Cavna and Roz Chast)
Lincoln Peirce
Lincoln Peirce is a cartoonist and writer from Portland, Maine. His comic strip, “Big Nate,” was syndicated in 1991 and currently appears in over 400 newspapers, including The Washington Post, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He is also the author and...
2017_DC_NBF_ML_AT_17090279Natl Book Festival 2017 -- Mike Lester and Ann Telnaes (w/Michael Cavna, Gene Yang, then Roz Chast)
Mike Lester
Mike Lester is an award-winning editorial cartoonist and illustrator whose work is syndicated by The Washington Post Writers Group. His children’s book “A Is for Salad” (Puffin) was a New York Times best-seller in 2000. In 2012, he created and launched the comic strip “Mike du Jour.” He has...
2017_DC_NBF_Chast_17090251Natl Book Festival 2017 -- Roz Chast (w/Michael Cavna, Ann Telnaes, Mike Lester, then Lincoln Pierce)
Roz Chast
Roz Chast is an award-winning cartoonist whose work has been published in The New Yorker, Scientific American, the Harvard Business Review, Redbook and Mother Jones, among other publications. She studied painting at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she received her Bachelor of Fine...
2019_DC_Eulogy_190412125Politics & Prose -- Roz Chast and Patricia Marx ("Why Don't You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It?") w/Melissa Block
Roz Chast and Patricia Marx - Why Don't You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It?: A Mother's Suggestions — in conversation with Melissa Block
Finding she couldn’t get her mother’s words of wisdom out of her mind, Marx, a long-time writer for The New Yorker, decided to put them in a book. Not just...
2014_DC_Chast_14051391Politics & Prose -- Roz Chast ("Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?")
Roz Chast - Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?
While her style is inimitably her own, Chast’s story of aging parents will resonate with many. In four-color cartoon panels, photos, and text, Chast, a New Yorker contributor since 1978 and the author/illustrator of a dozen books, recounts her...
2009_DC_Chast_090426128Reynolds Center & Washington College -- Roz Chast ("Charles Adams's Boiling Oil")
American Pictures: The American Pictures Distinguished Lecture Series offers a highly original approach to art and portraiture. This series pairs great works of art with leading figures of contemporary American culture. Each American Pictures lecture features an eminent writer, thinker, historian, or...
2011_MD_SPX_Other_11091160Small Press Expo (2011) -- Other
Folks here include Roz Chast, Chester Brown, Dustin Harbin, Ryan Eggensperger, R.M. Rhodes, Keith Knight, Joyce Brabner, John Martz, Richard Thompson, Marguerite Dabaie, ???, Craig Thompson, ???, Kate Beaton, Sarah Glidden, Lisa Hanawalt, ???, Jim Woodring, and Roger Langridge.
2011_MD_SPX_Panel3_11091121Small Press Expo (2011) -- Panel: Roz Chast: From A to Z
Roz Chast: From A to Z:
Since 1978 Roz Chast has contributed her wry, perceptive cartoons to The New Yorker, revealing the frayed, neurotic edges beneath the magazine’s cosmopolitan surface. She has contributed to many perodicals and published several books including Theories of Everything, Too Busy...
2018_MD_SPX_Other_180915135Small Press Expo (2018) -- Other
Folks here include Library of Congress staff (Megan Halsband, Erin Sidwell, Georgia Higley, and Martha Kennedy), Dave McKenna, Cheese Hasselberger, Rafer Roberts, Karen Green, Tom Kaczynski (Uncivilized Books), Mike Jenkins, Michael Cavna, Joe Sutliff, Rebecca Sugar, Nate Powell, Erica Perl, Erin...
2018_MD_SPX_Chast_18091521Small Press Expo (2018) -- Panel: Roz Chast In Conversation
Roz Chast In Conversation
Roz Chast is an artistic polymath. Her humorous single-panel cartoons on the tics and neuroses of everyday life have been entertaining readers of The New Yorker for years. Her first graphic novel, Can We Please Talk About Something A Little More Pleasant? garnered her both the...
2004_DC_SARC_0405068Smithsonian Associates -- Roz Chast
From the online description of the event: At the beginning of the 21st century, we can only be grateful that Roz Chast is here to tackle some of the tough topics of the times—genetically altered mice, birthday parties from hell, and comfort drinks in the age of insecurity. Her cartoons observing the...
2006_DC_SARoz_0611099Smithsonian Associates -- Roz Chast
The Wry Pen of Roz Chast: Since she sold her first cartoon to The New Yorker in 1978, Roz Chast has delighted readers by nailing every idiosyncracy of our strange modern times. Now, just in time for the holiday season, she returns to the Smithsonian with her new book, which spans 27 years of her...
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2020_06_26F5_Lincoln_Protest215DC -- Capitol Hill -- Lincoln Park -- BLM Protest
This was an interesting example of two competing events in the same place. The event I came to attend was this one: Join the Rally and Teach-In for Lincoln Park In a demonstration of solidarity and recognition of the history of Lincoln Park in Washington, D.C. members of the local, regional and nat... (Partially reviewed)
2020_06_03D1_Paint_Storefronts4DC -- Public Art: Paint the Storefronts (Partially reviewed)
2020_06_07A2_Paint_Storefronts29DC -- Public Art: Paint the Storefronts
There are multiple groups painting storefronts now. The Paint the Storefront group was painting on glass only. Now there are ones painting on the plywood. Several of those are included here. I talked with Mel Bieler who said her group was doing Denver Smith Foundation painting on plywood for BLM. T... (Partially reviewed)
2020_06_04C1_Paint_Storefronts3DC -- Public Art: Paint the Storefronts (Partially reviewed)
2020_06_10B2_Paint_Storefronts15DC -- Public Art: Paint the Storefronts (Partially reviewed)
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