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Robert Gordon’s WHERE DO TOONS COME FROM?


Saturday, June 29th, 2013 from 11am to 1pm
Free, all ages welcome!

Join us for a unique cartooning workshop for all ages on Saturday, June 29, 2013 as cartoonist and educator Robert Gordon asks the burning question, “Where do toons come from?” The workshop is free of charge, but advance registration is requested: http://guestli.st/169185


In this engaging class, Robert Gordon will take you through his “Cartoon a Day” method to having more fun in your world by watching it, listening to it, and then turning it into a cartoon.  All ages are welcome.

Robert Gordon is an architecture and design educator based in Chicago and Paris, and is an architect and urbanist, a blogger, and cartoonist.  He is an energetic civic activist who has drawn the proceedings of most every meeting he’s ever attended.  The Cartoon Art Museum will provide basic drawing materials for students, although attendees are encouraged to bring sketchbooks, fountain pens, felt tip pens of various sizes, and prismacolor markers.

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Comments

Comment from Rachel
Time June 24, 2013 at 2:14 am

I am an instructor at the UC Berkeley Extension and I would like to take my class of 25 students to this event – is there room for all of us for this Saturday? Please let me know! Thank you – Rachel

Comment from skashar
Time June 24, 2013 at 9:14 pm

Rachel, I have sent you a response via email. Our scheduled classes are for individuals. If you want to schedule a class for your group, please visit:
http://cartoonart.org/education/#toursfieldtrips
for more options for group visits and classes.