The Cartoon Art Museum to celebrate the work and lasting impact of legendary comic creators Will Eisner and Jack Kirby as part of Will Eisner Week.
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Free one-day symposium presented in conjunction with San Francisco Comic-Con to feature a series of talks and workshops for everyone from aspiring cartoonists to professional storytellers.
Saturday, November 19 event benefitting the Cartoon Art Museum to feature voice actors Janet Varney (Korra), John Michael Higgins (Varrick), Mindy Sterling (Lin Beifong), Dante Basco (Zuko), and ‘Avatar: Legacy’ illustrator Dan Parsons.
As it continues its search for a new home, the Cartoon Art Museum teams up with Patreon to help extend its reach to Bay Area and non-local patrons alike.
Five-week workshop for older teens, adults and seniors meets weekly from 7-9pm every Thursday in March in the Cartoon Art Museum’s temporary educational space in the Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center.
‘Frankie Comics’ creator to serve as first artist in a series of traveling Cartoonist-in-Residence events throughout San Francisco in 2016.
San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum continues to offer innovative educational programs, events and exhibitions during its search for a new home.
The Cartoon Art Museum celebrates its final days at the Museum’s current location with a party, artists, libations, giveaways, raffle prizes and other surprises.
Beloved cartoon voice actor from the original ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ animated series and the cult-classic animated series ‘The Tick’ will be at the Cartoon Art Museum for a meet-and-greet on Saturday, July 18.
Exhibition of costumes and props from popular Marvel Studios films including ‘Iron Man’ and ‘The Avengers’ runs through June 28.
Week-long series of events presented by the California College of the Arts, the Cartoon Art Museum, Academy of Art University and the San Francisco Public Library runs Sunday, May 3 through Saturday, May 10.
Presented in conjunction with the first-ever San Francisco Comics Fest, free Cartoon Art Museum event to include special guests Mark Bode, Paul Mavrides, Ted Richards, Susan Stern and Ron Turner.
Searching for a new long-term home, the Cartoon Art Museum will be closing its doors at 655 Mission Street on Sunday, June 28.
Cartoonist, illustrator and storyboard artist Geoff Vasile to be featured at the Cartoon Art Museum beginning April 11 through June 28, 2015.
Exhibition to feature concept art and puppets from the upcoming film, and will be on view September 26, 2014 through February 1, 2015.
As part of its ongoing Cartoonist-in-Residence program, animation artist Alina Chau will be at the Cartoon Art Museum to discuss her work on May 10.