Here are some installation view from the Gallery 400 group show, Nice Work if You Can Get It. Looks great, don’t it? It’s up until August 9th. (And put our talk—August 7th—on your calendar.)
We’re delighted to be in this great show at Gallery 400 that opened Friday. We’ll be giving a talk on August 7th to be followed by a panel discussion that should be awesome, so keep an eye out for details.
Sadly, the Uri-Eichen show comes down at the end of the week, but unsadly, that means our most popular strip ever is available in print for shipping. From Melissa Mendes and Anne Elizabeth Moore for the Truthout Ladydrawers series “Our Fashion Year,” this strip on Foreign-Trade Zones somehow caught the imaginations of thousands of readers, […]
All images from the Valentine’s Day opening of Our Fashion Year and Other Projects at Uri-Eichen by Christopher Urias. In print! Big, on the wall! Actually all also available right here for purchase! Ha ha this is our good friend Maya and her good friend whose name we forgot. […]
Kaisa Leka did some research into the prizes awarded Finnish comics artists in the last four decades. She writes: I hate it when comics have to be explained, but here’s a translation and explanation I wrote on Facebook: Translation: One hat in the drawing represents six “Puupäähattu” comics prizes awarded to a Finnish artist […]
Helsinki-area comics creator Aino Sutinen came to Anne Elizabeth Moore’s talk at Helsinki’s Comics Center yesterday, which covered her work in Cambodia, Our Fashion Year, and what she does with the Ladydrawers. Sutinen took these great notes. Read them here, and then read the rest of her comics, too.
In a short video spot for Helsingin Sanomat, Anne Elizabeth Moore talks a little bit about the Truthout series Ladydrawers, and in particular the latest series, Our Fashion Year. Watch it here. After it’s over, there’s a far more interesting video of an orangutan baby. Stay tuned!
By Miia Vistilä, see more of her work here: http://amina.sarjakuvablogit.com/
Yhdysvalloissa naiset tienaavat vähemmän kuin miehet – kuten meilläkin. Sarjakuva-alalla ero on suorastaan huikea: naisen dollari on vain 27 senttiä. Tämän sai selville Anne Elizabeth Mooren vetämä Ladydrawers-ryhmä, joka on tutkinut naisten asemaa sarjakuva-alalla yli neljä vuotta. Moore käsikirjoittaa aihepiiristä sarjakuvia, joita ryhmän jäsenet piirtävät. “Sukupuoli on sarjakuva-alalla paljon korkeampi muuri kuin muualla. On vaikea sanoa, mistä kaikesta […]
We were invited to the Sarjakuvakeskus / Comics Center in Helsinki, Finland, to talk about gender and comics AND to do a workshop on same with some amazing comics creators in and around the greater Helsinki area. What we discovered was pretty interesting: that there are some real areas where folks are very clearly concerned […]