Graphic Workshop with Joe Sacco


Joe Sacco is one of the leading illustrator/authors in this field, with a long list of awards for his publications. Sacco inserts himself back into his hitness narratives creating both dynamic and reflexive reportings from many contemporary war zones and occupation sites such as Bosnia (The Fixer) and Palestine (Footnotes in Gaza).

 
DateWednesday, September 20, 2017 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Location

The Learning Zone, 122 St. Patrick Street

Graphic storytelling, journalism and non-fiction novels are all the rage. Joe Sacco is one of the leading illustrator/authors in this field, with a long list of awards for his publications. Sacco inserts himself back into his hitness narratives creating both dynamic and reflexive reportings from many contemporary war zones and occupation sites such as Bosnia (The Fixer) and Palestine (Footnotes in Gaza). Having taken on American poverty (Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt) Sacco is currently working on a new book about mineral extraction rights and the Dene First Nations.

You're invited to join the
Graphic Workshop with Joe Sacco:

Wednesday September 20

The Learning Zone (122 St. Patrick Street)

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

 

 OCAD University's Faculty of Art in partnership with Toronto Palestine Film Festival presents: The Kym Pruess Speaker Series: 

Art Creates Change

Joe Sacco in conversation with Leila Abdelrazaq

Wednesday, Septemebr 20

Auditorium, MCA190

8:30 p.m.

*preceded by 7pm book signing and reception, Room 284



Graphic Workshop with Joe Sacco
DateWednesday, September 20, 2017 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Website Location

The Learning Zone, 122 St. Patrick Street

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Graphic storytelling, journalism and non-fiction novels are all the rage. Joe Sacco is one of the leading illustrator/authors in this field, with a long list of awards for his publications. Sacco inserts himself back into his hitness narratives creating both dynamic and reflexive reportings from many contemporary war zones and occupation sites such as Bosnia (The Fixer) and Palestine (Footnotes in Gaza). Having taken on American poverty (Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt) Sacco is currently working on a new book about mineral extraction rights and the Dene First Nations.

You're invited to join the
Graphic Workshop with Joe Sacco:

Wednesday September 20

The Learning Zone (122 St. Patrick Street)

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

 

 OCAD University's Faculty of Art in partnership with Toronto Palestine Film Festival presents: The Kym Pruess Speaker Series: 

Art Creates Change

Joe Sacco in conversation with Leila Abdelrazaq

Wednesday, Septemebr 20

Auditorium, MCA190

8:30 p.m.

*preceded by 7pm book signing and reception, Room 284

Venue & Address: 
The Learning Zone, 122 St. Patrick Street
Graphic Workshop with Joe Sacco
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