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27 February 2023

The Cartoon Museum Conference 2023

Just a reminder that this is today...and there are still tickets available

Tickets can now be booked (here) for the Cartoon Museum conference 2023. As it says here...

Join us at Cartoon Conference 2023 for ideas and inspiration for how you can use your skills to survive and thrive as an artist. Learn from industry experts and specialists.

Speakers include (we will add more details to the line up as we have them):

Posy Simmonds - Renowned for her witty satire, Posy has published numerous books for both adults and children and most recently won the Lakes Comic Art Festival Sergio Aragones Award.

Andy Oliver - Editor in Chief and site owner of the go-to site for comics fans: Broken Frontier. He champions small press, alternative comics and self-published comics and co-organises the UK's Small Press Day.

Society of Authors - 'Negotiating with publishers' - Join Nicola Solomon, Chief Executive of the SoA and discover phrases that are guaranteed to make money, how to get funding and negotiate, following the money and getting out when things go wrong.

Association of Illustrators - 'Publishing Contracts Masterclass' The AOI will guide you through copyright, contracts, rights, advances, royalties and important clauses to watch out for.

Sarah Akinterinwa - The first black British woman to be a New Yorker cartoonist, and creator of Oyin and Kojo. Her work is currently showing at The Cartoon Museum..

Shazleen Khan - A London based Illustrator specialising in Comics and Narrative work and creator of webcomic Buuza!

Jemma Webster Sharp -“Jemma's an exciting artist, with a pointillist style of rendering horrific sexual imagery, often in proximity to uncomprehending girlhood, reminiscent of eary Renee French or Melinda Gebbie”

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