SDCC ’13: Cartoon art Museum Sketch-a-thon

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Lots of TOP artists will be sketching for San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum at booth #1930. There is a suggested $10 donation and that’s CHEEP.

The Cartoon Art Museum is pleased to announce its programming for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International, to be held at the San Diego Convention Center from July 18-21, 2013.  This year marks the seventh annual CAM Sketch-a-thon, which features a host of artists donating their time and talents to support the museum in its fundraising efforts for exhibitions and programming.  This year’s roster includes professional animators, graphic novelists, newspaper strip cartoonists, political cartoonists, comic book illustrators, webcartoonists, underground cartoonists and self-publishers, providing the Cartoon Art Museum’s booth with one of the most diverse artistic populations at Comic-Con.  Featured artists include award-winning graphic novelists Raina Telgemeier (Smile!,Drama) and Gene Yang (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints); Superman artists Jon Bogdanove and Dan Jurgens; best-selling cartoonist Jeffrey Brown (Vader and Son, Vader’s Little Princess); Adventure Time character designer Andy Ristaino; and The Simpsons comic book artist Bill Morrison. 

Artists will draw for visitors during one-hour sessions at the Cartoon Art Museum’s booth, #1930 on the convention floor.  In exchange for a donation of $10 or more to the Cartoon Art Museum, supporters will receive a customized convention sketch from a professional cartoonist.  Featured artists include  Carolyn Watson Dubisch, Mike Dubisch, Phil Foglio, Shaenon K. Garrity, Zack Giallongo, Sina Grace, John Heebink, Debbie Huey, Jon Macy, Kraig Rasmussen, Denny Riccelli, Tom Richmond, Scott Shaw!, Seamus Smith, Jen Vaughnwith many more to be announced as the convention approaches.  

Please stay tuned to our website for an updated list and schedule as additional artists confirm.  A complete schedule will be posted at the Cartoon Art Museum’s booth at Comic-Con International.


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