Cartoons - will they survive the digital age? Panel Discussion

Location: 

New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Shed 11 (Customhouse Quay, opposite Johnstone St)

Start date: 

18 August 2017

End date: 

18 August 2017

Hours of admission: 

5.30 - 7.00 pm

Cost of admission: 

$25

The Friends of Te Papa are hosting a special event at the Portrait Gallery in support of our next exhibition Ludicrous Likenesses: The Fine Art of Caricature marking the 25th anniversary of the New Zealand Cartoon Archive.  Gallery Friends and supporters are warmly invited to attend. 

Do come along and join in the festivities with a relaxing glass of wine and refreshments followed by an entertaining discussion on Cartoons – will they survive the digital age?  The discussion panel includes well-know columnist Jane Clifton, award-winning cartoonist Toby Morris, cartoon historian Ian Grant, and Ian Fraser as moderator.

Tickets ($25 / $10 students) are available from the Friends of Te Papa.  For further information or to make a booking, please contact the Friends of Te Papa at (04) 381-7051 or click on:https://www.friendsoftepapa.org.nz/event/cartoons-will-they-survive-the-digital-age/

All Are Welcome!

Feature image: John Key: Everyone and no-one by Toby Morris, The Wireless 6 December 2016.