Panel Borders: The art of Karrie Fransman
March 10, 2011
— Newspaper comics
The art of Karrie Fransman
Partially broadcast 10th March 2011 on Resonance 104.4 FM
Continuing our month of shows looking at newspaper comics, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist Karrie Fransman about her work which has been serialised in The Guardian and The Times. Karrie started her comics career making self published autobiographical titles and these transferred to the G2 in 2008 as a weekly strip followed by a more ambitious David Lynch inspired full page comic in Times2 a year later. Alex and Karrie talk about all these projects as well as her mentoring of interns at the London Print Studio and her forthcoming graphic novel The House that Groaned being published by Random House.
For more info about this podcast and a variety of formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org
Links: Karrie’s website
London Print Studio Comics Collective blog
Interview with Karrie Fransman on University of York Student Website
Karrie’s Twinkle Toes serial from The Girly Comic
London Comic and Small Press Expo March 12th, 2011
“The capital’s Bohemian comic show” brings you “all the best that the Indie, Small Press and Web Comix world has to offer.” – David Hine and Shaky Kane will be talking about their work and exhibitors include Yuri Kore, Timothy Winchester, David O’Connell, Sarah McIntyre, Hugh Raine, Luke Pearson, Edward Ross, Rob Jackson, Dan Berry, Douglas Noble and many more…
Goldsmiths University, New Cross, London
March 12, 2011- 10am to 5pm – more info: www.thefallenangel.co.uk
Comica Conversation: Lorenzo Mattotti and Dave McKean
Mattotti and McKean discuss their visionary approaches to comics with Paul Gravett in the first of this year’s Comica events.
Tickets only £3, bookable online.
Great Hall, Goldsmiths University, New Cross, London
March 12, 2011 – 6pm to 7.30pm – more info: www.comicafestival.com
Laydeez do comics: Art and other disciplines
The March 2011 Laydeez do comics meeting features a variety of guests who have an interest in comics and other media / disciplines…
Woodrow Phoenix Comics artist, writer and illustrator. Creator of graphic novel Rumble Strip and developed cartoons on the Cartoon Network.
Jo Tyler: Lecturer and Programme Co-ordinator for Radio Production at Bournemouth University
Ros Archer Camberwell drawing course artist who combines comics and sculpture and previously studied Biochemistry at Oxford!
plus the continuing fortunes of London Print Studios interns mentored by Karrie Fransman
Monday 21st March 2011, 6.30 – 9.30pm
The Rag Factory, Heneage Street, off Brick Lane, London
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