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Nick Galifianakis

Nick Galifianakis is an animation character designer and cartoonist with The Washington Postwhose nationally syndicated work accompanies the must-read advice column by Carolyn Hax, named by Time magazine as America’s best advice column.
 
A two-time Reuben Award winner, he is also the author of “If You Loved Me, You’d Think This Was Cute: Uncomfortably True Cartoons About You,” a collection of his cartoons, and co-author of “The Art of of Richard Thompson,” along with illustration historian, David Apatoff, and “Calvin and Hobbes” creator, Bill Watterson

 

Shows

Sunday at the Exhibition Hub

Goods Shed, MacDonagh Junction

In the Frame: The Art and Joy of Visual Storytelling with Nick Galafianakis, Sarah Andersen, Dave Coverly, Aliki Theofilopolous, Marie Thorhauge, Teny Issakhanian

Cleere's Theatre Bar

Saturday at the Exhibition Hub

Goods Shed, MacDonagh Junction

The Art of The New Yorker with Carter Goodrich and Peter de Seve  SOLD OUT

Cleere's Theatre Bar

Between them, Carter and Peter have been responsible for more than 50 covers for the The New Yorker Magazine. Come and see this hugely entertaining and illuminating chat exploring the inspiration, techniques, perils and pitfalls of coming up with the iconic images that sometimes reflect the very psyche of a nation in chassis (as well […]

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Friday at the Exhibition Hub

Goods Shed, MacDonagh Junction