Monday, June 21, 2010
Here we are in the witch's mouth at the Enchanted Forest!
Thanks for coming out to the Sister Spit Eurotrash Benefit the other night, Portland. I truly appreciate it and hope you had a nice time.
If you weren't there, then I shall deliver the sad news to you:
The European Tour has been canceled.
Bummer beyond bummers!
The good news was that we paid the performers at the benefit the other night (including Michelle, who very graciously flew up to do the benefit anyway!). The bad news is that I shant be in Europe this November.
Updates as they come!
I have a limited edition copy of Dope Flounder for you, from Free Comic Book Day. I thank you for your patience and am hard at work on new zines now that school is out!
In other news, I'm doing some programs at the Portland Art Museum this summer in conjunction with their R. Crumb Exhibit.
Check it out!
Saturday, July 17
2:00 P - 4:00 P
Prominent Portland-based comic artist Nicole Georges will demonstrate her art in the Schnitzer Sculpture Court and will talk with visitors about the art of comics, graphic novels, and zines.
Free for members or with Museum admission.
Summer Drawing Workshop
Graphic Novels and You
Saturday, August 7
12:00 P - 3:00 P
Delve into the wide world of graphic novels in this interactive, hands-on workshop. Start the experience with a private docent-guided introduction to the R. Crumb exhibition. Then join comic artist Nicole J. Georges, author and illustrator of Invincible Summer, for a discussion of the latest nonfiction graphic novels and the process of creating a graphic novel. Sketch out your own ideas and receive feedback and advice.
$28 members, $35 non-members. Online registration is required. Limit of 12 participants per workshop. For adults and teens age 15 and up.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
PRIDE, PIZZA & POWERPOINTS THIS SATURDAY!
June 19th, 2010
The legendary All Girl/Queer Literary Roadshow, Sister Spit , is having a benefit to help launch our performers across the Atlantic for a European Tour!
Join Hosts Michelle Tea (San Francisco) & Nicole J. Georges (Portland) for a night of comedy, readings, tour stories, comics & film from brilliant local ladies, including
hosts & regales us with readings and stories
Nicole J. Georges
helps MC and shows projects pages from her upcoming graphic novel, Calling Dr. Laura
writer, calligrapher & novice taxidermist will read smutty stories
of the band Dear Nora, telling tour stories & practicing her comic timing
Tara Jane Oneil
local musician, sharing a powerpoint of tour mishaps around the world
bi-city DJ & clothing designer will real tragic & funny autobiographical tales
of the Lesbian Lexicon will share the unscripted story of being "Beautilated"
*Note: Steve Schroeder is the genius behind the phrase "Pizza & Powerpoints"