The lost art of political cartooning
One of our country’s greatest forms of political expression is on life support. American political cartooning stretches all the way back to Revolutionary days and reached its peak during the ‘60s and ‘70s. But several factors have contributed to its demise. Is there any hope this trend can be reversed?
I love this idea.
Sounds great. Political cartooning was, and still is, a true art form.
Scott Crawford commented
What can I say that Adam won't mock, ridicule or make sport of?
AdminRyan Boyles (Admin, Ignite Raleigh) commented
Great topic, thanks for submitting your idea. Good luck Adam!
Lawrence Stout commented
I'd like to see Adam speak on this topic. And not just for the opportunity to heckle him, either.
Of course, I'd like to see examples of his cartoons and work by those who inspired him as part of his presentation.
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Marx Myth commented
Adam has built a stellar reputation as a creative thinker, illustrator, and artist, both locally and nationally...I would love to hear and see what he has to say.
Toby Roan commented
Go for it, Adam!
Shane Johnston commented
Great topic. Great speaker. Where are the great political cartoonists, anyway?