ASIFA-Atlanta’s First Annual Gallery Show of Art Inspired by the Golden Age of Comics & Cartoons

golden_age_flyerJohn Kricfalusi, among others, said that the most important qualification for an animator is the ability to draw. If so, you can see how well qualified Atlanta animators are starting this Saturday, when ASIFA-Atlanta will debut its first annual art show of work by its members; the exhibition, featuring work inspired by the Golden Age of Comics and Cartoons, will be at the Eyedrum Gallery (290 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., SE, Suite 8, Atlanta, GA 30312).  The collection will feature contributions from over three dozen artists, the majority of which will also be available for sale. The show has its gala opening on Saturday evening at 8:00 pm; admission is $7.00, but is free for Eyedrum and, ASIFA members.

Author: Harvey Deneroff

Harvey Deneroff is a Los Angeles-based independent animation and film scholar specializing in labor history. He formerly taught at the Savannah College of Art and Design and was editor of Animation Magazine, Animation World Magazine, and Graiffit (published by ASIFA-Hollywood). He is the founder and past president of the Society for Animation Studies.