This week, two events are coming to San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum (CAM).]
First on Tuesday March 11th is The World of Tomorrow: An Evening with Tom Tomorrow. This event welcomes the award-winning cartoonist, whose real name is Dan Perkins. He is the creator of This Modern World, which has appeared in over eighty papers nationwide including the San Francisco Bay Guardian and the Village Voice. He will be on hand in discussing his 25 years of alt-weekly cartooning, as well as adventures in both animation and collaborations with rock stars. The event will be held from 7:00 to 9:00. General admission is five dollars, and free for CAM members.
Then on Saturday March 15th, is The Sandman Overture: An Evening with J.H. Williams III. At this event, the Cartoon Art Museum is welcoming acclaimed artist J.H. Williams for the ongoing celebration of the 25th anniversary of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman. He will be on hand discussing his experiences working on the book, and artwork from the first two issues of Sandman will also be on display. The event is from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Tickets are fifteen dollars, with two-for-one admissions for CAM members. There is also a limited number of VIP tickets available for a pre-event dinner with Williams himself. VIP holders will get priority seating at the event, front-of-line privileges at the post-presentation booksigning, and other surprises to be announced later on.
Log on to www.cartoonart.org for more information.