Carousel: March 28, 2019 @ Dixon Place

Dixon Place presents

CAROUSEL
Comics Performances and Picture Shows, hosted byR. Sikoryak

Live readings and projected presentations of graphic novels, cartoons, and other visual art, presented by writers, artists, and voice actors.
Featuring: 

Hilary Campbell
Brian Dewan
Abby Jame 
Lisa Lim 
Stephanie Mannheim
Laurie Rosenwald
and more! Special guest voices by M. Sweeney Lawless

Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 7:30 pm
Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street (btwn Rivington & Delancey), NYC

Tickets: $15 (advance),
$18 (at the door),
$12 (students/seniors/idNYC in advance, $15 at the door)

Advance tickets & info: (212) 219-0736
http://dixonplace.org/performances/carousel-03-28-2019/

(The Dixon Place Lounge is open before, during, and after the show. All proceeds directly support DP’s mission and artists.)

BIOS:

Hilary Campbell is both a cartoonist in New York and a New Yorker cartoonist.  www.cartoonsbyhilary.com

Brian Dewan is a visual artist and musician living in the town of Catskill, NY. The filmstrip What Will You Do With Your Freedom was first screened at the Tang Museum in Saratoga NY. He has also shown filmstrips at the Whitney Museum of American art, Modern Art Oxford and the Museum Of Jurassic Technology in Culver City, CA.  briandewan.com

Abby Jame is a cartoonist and illustrator from Katonah, NY. She graduated from Parsons School of Design recently and just published her first book, Emotional Data, with Silver Sprocket in 2019. She did art for Adult Swim once. Follow her projects at  www.abbyjame.com

Lisa Lim is both an artist and a writer. Her art and fiction have appeared in Guernica, PANK, Mutha, and Pen America. Find more of her funny-boned storytelling at lisalimcomics.com.

Stephanie Mannheim is a cartoonist living in Ridgewood, Queens. Her latest comic, Nate the Nonconformist Has a Rival, was published by Birdcage Bottom Books.   www.stephaniemannheim.com

Laurie Rosenwald (@rosenworld) Principal of rosenworld.com and Iron Chef of Encaustic. Author of All the Wrong People Have Self Esteem. Speaks Swedish like a native New Yorker. Played “Woman” on “The Sopranos,” a role she was born to play. Or maybe she’s just an illustrator. 

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