Society of Illustrators Inc New York
July 2013 News and Events
July 2013 News and Events
July 2013 News and Events
July, 2013 The Society will be closed on Thursday, July 4th.
A Conversation with Bob Fingerman and Frank Conniff
Illustration by Bob Fingerman
July 10, 2013
6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Wild Things Barbecue
Nothing tame about this! Yum!
Illustration by John Cuneo
July 24, 2013
7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Dare 2 Draw
July 25, 2013
6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Illustration by Joan Chiverton
July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
6:30-9:30 p.m. Admission: $15 Student/Senior: $7
Live Music on Tuesdays!
*Special Event Sketch Night
Illustration by Tara Pemba
See how the Society is making a difference this summer and how you
The Art of Eric Fowler
Illustration by Eric Fowler
On display July 9 – August 17, 2013 in the Members Gallery
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©The Estate of Maurice Sendak
A Celebration of the Artist and His Work
Through August 17, 2013
We are proud to present Maurice Sendak: A Celebration of the Artist and His Work, an extraordinary exhibit of more than two hundred never-before-seen Sendak originals curated by rare-book dealers Justin G. Schiller and Dennis M. V. David.
Illustration by Henry Patrick Raleigh
Henry Patrick Raleigh: A Giant From the Era of the Golden Age of American Illustration
On display in the Third Floor Hall of Fame Gallery
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) was one of the most prolific illustrators of all time. His works appeared in numerous publications including San Francisco Examiner, Journal, New York World, and The Saturday Evening Post. He became famous for his illustrations of high society which appeared in a series of Maxwell House Coffee advertisements, and was a star among his peers during the Golden Age of American Illustration (1900-1930). Among his many awards were the Shaw Prize for Illustration at the Salmagundi Club in 1916 and the Gold Medal for Advertising Art in America in 1926. He was elected to the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame in 1982. Learn more.
Bob Fingerman is the award-winning, Eisner-nominated, internationally published creator of comics and graphic novels such as Beg the Question,
You Deserved It, White Like She and Recess Pieces, as well as the novels Bottomfeeder and Pariah. In Bottomfeeder, Fingerman took on the vampire genre, tossing away the typical gothic and romantic trappings in favor of telling the down to earth story of a working class Queens-bred vampire. In his graphic novel, From the Ashes, he pitted he and his wife, Michele, against the mutant-rich post-apocalyptic ruins of New York City. His most recent offering is the massive Maximum Minimum Wage, from Image Comics.
Illustration by Gregory Benton
MoCCA Arts Festival Award Winners
Through July 6, 2013
The Society of Illustrators is excited to announce the inaugural MoCCA Arts Festival Awards of Excellence. This award recognizes the most outstanding work on view at the festival. This year’s winners are Gregory Benton (B+F), Kim Ku (Ghost Hotel), Jane Mai (Sunday in the Park with Boys), Nick Offerman (Revenant), Kenan Rubenstein (Last Train to Old Town), (Andrea Tsurumi (Andrew Jackson Throws a Punch) and Honorable Mention to Simon Arizpe (OHaBEAR). Learn more.
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Become a Volunteer! “The Piper’s” Cops and Robbers YOW! It’s September. Time for beginnings, contemplation, classes. Ann Randolph’s nationally acclaimed
Exclusive discounts to THE FLICK at BST while they last! Musical guest announced for TJ AND DAVE- Town
Home-sweet-home turns into a haunted house for 13-year-old Chris when Carol—her stepmother from hell—moves in. Struggling with the recent death
on behalf of the theatre industry in Chicago. We offer you amazing half-price deals, an incredible choice of shows, and
Advance Access to The Lion King
Temporary Museum Closing Right After Labor Day Immediately following Labor Day, the museum will be closed from Tuesday, September 8
JOIN US THIS WEEK! RECOMMENDED! “The Universal Wolf is an amusing fractured fairy tale.” Chicagocritic.com, Jacob Davis “3 out
Theatrical Outfit nominated for 24 Suzi Bass Awards! Memphis receives 13 out of Theatrical Outfit’s 24 record-breaking Suzi Bass Award
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The target for our summer fundraising appeal was $50,000 and we are just a precious few donations away from reaching that
Staged with a large Greek chorus and half masks, Euripides’ most poetically beautiful, as well as thematically difficult, play is
For the past few years, Aaron has been working closely with STOMP alum Michelle Dorrance as a co-composer and collaborative
Join us for diverse music-themed programs this month at The CJM, with Amy Winehouse, Steve Reich, Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell,
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Chicago Jazz Festival, September 3-6, 2015, Millennium Park, Chicago Cultural Center, FREE Admission Parking Information Park right below the
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YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THE OPENING RECEPTION Wednesday, September 9, 2015 6 – 8 p.m. Global Citizen: The Architecture