Exhibitions

Drawn-Out Stories: Art of Graphic Novels

What?
Original art by internationally recognized Canadian artists 
Chester Brown, Julie Doucet, Ho Che Anderson
and 
Michel Rabigliati
; contemporary and historical graphic 
novels from the Toronto Public Library, loaned items from
The Beguiling (Toronto), Drawn & Quarterly (Montreal) 
and Fantagraphics (Seattle).

"Drawn Out Stories will feature original cartoon artwork, 
as well as illuminated manuscripts, fresco cycles and print 
series, in order to examine the history of the graphic novel, 
which proves that Canadians not only have great taste in comics, 
they also really know how to rock a public library."
Steven Bergson 

When?
Jan 22-Mar 20
Mon-Thurs 10-8
Fri-Sat 10-5
Sun 1:30-5

 

Where?
Toronto Public Library
TD Gallery
789 Yonge Street, Toronto M4W 2G8
T: answerline 416 393 7131
Email: cbarbour@tpl.toronto.on.ca
Website: www.torontopubliclibrary.ca

In NYC from now until April 6, 2005

 

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Posted by Janice Biebrich

Last Updated January 13/05