- And, of course, a huge thank you to all the #cartoonists who sent in more fantastic work for us to display 🖼️🤩Without you, the walls would be empty!Aaaaand relax…The 2020 Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival exhibition at Bear Steps Art Gallery until 4pm today. The theme is ‘Vision’ - eyes by @SteadmanArt 🤩The exhibition ends at 4pm today so not long left to get down to @TheBearSteps #gallery for one last chuckle! 😂😂😂Don't forget to check out upstairs! Along with #vision2020 is a second exhibition called ‘No-one saw it coming’.The 2020 Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival exhibition at Bear Steps Art Gallery until 31st of October. The theme is ‘Vision’ - eyes @DrawnByCarol 🤩
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Many of the activities in the square are focussed on the drawn end of cartoons; gags, jokes and caricatures, but the festival is not exclusively about cartooning with pen on paper. Every year we have a workshop for those interested … Continue reading
The Cartoon Rights Network International is a human rights organisation fighting for the protection of creative, personal and human freedoms of cartoonists around the world. Terry Anderson is a board member and broke away from his drawing duties in the … Continue reading
Local interest and engagement with the Cartoon Festival has now grown to a point where independent Fringe activities are offered. Pip Bayley ran ‘Art Squad Anarchy’, a relaxed evening of life drawing, cabaret and burlesque performance. Artists of all abilities … Continue reading
The festival began proper on Friday evening with a talk held at the Lion Hotel by Private Eye regular Tony Husband. ‘Take Care, Son’ is a book he produced documenting his father Ron’s experience of Alzheimer’s disease. Tony spoke powerfully … Continue reading
Of course not. So, here’s some random ones, chosen at random. Just cos we like ’em.