Monthly Archives: August 2011

Aftermath 1: Plazm Party

Yay us! From the front page of the art/living section: Plazm’s transfusion gives the art and culture ‘zine new money, new energy Barry Johnson / Special to The Oregonian The new Plazm magazine is the heftiest yet, almost 180 pages … Continue reading

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The Father of the Modern Comic Novel: Art Spiegelman and Joe Sacco in Conversation at PNCA

Photo credit: Craig Sietsma “Narrative and pictures are the core of the artistic project these days,” Art Spiegelman told moderator Joe Sacco in front of a hushed crowd at PNCA recently. Part of PNCA’s Focus Week, the evening was held … Continue reading

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