Help Support the Kenosha Festival of Cartooning!

By Jeremy Meltingtallow


I was lucky enough to be part of the festival in 2011, and it was a blast! Please help my good friend Anne Hambrock by supporting this event! Click the image above to view the video on Indiegogo. (Sorry, the website won’t let me embed the video for some reason.)

From the Kenosha Festival:

The Kenosha Festival of Cartooning is a 3 day festival, in Kenosha Wisconsin, from September 25th through September 27th of 2014. There will be live presentations, workshops, a gallery show, panel discussions, and community outreach by some of the nation’s top cartoonists. We are asking for a total of $10,000 – this amount will allow us to mount two spectacular gallery shows of original comic art, cover the expenses of the artists, pay for publicity materials and shipping of art for gallery shows, cover backer reward fulfillment, and provide catering for receptions whilst not having to charge admission.

Our AWESOME guest speakers for 2014 are: Jeff Keane of Family Circus, Denis Kitchen ofKitchen Sink Press, Lincoln Peirce of Big Nate, Rick Stromoski of Soup to Nutz, Todd Clark ofLola, Scott Stantis of Prickly City (also staff editorial cartoonist at The Chicago Tribune), Terri Libenson of The Pajama Diaries, Michael Schumacher author of Al Capp: A Life To The Contrary and Will Eisner: A Dreamer’s Life In Comics, and Paul Buhle comic historian and author of Comics In Wisconsin. And our panel moderator will be the amazing Tom Racine of Tall Tale Radio.