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You're Invited to a Virtual Event: A Night of New York Humor and Art
Dreaming and Drawing:
A Conversation with New Yorker Cartoonists Liana
Finck and David Sipress
May 9, 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Two amazing storytellers and
New Yorker magazine cartoonists, Liana Finck and David Sipress, join The
New York Jewish Week to discuss their art and humor — and their new
books: Finck’s graphic novel Let There Be Light: The Real Story of
Her Creation and Sipress’s What’s So Funny: A Cartoonist’s
Don't miss your chance to join
them for a fun — and funny — online conversation, and to see some of
their art up close.
Liana Finck is a regular
contributor to The New Yorker, The Awl and Catapult. She is the author of
“A Bintel Brief,” “Passing for Human” and “Excuse Me” in addition to her
latest, “Let There Be Light.”
David Sipress has been a staff
cartoonist since 1998 for The New Yorker, where he has published nearly
700 cartoons. He lectures widely on cartooning. “What’s So Funny” is his
They will be in conversation with Andrew Silow-Carroll,
Editor in Chief of The New York Jewish Week, and Sandee Brawarsky, The
New York Jewish Week's former culture editor.