Art Spiegelman

Thursday, April 10

7:00 pm

, Pease Auditorium

Family

What the %@&*! Happened to Comics?

Pease Auditorium on the Campus of Eastern Michigan University

Program Tickets: $20/person; $10/students

Pre-Performance VIP Reception and Priority seating program tickets: $50/person
The VIP reception starts at 6:00 pm in the Green Room at Pease Auditorium.

Visit EMUtix.com or call 487-2282 to purchase tickets.

Don't miss the opportunity to see comics legend Art Spiegelman for a multimedia presentation and book signing in Ypsilanti!

Art Spiegelman has almost single-handedly brought comic books out of the toy closet and onto literature shelves winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1992 for his masterful graphic novel, Maus. Join us for a rare opportunity to hear Spiegelman as he takes us on a chronological tour of the evolution of comics, explaining the medium and why they should not be ignored.

 

 

Image: Self portrait with Maus mask, by Art Spiegelman

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