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Policitcal Cartooning: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow  Download Copy
Date and Time 
Mar 11 2014 1:00 PM -- 2:00 PM
Location  Room 111/112
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Description A Lecture Series Co-sponsored with Washington Humanities
Join us for our regular hot lunch program and then stay for this interesting and educational presentation.

Presented by Milt Priggee,
Professional Political Cartoonist

Political imagery can touch the heart, coalesce the truth and make people think. It can make a difference in the life of a person and a country. But there are no longer any staff editorial cartoonists at newspapers anywhere in Washington. What does that mean for our state?
Milt Priggee has been a professional political cartoonist since 1976, including several years at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane. He will explain the who, what, where, when, why and how of political commentary as it evolves from print to digital-media platforms.
The discussion will then turn to some of Priggee’s own cartoons, including some which were rejected from publication, and explore the stories behind the art and the importance of political cartooning as a medium.


FREE - Please call 425-556-2314 to register

A Lecture Series Co-sponsored with Washington Humanities

Join us for our regular hot lunch program and then stay for this interesting and educational presentation.

Political Cartooning: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Presented by Milt Priggee,
Professional Political Cartoonist

Political imagery can touch the heart, coalesce the truth and make people think. It can make a difference in the life of a person and a country. But there are no longer any staff editorial cartoonists at newspapers anywhere in Washington. What does that mean for our state?

Milt Priggee has been a professional political cartoonist since 1976, including several years at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane. He will explain the who, what, where, when, why and how of political commentary as it evolves from print to digital-media platforms.

The discussion will then turn to some of Priggee’s own cartoons, including some which were rejected from publication, and explore the stories behind the art and the importance of political cartooning as a medium.