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ICON9 Education Symposium: Call For Papers


ICON9 Education Symposium: Call for Papers
Academic and professional submissions are invited for peer review for ICON9: The Illustration Conference taking place in Austin, Texas July 6-7, 2016.

Radical Teaching; New Approaches in Pedagogy
Symposium Date: July 6-7, 2016
Venue: Austin Hilton Ballroom
Dates for abstracts submission: July 15, 2015

The ICON9 Education symposium seeks to explore ways in which educators can effectively address the myriad changes in the methods of teaching, creating and delivering illustration now and in the coming decades. Digital technology has not only rewritten what illustration is and what it will become, but it is drastically changing how art and illustration will be taught and learned.

Call For Submissions
An open call is made for contributions that broaden the understanding of how illustration is changing in the classroom and in practice. Unusual avenues of practice and enquiry are welcome, including both theory and practice-based researchers, academics, illustrators, painters and artists.

External Link: ICON9 Education Symposium: Call For Papers

The Bat Country Collective – Man’s Best Friend…?


Bat Country Collective are exhibiting at Fika in London!

The exhibition is raising questions regarding our pets under the title Man’s Best Friend and features new work from the London & Stockholm based illustrators behind the collective;

Karin Söderquist
Emma Farrarons
Dani’s Drawings
and Åsa Wikman

The exhibition opens 1/5 and will be up and running until the 1/7 at Fika, Brick Lane , E1 6SB London

Private View 30/4 6-9PM, Welcome to join us!

See you there!

External Link: Man’s Best Friend…? at Fika

UNPAID INTERNS: An Artistic Tribute to Wes Anderson @ NOFUN Gallery


I’m very excited to be taking part in this show next week in Australia. NOFUN’s first group show of 2015: ‘UNPAID INTERNS’, an art show dedicated to paying tribute to the films of American writer and director Wes Anderson. The exhibition will showcase a selection of work from local and international artists, illustrators and graphic designers from over 10 different countries, each presenting limited edition work.

External Link: UNPAID INTERNS: An Artistic Tribute to Wes Anderson at NOFUN gallery at Junky Comics

Out From Under A Rock


If you like pictures of two headed birds, mutated kittens struggling with social media and baked goods from the fairy realm, then this art show is for you.

On Thursday March 12th come to the opening of Phil Corbett’s latest collection of sugar high whimsy at Brighton Rocks, enjoy a cocktail and have a look at the pictures.

External Link: Out From Under A Rock at Brighton Rocks

Brighton Illustration Fair – BIF 2015


The Brighton Illustration Fair is 2 days of mixed mediums all celebrating the world of illustration. There will be comics/prints/zines/small press/apparel/art. Screenings, talks and workshops, plus a bunch of other fun things to enjoy.

External Link: Brighton Illustration Fair – BIF 2015 at One Church Brighton – Gloucester Place

Fairytales and Felines – An exhibition of illustration by Ella Goodwin


An exhibition at Cherryleaf Coffee House in the heart of Norwich. Showing my most recent work including new work inspired by local East Anglian folk lore and whimsical felines.

The exhibition runs from the 2nd to 31st March so plenty of time to come in drink coffee, eat cake and admire the pretties. Sundries will also be on sale.

External Link: Fairytales and Felines – An exhibition of illustration by Ella Goodwin at Cherryleaf Coffee House

We Make Monsters


Abi Stevens and Alan Rogerson present a joint exhibition of mysterious monsters, which will run from the 16th to the 20th of February at the Norfolk Street Changing Spaces location in Cambridge!

The exhibition will feature Abi’s Bestiary Project series and a selection of her hand-drawn monster drawings, alongside Alan’s awesome hand-drawn and lino-cut monsters, and some collaborative drawings created by both artists together.

There will also be workshops, a private view and other events running in the space throughout the week, so if you want to keep up to date with these, please go check out the Facebook page. This exhibition is brought to you in association with Crafty Cambridge and Changing Spaces.

External Link: We Make Monsters at Changing Spaces – 9 Norfolk Street

The Artist Project at Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place


From collectors and curators, to gallerists and designers, visitors can explore and discover works of art from over 250 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad. This is a unique opportunity to meet and buy art directly from artists at Toronto’s favourite art fair.

Bev Hogue’s work will be on display for the first time at TAP.

External Link: The Artist Project at Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place