Gallery discussion at the Harold
The Harold Washington Library is giving us the run of the hallway for our second AND LAST “gallery discussion” Wednesday, June 26 @ 6p. Our comics journalism exhibit ends its 5-month run July 28.
So stop by and say hello. Be prepared for a potential special guests (the people in those comics are real…), we’ll meet in the main hallway on the first floor, you can’t miss it. Drinks aren’t allowed in the library, so we can only suggest the pleasure of our company as motivation.
Reporter Darryl Holliday and Illustrator Erik Rodriguez will be presenting a talk and Q&A, “Comics Journalism: Art in Storytelling,” discussing how they work together to combine real on-the-street reporting with sequential art to engage audiences and tell great stories
“The Illustrated Press: Chicago” is a comics journalism project that covers the range from student loan debt to the history of Englewood. All the stories, people, quotes and places are real. Their exhibit, including a WBEZ Curious City collaboration, is on display at the Harold Washington Library through August.
Darryl Holliday is the Crime & Mayhem Reporter for DNAInfo Chicago. Erik Rodriguez is a graphic designer for Columbia College.