They’re finalizing the renovations after their recent move.
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The Infinite Universe of Jim Starlin opens soon at The Cartoon Art Museum
On Friday, February 9, the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco is hosting March: An Evening with Nate Powell from 7-9 PM. Powell, as you may recall, won a National Book Award (along with Congressman John Lewis and Andrew Aydin) for his work on March: A Graphic History of the Civil Rights Movement. Official PR follows: […]
As you may recall, awhile back the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco lost its lease. (Note: this is an increasingly common thing in San Francisco.) They now have a new lease, just off Ghiradelli Square. In tourist terms, roughly four blocks from Fisherman’s Wharf or three blocks from In ‘n’ Out Burger. Their grand […]
More comics at Comic-Con! Amazing. San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum holds an annual Sketch-a-Thon at booth #1930, where top artists donate their time to sketch as a fundraiser for the museum Details below The Cartoon Art Museum is pleased to announce its programming for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International, to be held at the San Diego […]
San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum has found a new home after closing down last September sue to rising rents in its SoMa home. The new location, 781 Beach Street is near such attractions as Aquatic Park, the Maritime Museum, Ghirardelli Square, and the Hyde Street cable car turnaround, and will open in early 2017. While the museum […]
The Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco has closed its former location, but its traditions continue, including their monthly Cartoonist-in-Residence program that spotlights various creators. January’s event takes place with Rachel Dukes at the art supply shop FLAX at their new locations at 2 Marina Blvd in Fort Mason. The event takes place Saturday, January […]
COMIC BOOK CLUB w/DEAN HASPIEL! On this week’s Comic Book Club we have Emmy-winning Writer/Artist DEAN HASPIEL! He’s got an awesome new auto-biographical collection out called BEEF WITH TOMATO from Alternative Press. We’re going to talk about the book, New York City, Dean’s work on THE FOX and LIFE IN GENERAL. PLUS we’re going to […]
This is sad but not surprising—given the insane rise in real estate prices in San Francisco, it was only a matter of time before the Cartoon Art Museum, which occupied a spacious and accessible spot near Market Street has been evicted so its space can be converted to something expensive and greedy. The museum will stay open until June 28th, and in a release they note that the move was not unexpected and they had already begun preparations, just like Cutter and Skywise.