9th Annual Black Age of Comics Convention updates: The exhibition of Tim Jackson's provacative editorial cartoons and his research on African American illustrators before 1968 were open to the public on Feb. 10th instead of the 1st as previously planned.
Everything else was as follows:
WHERE: The historic South Side Community Art Center at 3831 South Michigan Ave. Chicago IL 60653. Situated in the heart of the Bronzeville section of the city.
WHEN: Gallery exhibition from Feb. 10th until Feb. 28th. Reception on Feb. 17th. Free Admission for the reception. 4pm until 9pm. It featured the panel discussion of Sistahs on "NARCISSA",which was created by that Black Age great, Lance Tooks. The panel convened at 7pm the evening of the opening reception.
Feb. 18th and 19th will be the actual convention dates.
Times: 11am until 4pm both days.
Admission $2.00 for students and $5.00 for adults.
Events on both days: Exhibitions, vendors, publishers, seminars, raffles, collecting, networking, interviews, and college recruitment.
INFO: Multiglobe@aol.com or 773-536-0755
2007 will be the 10 Annual Black Age Convention and the 15th anniversary of the first one. This blog will provide more detailed information about the Black Age of Comics Movement.