Show notes: Mid-South Cartoonists Association President Kevin L. Williams joins me for this 56th “Drawing Funny” episode. We discuss what a busy year 2023 was for the MSCA and what plans are in the works for this new year- such as the 901 C0mics East Drink-N-Draw night and Sat-Art-Day, upcoming art shows around town, and MSCA monthly dinner meet-up at Garibaldi’s Pizza. Continue reading
An Inspector Calls – a crime drama featuring member Jim Palmer set in the early 1900’s when a mysterious inspector calls on an affluent family and thru a serious of blunt and challenging questions challenges them to accept the role they all had in the demise of a young struggling woman. Continue reading
Hey, gang- no April Fools jibber-jabber today. Just a couple MSCA bits of info for you-including the next monthly meeting this Tuesday.
Hey, gang- sorry it’s been so long since my last MSCA post. I honestly just haven’t had time for that- but to make up for it here’s a whole bunch of stuff for you in this website update!
BIG NEWS– after meeting virtually on Zoom for the last two years due to the pandemic, we were happy to return to in-person meetings at Garibaldi’s Pizza this month…and we’ll be back on the first Tuesday in April! We had a great turn out- about a dozen members or so. Continue reading
THE MID-SOUTH CARTOONISTS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS “’MURICA” AT GERMANTOWN COMMUNITY THEATER
The Mid-South Cartoonists Association (MSCA) art show “’Murica: A ‘Toonist’s Take on American History” will be presented February 17 – 27, 2022, at Germantown Community Theater alongside the comedy play, “The Complete History of America (Abridged).” Continue reading
I have a quick few bits of MSCA news for you. First up is some meeting updates from our Prez Kevin L. Williams…
With the latest details on Covid-19/Delta Variant from the Shelby County Health Department, I am going to cancel further in-person gatherings until January 2022. We will still gather digitally (via Z00m). Continue reading