The 69th Regiment Armory

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68 Lexington Avenue (between E 25th & E 26th st)
New York
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10010
United States


* An epic tour of the finest Australian cartoonists money can buy, this year a group of Australian comic creators are coming together for a tour of North-Eastern USA and Canada.

“Nothing like this has been attempted before by a group of Australian cartoonists, and it could be the furthest a group of cartoonists has ever travelled.”

Artists

David Blumenstein
Jen Breach
Andrew Fulton
Pat Grant
Michael Hawkins
Doug Holgate
Sarah Howell
Ben Hutchings
Gregory Mackay
Mandy Ord
John Retallick
Matt Taylor

 

About MoCCA and the Mocca Fest

The purpose of the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art is the collection, preservation, study, education, and display of comic and cartoon art. Every genre of the art is represented: animation, anime, cartoons, comic books, comic strips, gag cartoons, humorous illustration, illustration, political illustration, editorial cartoons, caricature, graphic novels, sports cartoons, and computer-generated art. Further, the museum’s rigid collection policy ensures that the art collections are maintained in an environment of the highest integrity.

It is the mission of the museum to promote the understanding and appreciation of comic and cartoon art as well as to detail and discuss the artistic, cultural, and historical impact of what is the world’s most popular art form. Comics and cartoons have been instrumental in effecting significant dialogue on issues involving society, culture, philosophy, and politics. History has shown them to be instrumental in documenting–and interpreting–historic events and social change. Artistically, comic and cartoon art is created at the highest levels by some of the world’s finest graphic illustrators.

The main goal of the museum is to educate the public about comic and cartoon art, how it is crafted, and how it reflects history. What does the art tell us about the time period that it was created in? How does it stand the test of time? What First Amendment issues regarding content come into play? How does censorship determine what is (and isn’t) published?

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