Wilkinson exhibit opens at Moore College

If you’re in the area of Philadelphia head over to the Moore College of Art & Design and check out a new exhibit of Signe Wilkinson’s editorial cartoons from her 25 years at the Daily News. Exhibit is entitled “Signe Wilkinson: Keeping the World in Line” and runs through October 15.

Here’s the description:

A Visionary Woman Award exhibition. This exhibition celebrates the work of Signe Wilkinson, the first woman to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize (1992) for cartooning. Highlighting her career, the exhibition includes a selection of editorial cartoons that she has produced for the Daily News for more than twenty-five years. Grouped by ongoing themes found in the artist?s work, they include her perspectives on education, peace and/or war, women and everything else. In addition, the show includes a section devoted to works from Family Tree, her daily comic strip that follows a family’s loopy attempts to live green in modern, chemically dependent America.

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  1. Signe was kind enough to meet with me and my cartoon partner a few years ago to provide us with advice and imput on our cartoon idea. I’m sure her exhibit at Moore College of Art & Design is both entertaining and inspiring. I hope to go see the show.

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