OSU Cartoon Library saluting Columbus cartoonists

The Ohio State University Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum is saluting a number of cartoonists that have lived, worked or been educated in Columbus, OH. In honor of the city’s 200th birthday, several of the cities notable artists’ work will be on display. Exhibiting artists include: Billy Ireland, Milton Caniff, Harry J. Westerman, Eugene Craig, Doc Goodwin, Bill Crawford, Edwina Dumm, Dudley T. Fisher
, and James Thurber.

Exhibit runs through April 17.

2 thoughts on “OSU Cartoon Library saluting Columbus cartoonists

  1. I hope Jeff Smith is on the list! I wonder how many of the people exhibiting went to CCAD (that’s where I went!) it’d be cool for the school to get a little publicity since over half the people I met while I attended didn’t even realize there was an art college in the city (even though we had a giant ‘ART’ sculpture you could see from the surrounding streets)

  2. Kat, I’m sure Jeff is on the list, as hundreds of his original BONE pages are on deposit at the Library. His connection to CCAD is a bit of a stretch, as he left there to go to Ohio State. I know that Tony Cochran, creator of Agnes, also attended CCAD, but I don’t believe he finished there either.

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