GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich native and syndicated cartoonist Maria Scrivan will present some of her cartoons and discuss the business side of cartooning in a Jan. 13 event at the Greenwich Library.
She will also address the age-old question of “Where do you get your ideas?”
Scrivan's regular newspaper comic is "Half Full," and her work has appeared in MAD Magazine, The New Yorker and on national television.
Scrivan majored in fine arts at Clark University and began her career in interactive advertising, graphic and web design before she became a full-time cartoonist.
"Half Full" is a daily cartoon about everyday life, featuring a wide range of topics from technology to modern society with a lot of really silly animals in between. It currently appears daily newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times. For more information visit her website.
This program free and open to the public. Reservations are not required. This event will run from 7-9 p.m. in the Meeting Room
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