Join us for an evening with renowned cartoonist Nicole Hollander on Wednesday, November 14 from 6:00-7:30 PM at The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum.
Hollander’s long running newspaper comic strip “Sylvia” commented with acerbic wit on political, gender and social issues for over 30 years, from the late 1970s until Hollander retired the strip in 2012. Sylvia’s unapologetic feminist voice stood out amongst other comic strips appearing in the newspaper, and the strip achieved a cult following throughout its run.
In 2018, Hollander published her illustrated memoir, “We Ate Wonderbread” with Fantagraphics Books.
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum is proud to be the home of the Nicole Hollander Collection of original art, archives, and ephemera. Come early and view an open house selection of materials from the collection!
Spotlight on Nicole Hollander
Wednesday, November 14th
Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, Will Eisner Seminar Room
5pm – 6pm – Nicole Hollander Collection open house in the Lucy Shelton Caswell Reading Room
6pm – 7pm – Nicole Hollander presentation and interview with BICLM Archives Associate Ann Lennon
7pm – 7:30pm – Book signing
FREE and open to the public