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Latest from the blog

CRNI statement on imprisoned Turkish cartoonist Musa Kart

December 5, 2016 in General

  LEADING CARTOONISTS’ ORGANISATIONS CALL FOR RELEASE OF MUSA KART Musa Kart, the world-renowned political cartoonist for Cumhuriyet newspaper, Istanbul is one of several staff pending trial for “crimes on behalf of the Fethullahist Terror Organisation and the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)”. Accused of collusion in last summer’s attempted coup in Turkey, these journalists…

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The female Arab cartoonists challenging authority

November 29, 2016 in General

© Doaa el-Adl As part of its ‘100 Women’ season, the BBC asked three female cartoonists from Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco to illustrate how the practice of ‘male guardianship’, even though not always enshrined in law, continues to affect women’s lives.   © Doaa el-Adl Tackling taboo issues like FGM and sexual harassment, Egyptian political…

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Support for imprisoned Musa Kart but attacks on cartoonists continue…

November 26, 2016 in General

Attendees at the British Cartoonists’ Association and Cartoon Museum awards, led by BCA Chairman and PCO member Martin Rowson, gave a standing ovation to demonstrate their support for Musa Kart, who faces jail for sedition. (See the Blog article from 2nd November for more on this story.)  Mr Rowson stated it was “more important than…

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A triumvirate of talent

November 26, 2016 in General

© Sarah Boyce The PCO is delighted to welcome three new members into the fold The three in question are doubly talented individuals: Sarah Boyce is a printmaker and cartoonist, James Brandow a caricaturist and cartoonist, whilst Dave Walker is a cycling cartoonist which, funnily enough, is the subject of his upcoming book… © James…

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Nathan Ariss: a call for inaction

November 18, 2016 in General

You can die of exposure, you know… Nathan Ariss writes: General Artistic Strike – call for inaction, New Year’s Day A General Strike of all culture, arts, music, dance, drama, poetry, illustration, cartoon, design, is now in effect. All ‘creatives’ will henceforth produce not a single word, or note, or sound, or sign, or symbol,…

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Hastings: The Film

November 13, 2016 in General

Meanwhile back in Hastings, here’s a lovely little video from Robert Rousso. Robert casts his acutely observant Gallic eye over proceedings; showing, amongst other things, how popular cartooning and caricaturing are with the British public. In contrast, with a few notably successful exceptions, UK publishers (or their accountants) appear to be at odds with their…

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