The Round-up

Kasia Kowalska and Royston Robertson write: Cartoonists including the PCO members Bill Stott and Noel Ford, above, are involved in the first Southport Festival of Art. More on that here. An exhibition of Tony Husband’s Private Eye cartoons is on display at The Swan in Dobcross as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival until the end of July. What a week for Marvel, […]

Cartooning in Conflict opens in London

A travelling exhibition of work drawn from around the world opens next week at St Martins-in-the-Fields church in central London. The show is on behalf of The Parents Circle Forum who work for reconciliation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Here you can see two small previews of work from the exhibition’s last stop in New York. Featured […]

Cartoonists in peril

Cartoonists in this country might be feeling the pinch at the moment, but at least they don’t work under the threat of arrest, assault or even death. In Honduras recently, cartoonist Allan McDonald (interview) was detained for 24 hours, had his studio ransacked and cartoons and drawing materials destroyed following the publication of several cartoons […]