Political Cartoonist Rob Rogers presents "How a Cartoonist's Brain Works" at Cartoon Art Museum

Official Press Release

The Cartoon Art Museum welcomes nationally syndicated political cartoonist Rob Rogers as he brings his dynamic presentation How a Cartoonist's Brain Works to San Francisco on Thursday, June 24. Rogers's interactive combination of live drawing and a cartoon slide presentation takes the audience behind the curtain of his creative process. The suggested donation for this event is $5.

Rogers's material will also come from his new book, No Cartoon Left Behind: The Best of Rob Rogers, which features cartoons documenting five presidencies, the end of the cold war, 9/11, and 25 years of health care, as well as economic and political scandals of every shape and size. http://www.robrogers.com/book/html/book.html

Rogers's nationally syndicated cartoons run in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and USA Today, among others. His cartoon "How the Gingrich Stole Christmas" graced the cover of Newsweek's 1994 year-end issue.

Rob Rogers is a dynamic and insightful speaker who not only leaves audiences laughing, but leaves them thinking.

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