Virtual Talk: Cartooning Through Chaos

Hosted by the Skirball Cultural Center

Lampooning social and political ills, cartoonists have educated and entertained us in a year that’s been anything but fun. Join us for a lively discussion with three award-winning, LA-based cartoonists: Lalo Alcaraz (La Cucaracha), Darrin Bell (Candorville), and David Glenn Brown (Los Angeles Sentinel).

In conversation with Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Patt Morrison of the Los Angeles Times, the artists share how they use their art to promote social good, amplify unheard voices, and spark meaningful conversation in a divided country. Stick around after the panel for a Q&A with the artists.

About the Series

This program is part of a limited series, LA Reflections: Shifting Culture, which presents curated panel discussions with some of LA’s most creative voices. How have the extraordinary events of 2020 impacted culture makers in Los Angeles? Learn how artists have found inspiring ways to shift their practices and connect with audiences through the pandemic, social uprising, and beyond.

—from the event website