Coming soon to the Bay Area

Heads up, California peeps! July 20 I’m hosting a screening of Sita Sings the Blues to benefit the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Cartoon Art Museum.

Date:
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Address: Delancey Screening room
600 The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA 94107


The next day, July 21, I’m returning to Santa Cruz for a screening of Sita at the Nickelodeon!

Special Screening and Q & A with Writer/Director Nina Paley
July 21st 7pm @ The Nickelodeon
210 Lincoln St.
Santa Cruz, CA (map)

Meanwhile the Cartoon Art Museum is having an exhibit of my work, Before Sita Sang the Blues: Spotlight on Nina Paley.

This retrospective will feature a selection of Paley’s syndicated comic strips,  illustrations, and a series of prints, paintings and behind-the-scenes materials from Sita.

See old gems like this:

I’ll be hanging around until early August. So if anyone in the Bay Area wants to hire me for speaking, now’s the time to save big!

5 comments to Coming soon to the Bay Area

  • jules

    Just to say I saw Sita sings the Blues when it was shown by the Groovy Movie Picture House at Glastonbury Festival [UK] a couple of weeks ago. Very well received by those in the tent. Shame you were shafted by copyright for the film – bought the DVD it was that good!

  • I choose to love your EULAgy (for the not-so-moribund freedom of choice).

  • Mark Clegg

    I’m afraid I’ll be in San Diego during the showings in San Francisco and Santa Cruz. Oh well, I’ve seen the film courtesy of the San Jose Public Library, which has it in stock. Loved it, as I loved your strip work. I’m sorry it looks like I will miss seeing you in person.

  • Lonny Eachus

    After seeing your EFF cartoon, I was led to “Sita Sings the Blues”. I haven’t seen it yet; it is still downloading. But based on the EFF cartoon and what few of your strips I have seen, I am pretty sure I will enjoy it. And even in the unlikely case that I do not, I still applaud your attitude and your work.

    Even though your artistic style is very different in many ways, some of your strips (as in Nina’s Adventures, above) remind me a lot of R. Crumb. Take that in any way you wish, but I mean it as a compliment.

    Looking forward to Sita.

  • Hi. Sorry to post off topic in your comments thread, but just figured I’d mention that I got booted off Facebook over that issue I messaged you about. And so it begins.

    Anyway, glad to hear of the upcoming SF show, I hope to be able to make it.

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