Hope some of you in the Tulsa area can join me, Michael Sheyahshe and Roy Boney at this year’s Native Comic Book Workshop. Hosted by the Tulsa City-County Library and the American Indian Resource Center, the workshop is two full days of learning how to create comics and how to market them! Happy to share our expertise with art, writing, various computer programs to help bring your stories to life. The flyer for the event follows — and here’s a link to a great article on the Tulsa World’s website announcing the program. Come on down — it’s FREE!
Great reviews keep coming in for “Super Indian” and the Heard Museum exhibit “Super Heroes: Art! Action! Adventure!” now open through August 23rd. You can read the full magazine online here. For your viewing pleasure, here’s the page you need to see!
Fantastic interview with Arigon about her inclusion in the upcoming “Super Heroes: Art! Action! Adventure!” exhibit at the Heard Museum. Take and look and start making your plans to visit Phoenix!
SUPER HEROES: ART! ACTION! ADVENTURE! AT HEARD MUSEUM 5-16 TO 8/23
We LOVE those Pueblo Powerpuff Girls!
The folks at the Heard Museum continue to champion Arigon Starr and her work with “Super Indian.” To promote the “Super Heroes: Art! Action! Adventure” exhibit at the Heard Museum, they produced a media spot featuring Super Indian. Voicing Super Indian, Mega Bear and Diogi are the fantastic Navajo comedy duo James & Ernie!
Here’s the 30-second version of the spot for your viewing pleasure! Share, share, share!