On Monday, October 22nd, 2012, from 6:30 to 7:30pm, artist David Mazzucchelli will lecture on the unique aspects of storytelling in the medium of comics. He’ll speak in the Katie Murphy Auditorium in the Pomerantz Building (D Building) – enter at the Northwest corner of 27th Street and 7th Avenue.
The talk is open to the public! Those not members of the FIT community should let the FIT guard know they’re attending the lecture in the auditorium.
Mazzucchelli has been creating comics since his youth, and recently has brought the graphic novel to a new level of literary seriousness and beauty. Renowned for his collaborations on seminal Batman and Daredevil stories and on an adaptation of Paul Auster’s novel, City of Glass, he began publishing his own stories in 1991 in his anthology magazine, Rubber Blanket. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including a National Endowment for the Arts Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission Fellowship. His graphic novel, Asterios Polyp, was a NY Times Notable Book for 2009, and the winner of a LA Times Book Prize.
Watch the video of David Mazzucchelli’s Lecture at FIT here: