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GRAM/Ox-Bow Lecture Series Presents Mark Pascale, "An Abbreviated Look at Comic Conventions in Art From Illuminated Manuscripts to Now"

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Join the Grand Rapids Art Museum for another lecture in the GRAM/Ox-Bow Friday Lecture Series. This Friday, Mark Pascale presents An Abbreviated Look at Comic Conventions in Art From Illuminated Manuscripts to Now in the Cook Auditorium from 1:30pm to 2:30pm.

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Selected from the collection in the Department of Prints and Drawings at The Art Institute of Chicago, this talk examines how artists have used visual conventions garnered from commercial printing, in concert with stories from the Bible and every day life, throughout the history of graphic art.


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