A Surreal Memory: An evening of live drawing by Thomas Campi with music by Daniel Shaw
Meet Italian comic artist Thomas Campi, who will be talking about his new graphic novel Macaroni.
Macaroni is a touching, humanistic story about Italian immigration, coal mining, communication down the generations and the difficulty of talking when you have spent your whole life in silence.
Join us for the talk as well as a live drawing session by Thomas with music by Daniel Shaw.
This event is presented by and launches Comic Con-versation 2016: celebrating the best of local comic culture with events, exhibitions and talks across Sydney libraries. Visit them on Facebook for more information.
Thomas Campi is an award winning artist born and raised in Italy. In 1999 , he started illustrating the comic book series Julia (Sergio Bonelli Editore). He then started to work for the French market with the comics adaptation of War and Peace by Lev Tolstoj , written by Frederic Bremaud (Glenat). In 2010 Thomas started his collaboration with the writer Vincent Zabus making : Les Petites Gens (Ed. LeLombard) , Les Larmes Du Seigneur Afghan (Dupuis), Macaroni! (Dupuis), currently working on Magritte ( LeLombard).
18:00–20:00 Where: Books Kinokuniya, Sydney