Jake Goldwasser

Cartoonist and workshop facilitator
Jake Goldwasser
Jake Goldwasser is a cartoonist and writer. Drawing from his experience making cartoons for The New Yorker and Weekly Humorist, Jake teaches workshops that help people discover the joy of creativity.
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How to Draw a Cartoon Like The New Yorker

How to Draw a Cartoon Like The New Yorker

Monday, November 16th, 5-6:30pm PT / 8-9:30pm ET

In this 90 minute session, participants will learn the history, composition, and theory of single-panel cartoons. Everyone will then have the opportunity to draw their own cartoon (but no artistic experience is necessary).

In this 90 minute session, participants will learn the history, composition, and theory of single-panel cartoons. Everyone will then have the opportunity to draw their own cartoon (but no artistic experience is necessary).

Bio

Jake Goldwasser is a cartoonist, writer, and workshop facilitator. With a background in linguistics, he is interested in the ways word and image interact on the page to delight, inspire, and surprise readers. Jake’s cartoons and writing appear in The New Yorker, Weekly Humorist, The Meadow, The Spectacle, and elsewhere. Jake is a New Jewish Culture Fellow for the 2020-2021 cycle, with his fellowship focusing on the development of the graphic novel. He has been teaching creative workshops since 2016.

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