ttr_35_bannerI’ve said for years that comic art is truly art, and apparently, I’m not alone in this sentiment. Andrew Farago, the curator of the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco joins me in a really interesting discussion about the nature of art, what sort of stuff draws in the crowds, what cool stuff the Museum has in its vaults, the upcoming “Monsters of Webcomics” installation which is one of the first of its kind in the entire world, and a plethora of other subjects. (You heard me…a plethora.)  Find out where they get their art, how they come up with their installations, and what art Andrew would abscond with if he had to make a choice!

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Next Show: our foray into the Art World continues as I talk to the lovely Thea Cooke, creator of the site where she traces artists’ evolution from their early days to their current skills over at Artbloom.