Saturday, November 7, 2009



You can’t mail it in! You can’t phone it in! You can’t dropkick it in! NO! You have to be THERE! Come to the Cartoonists Northwest meeting in November and cast your on-the-spot vote for the office of President of Cartoonists Northwest! Exercise your franchise! Hear a stirring speech from outgoing President Keith Curtis, whose rhetorical skills are, some say, like hearing a space marine channelling Obama, FDR, and Dr. Bronner simultaneously. Gaze with awe and respect at the NEW President, whoever she or he turns out to be! By the by, you may wonder who the candidates are. Well, the answer is simple…the candidates are anybody and everybody who wants to run! And running could not be simpler. Just stand up and throw your hat in the ring. CNW has always been led by volunteers, and you can help keep up the tradition. Take a turn at the CNW helm! Don’t be scared, it’s not the Titanic. And remember, the campaign, voting, and inauguration all happens in this one meeting, so it’s painless no matter what the outcome. Be there, and be a part of CNW history in the making.

But wait, the fun of the November meeting doesn’t stop with the election. Other surprises lay in wait. Bring a favorite cartoon DVD and if we have time, we’ll watch cartoons on the big screen. Will we have reports from the hinterlands (i.e., The Writers Block Group)? The hoopla never ends at CNW meetings! See you there!

• Cartoonists review each others’ work and vote for ‘Best of the Northwest’. Bring your art and enter the friendly competition!
• Other news and stuff, guaranteed to be of a cartoonishly edifying nature!
What: Cartoonists Northwest meeting. (Monthly meetings happen on the third Saturday of every month.)
When: Sat. Nov. 21, 2009
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Cost: Free!
Location: The Art Institute of Seattle,
North Campus, Room 100 (Real Networks Bldg.) Please note the room number has been changed to Room 100 for this month's meeting!
2600 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98121

Use main entrance at corner of Alaskan Way and Vine St. Street parking is free beginning at 6 p.m.

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