Art! Science! History! …and Comic Books?

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Date(s) - 08/10/2016
13:00 - 15:30

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Peabody Essex Museum

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Join Maris Wicks in making your own comics inspired by history, science, and art!Art! Science! History! …and Comic Books? Learn how everything from model ships to fish skeletons to microscopes inspires writer and illustrator Maris Wicks to create nonfiction comics. Then join her in making your own comics inspired by history, science, and art!

Maris Wicks has written, drawn, and colored comics for First Second Books, New England Aquarium and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, as well as Spongebob Comics, Marvel Comics, and DC Comics. She is the illustrator of The New York Times Bestselling book Primates (2013), written by Jim Ottaviani. Her latest graphic novel, Human Body Theater (2015), is a 240-page rollicking romp through the major systems of the human body (told in comics format, of course). Her next book, Coral Reefs, debuts March 29, 2016. Wicks also has an ongoing collaboration with science communicator/comic artist Rosemary Mosco to bring you Your Wild City, a weekly webcomic about urban ecology. Learn more about Maris at mariswicks.com.

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This is a free event

 

Tickets: Included with museum admission

Suitable for ages: All

Organised by Peabody Essex Museum

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