MCA Denver is proud to present a conversation with Gary Panter, comic artist, illustrator, and designer. Panter is well known for both his underground comics as well as his Emmy-winning work as a set designer on the innovative Saturday morning TV series Pee-wee’s Playhouse. His work was featured in the exhibition Masters of American Comics presented by Los Angeles’ Hammer Museum and he was the subject of a 2008 solo exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
Panter will be in conversation with Director & Chief Animator Adam Lerner at MCA Denver on Thursday, March 26 at 7PM.
This conversation is presented by the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver as part of the Who Made the 80s? lecture series, which explores how the 1980s aesthetic emerged from the counterculture movement a decade earlier. .
Thursday, March 26| 7-8:30PM
Tickets $10 / $5 members