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Project Comics at Brooklyn Art Library

  • Brooklyn Art Library 28 Frost Street Brooklyn, NY, 11211 United States (map)

Come out to Brooklyn Art Library at 28 Frost Street in Williamsburg (home of The Sketchbook Project) for a Thursday evening Nomadic Press showcase of comic book artists projecting and talking about their work. The line-up is curated by Bushwick Daily cartoonist Jeremy Nguyen, and includes Emily Niland, Daniel White, April Malig, and Matt Lubchansky.

The library also has great items for sale that include beautiful sketchbooks, pocket jotters, journals, lettering and pastel pens, canoe pencil cases, t-shirts and more:


Emily Niland is a Brooklyn based illustrator whose artwork has appeared in The New York Observer, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Jezebel, Thrillist, The Chicago Tribune, and Bitch Magazine. She is not currently living in a van down by the river.


Daniel White is a self published comic book maker and coffee drinker. When not drawing comics he works for Peter Max. When drawing comics he drinks coffee like an animal. Have a look @birdsinboxes on Instagram to see what he does. 


April Malig is a cartoonist and writer from Southern California. She is a graduate of the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont as well as the creative writing program at the University of Los Angeles, California. April is most known for several sad fluorescent colored poetry comics, her delightful internet presence, and her magical girl homage/satire (ho-tire? sat-mage?) Magical Bitches.  She currently lives in Ridgewood, Queens.


Matt Lubchansky is a cartoonist and illustrator living in Queens, NY. He is the editorial assistant at The Nib, where he is also a contributor. His work has appeared in VICE, Eater, Mad Magazine, Gothamist, The Toast, The Hairpin, Atlas Obscura, Today and Tabs, Brooklyn Magazine, and his long-running webcomic Please Listen to Me. He is the co-author of Dad Magazine (Quirk, 2016).

Earlier Event: August 27
Special Screening: Enter The Battlefield
Later Event: September 18
Brooklyn Book Festival 2016