Freedom and Fun: The Caen International Cartoon Festival


Along with fifteen other cartoonists, I was fortunate to be invited to participate in the third annual International Cartoon Festival in Caen, France.  The Caen Memorial Museum, which hosts this event, is a very moving place and it was a wonderful gathering, with cartoonists from around the world.  In keeping with the emotional events that took place in the Normandy invasions, Stephane Grimaldi, the director of the museum, seeks to bring people, events and exhibits to Caen that promote peace and freedom of expression.  Below is a list of the participating cartoonists and a selection of some of the cartoons and people that were there.

BERTH

France

BRUNOR

France

CARALI

France

CARUSO

Brésil

CHAUNU

France

DANZIGER

Etats-Unis

DONNELLY

Etats-Unis

HADDAD

Liban

JIHO

France

KAP

Espagne

KAZANEVSKY

Ukraine

KIANOUSH

Iran

KICHKA

Israël

MIX & REMIX

Suisse

ROYAARDS

Pays-Bas

WILLIS FROM TUNIS

Tunisie

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About Liza Donnelly

New Book: Women On Men, http://www.narrativemagazine.com/store/book/women-men New Yorker and Forbes cartoonist and writer, TED speaker
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