Presenting Lalo Alcaraz: "A Cartoonista in The USA"
Date & Time: Tuesday October 14, 2003 at 3:00 PM
Location: General Classroom Building, Rm. 718
Member Sponsor: Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste
Member Sponsor Phone: 404.651.2265
Description of EventLalo Alcaraz, creator of the nationally syndicated comic strip La Cucaracha presents "A Cartoonista in The USA." The renowned Latino cartoonist will be lecturing and presenting his work.
Additional Event Notes
Lalo Alcaraz is the creator of the nationally syndicated and politically charged Latino comic strip La Cucaracha, featured daily in the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Chronicle, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, and 50 other major newspapers. He began his illustrious career drawing editorial cartoons at his college paper, The Daily Aztec , at San Diego State University. Today, Lalo is a one-of-a-kind cartoonist, satirist and writer who captures the essence of the country's changing cultural and political landscape like no other. Bringing a young fearless Latino sensibility to his political and social commentary, his is a fresh voice, whose unabashedly pro-immigrant, progressive stance about the need for a multicultural visibility in the media is long overdue. His latest book is LATINO USA: A Cartoon History. Lalo co-edits the satirical magazine POCHO.
In his entertaining multi-media presentation, Lalo sketches his favorite cartoons and shares his dazzling kaleidoscope of irreverence, wit, subversion, anarchy, politics, humanism, and rage for an eventful, thought-provoking evening.
This event is free and open to the public.