Episode 018 features an interview with Dave Sattler, editorial cartoonist for the Lafayette, Indiana Journal and Courier for 49 years. Dave discusses his take on cartooning and his unique role as the editorialist in this community.
Dave’s personal website is http://www.sattlercartoons.com.
We talk about a couple of special events celebrating Dave’s work this week, the first of which is an exhibition at Artists’ Own gallery in downtown Lafayette, https://www.facebook.com/events/118106995534870/
And we speak about the “Dave Sattler Roast & Toast,” coming up at the Long Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, November 11 at 8 pm. To read more about it and to get tickets:
And we discuss a more recent endeavor of Lafayette Printing Company, of which Dave is third generation co-owner, the Bindery Studios. After clearing space in the upper floor of the business, they developed a series of 14 artist studios that’s become an intriguing community of working artists.
Dave’s Look-ups this week are both online and personal, non-electronic experiences.
Go Comics (http://www.gocomics.com) - where you can get your daily comics, whether or not you get the newspaper, and AAEC – the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists (http://editorialcartoonists.com)
What gives him peace – 1. his home at Indian Creek and the woods nearby, 2. beekeeping at the Farm at Prophetstown State Park, and 3. listening to jazz radio while working in his studio.
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