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Meet PacSci’s Artists in Residence at the Artist Living Studio to learn about and participate in their creative practice. During open studio hours, artists share works-in progress and discuss how they incorporate science and technology into their work.
Kalen Knowles is a cartoonist who has been drawing since he was a kid, but really making comics for the past five years. Common themes in his work include friendship, slice-of-life-livin’, bildungsromans, non-gendered bioforms, science-fantasy, world-building, and legacy. His work has been featured in Seattle Weekly, Extruder, and Nintendo Power, and reviewed on The Comics Journal and Four Color Apocalypse. He also hosts a monthly podcast about comics called The Issue at Hand.
Cost: Free for members / Included with admission
Recommended Ages: All ages
Members receive program and event discounts and free admission. Become a PacSci Member
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm