EXHIBITION:Kansas City Cartoonists S. J. Ray and Lee Judge: Cartoonists from Two Millennia Critique Culture

Kansas City Cartoonists S. J. Ray and Lee Judge: Cartoonists from Two Millennia Critique Culture

 

Lee Judge Cartoon

Kansas City Cartoonists S. J. Ray and Lee Judge: Cartoonists from Two Millennia Critique Culture

March 1, 2017 - Summer 2017

State Historical Society of Missouri

Ground Floor-Ellis Library

Corridor Gallery, Columbia Research Center

The Kansas City Star has reported the news in the greater Kansas City region since 1880. Many editorial cartoonists have critiqued contemporary culture for the paper, but two have lasted longer than most: S. J. (Silvey Jackson) Ray, who worked for the Star from 1931 to 1963, and Lee Judge, who has served as the editorial cartoonist since 1981. Through a wide array of over 60 cartoons by Ray and Judge from the SHSMO collection, this exhibition displays humorous and creative approaches to contemporary issues. Viewers can compare the styles, perspectives, and attitudes of two artists. Many of the topics addressed in the cartoons remain relevant today, and spectators may marvel at how technology has altered the understanding of the world over the last 86 years.

Tuesday, August 1 at 8:00am to 4:30pm

State Historical Society, Corridor Gallery
1020 Lowry Street, Columbia, Missouri 65201

Event Type

Exhibits

Departmental Categories

Total Rewards, Mizzou

Sponsors

State Historical Society

Website

http://shsmo.org/art/exhibits/#kccart...

Cost

free

Department

State Historical Society

Hashtag

#editorialcartoons

Contact Name

Dr. Joan Stack

Contact Phone

5734428616

Contact Email

stackj@shsmo.org

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