A very special exhibit featuring comics by Trinidad Escobar, Ajuan Mance, my lovely partner Lawrence Lindell and myself. We all will also be in conversation with each other on a panel during opening reception! This exhibit is free to the public!
San Francisco State University’s C.A.F.E. chapter hosts their first symposium celebrating different voices and perspectives from the Central American diaspora. I will be in conversation with Central American artists/writers: Maya Chinchilla, Smugmorenita (Gabriela Alemán)
This year the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, CA will be hosting the Queer Comics Expo! I’ll only be available to come on Saturday instead of both days. But it should be fun and its going to happen in one of my favorite museums in the City! Come through to 781 Beach Street, San Francisco.
A event organized by La Raza Student Organization and MEChxA de San Pancho at San Francisco State University. I will be a guest vendor selling my comics and merch from 6pm-9pm, and there will be food provided and an amazing evening of panel discussions and live performances.
Peninsula Libraries Comic Arts Festival is hosting a Small Press Expo in Foster City! I had the pleasure of designing this year’s poster to celebrate local Bay Area cartoonists gathering in the Peninsula. Cartoonists will be selling their comics at the Foster City Library at 1000 E Hillsdale Blvd, Foster City, CA from 10am-4pm and it’s free to the public.
The Oakland LGBTQ Center is having its official Queer Zine Library opening to the public. Queerdos and zinesters are more than welcome to come by and donate zines to the library. There will local vendors selling their zines among other activities like making custom buttons, origami, zines, and greeting cards. If folks also wanted to sell their zines they are free to roll through and bring their wares!
The Oakland LGBTQ Center is located at 3207 Lakeshore, Ave. in Oakland, CA.
EBABZ is a local zine fest that will be open to the public for free on December 8, 2018 at the Omni Commons in Oakland, CA. (I also got the chance to create a flier for one of my most favorite Bay Area zine fests, heeeee!).
The X in Latinx is a kick back for folks who are seeking a space and to be in conversation between myself, my friend Alan Pelaez, and Vanessa Teran on our individual experiences people within the Latinx culture as BIPOC (black and indigenous people of color). The event is open to the public and will take place at Strut on Castro Street in San Francisco and there will be catering.