Rhyme, Reason and Caricature

The Independent School of Art (ISA) presents:
Rhyme, Reason and Caricature, a talk by Mac Dunlop
November 1st, 2012 7:30 pm
St. Gluvias Church Hall, off West Street (the gate next to number 46) in Penryn.
URL: www.isaassembly.tumbler.com

Mac Dunlop, the Falmouth poet and satirist presents his work in a new light at Penryn’s Independent School of Art. ‘Rhyme, Reason and Caricature’ unites his thought provoking comic monologues with rap style spoken word and a range of his unique cartoons.

“I don’t set out to say anything funny – the problem is, that’s usually where I end up…”
Mac Dunlop

Mac’s cartoons and writing have appeared in national and international magazines, (New Humanist, Parabola, Our Times, and Leonardo – the MIT Journal of Technology, amongst others, and he was the poetry editor of Cornish World Magazine). His radio show ‘Unspoken Words” was aired for three years on several stations including London’s Resonance FM, Cornwall’s The Source FM, and Penwith Radio. His most recent exhibitions have focused on political satire, featuring the collection of drawings titled “MacD’s Government Portfolio”.

About The Independent School of Art

The ISA is a place for active discussion. The lecture series has evolved through people’s enthusiasm for sharing their work and all are welcome.
Regular talks tale place on the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 pm in St. Gluvias Church Hall, off West Street (the gate next to number 46) in Penryn.
Previous talks have been given by artists, theorists musicians and poets, and everyone is welcome to attend.
If you would like to give a talk, contact the ISA at isa.assembly@gmail.com
The talks are free but donations are accepted to cover the cost of the hall.

website: http://www.isaassembly.tumblr.com/

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