Pulitzer Prize winner Dick Locher to visit Geneva History Center
GENEVA – Dick Locher, Pulitzer Prize winner, a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist and a Dick Tracy cartoonist for over 20 years, will be at the Geneva History Center on Saturday, March 9.
He will speak about his experience as an artist. From his early collaboration with Chester Gould, creator of the Dick Tracy series, to his current editorial publications in the Chicago Tribune, Locher has captivated and sparked the imaginations of a wide and varied audience. Along with a discussion about his work with Dick Tracy, Locher will provide insight into the world of editorial cartooning.
This program starts at 2 p.m.
Admission is $10 Adults and $5 GHC Members and students.
For more information, contact the Geneva History Center at 630-232-4951 or visit our website at www.genevahistorycenter.org to register online. The Geneva History Center is at 113 South Third St. in Geneva.
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