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Correction: Date is Sept. 16th, 2015 (Wednesday)

On 8/31/15 1:37 PM, Britt Griswold wrote:
PRESENTATION: "Sequential Art in Science Communication" by David Clarke

The word "comics" might bring to mind well-thumbed copies of Scrooge McDuck, Spiderman, or the 
newspaer's Sunday funny pages, but today sequential art is being used to communicate and teach 
subjects such as science, medicine and history. David Clarke is creating comics about the history of 
science. His first large scale project is a graphic novel of the voyage of "Captain" James Cook and 
Joseph Banks to Tahiti for the Transit of Venus and their subsequent travels around the South 
Pacific mapping New Zealand and the east coast of Australia. David will describe the development 
process - what's involved - in creating a graphic novel.

David Clarke, former GNSI DC President, is the CEO of his own studio. He creates animations, 
illustrations, comics and graphics and work with a small programming team to create interactive 
learning objects for the university's online classrooms. He is an Adjunct faculty member of Northern 
Virginia Community College and a multimedia/graphic artist at the University of Maryland University 
College. He has a BFA from the Rhode Island School of design and an MFA from the Academy of Art 
University, based in San Francisco.

LOCATION:
Smithsonian Natural History Museum
10th St. & Constitution Ave., Washington, DC.
Cathy Kerby Room (3rd Floor, East Court)
phone: 202-633-2001

Wait for an escort in the Constitution Avenue lobby between 5:30 and 6:10 p.m. (about every 15 minutes)

EVENING'S SCHEDULE:
- 5:30 p.m. for snacks and socializing (Please bring a food item to share, or $3.00 for the donation 
jar.)
- 6:00 p.m. Business and announcements
- 6:10 p.m. (approx.) Presentation begins

PARKING:
If you would like to park in the museum lot**, also email Alice Tangerini ([log in to unmask]) with 
your name.
** BRING A COPY OF THIS INVITATION WITH YOU!!** to show at the guard house.
The security at the museum has been increased and you will need to be on Alice's list to park at, or 
after, 5:00 p.m.

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