Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics

House of Illustration 2 Granary Square, London, United Kingdom

Explore the world of comics through original artwork by 100 women comic creators working across genres and generations - from the 1800s to the present day; from observational comedy to surreal fantasy, challenging biography to subversive dissent. Featuring artists from Marie Duval and Tove Jansson to Posy Simmonds, Audrey Niffenegger and Nina Bunjevac, Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics is ... Read More

The Great British Graphic Novel

The Cartoon Museum 35 Little Russell Street, London, United Kingdom

A dramatic double-page spread from Red Rosa is on display at The Cartoon Museum. Y'know, just my work and William Hogarth's in the same exhibition. Yee ha! There are also some free workshops for schools to accompany the event. Check the website for details.

There is an alternative! Critical comics and cartoons

Templeman Library University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom

Another exhibition. Hang on, I'll just go and cut and paste the thing cos it's not like anyone reads my website for its original sparkling prose: "The works on display are commonly labelled as alternative in their respective traditions and understood as critically positioning themselves against a given mainstream (whether in comics, politics or culture). Through the displayed material, and drawing on ... Read More

Hedg-u-cation Family Camp

I'll be bringing the Threads exhibition and comics along to the Hedg-u-cation Festival in Devon over the Summer half term holiday. Don't expect any public speaking though (in an official capacity, because, obvs, it's hard to shut me up) because I'll mainly be kicking back and enjoying this lovely jewel of a gathering with all the kids.

@cartoonkate at the Glastonbury Festival

Find me in the Green Futures Field, next to the Speaker's Forum. I'll be exhibiting artwork from Red Rosa and forthcoming work from the Threads graphic novel. I'm probably doing a talk. Also, this is your only chance to buy a stabby shopping bag in person. And something about the way the beloved Pilton Pop festival has become a sell-out ... Read More

squillions, these days.

Edinburgh Festival Exhibition

An exhibition of original artwork from Red Rosa plus merchandise for sale. Earl Grey St, Edinburgh. Check back here for listings.


Shambala Festival

A secret location which is definitely not Kelmarsh Hall like it always is.

I'll sling an exhibition up at the Rebel Soul tent, probably, if they let me, but they usually do because they're nice like that. It'll probably be Threads.


The Inking Woman

The Cartoon Museum 35 Little Russell Street, London, United Kingdom

All the women, doing all the cartoons! At the Cartoon Museum. The launch is gonna be a right laugh. Plus! Panel event, as yet unspecified, featuring me! And some other women who are quick on the draw.  

$3 – $7

Cartoon Kate at the Glastonbury Festival

Much closer to Shepton Mallet than the name would suggest.

Find the @cartoonkate marquee next to the Speaker's Forum in the Green Futures Field. The dress code, is, of course, small denim jeans shorts and hunter wellies on the Thursday. These are to not be worn later than Saturday, in case your leg hairs grow back. This only applies to the men. Only hedge fund managers on corporate hospitality tickets ... Read More

an arm and a perfectly manicured leg

Shambala Festival – Rebel Soul

A secret location which is definitely not Kelmarsh Hall like it always is.

I will be sticking up a stonking new exhibition at Shambala Festival this year, next to the Rebel Soul marquee. See you in a sunny field. Cheers... don't mind if I do.  

I dunno. Probably loads.

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