Cartoon Kate in Slovenia

If anyone understands Slovenian and will be in Slovenia next week, this poster is for you! Click the following link: RdecaRosa-plakat2

Red Rosa Exeter

Exeter Uni Lib Arts Room TS1 Alexander Building, Exeter, United Kingdom

As part of the 3 day Liberating Arts Festival in Exeter, award-winning cartoonist, author and activist Kate Evans presents the life and work of the indomitable revolutionary socialist Rosa Luxemburg and discusses her relevance for the contemporary labour movement.


Translating Graphic Novels: Red Rosa by Kate Evans

OCCT Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, United Kingdom

Not me, but my Spanish translator will be discussing translating Red Rosa Speaker(s): Alejandra Crosta (Oxford) Respondent: Dominic Davies (Oxford) Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - 17:15 to 19:15 Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities Building Alejandra Crosta (Modern Languages) will discuss La Rosa Roja: la biografía gráfica de Rosa Luxemburg (2017, Pan y Rosas/ Izquierdadiario/IPS), her Spanish translation of Kate Evans’s graphic novel Red Rosa (2015, Verso) She will be ... Read More

The Savage Ink of Steve Bell

People's History Museum Left Bank, Spinningfields,, Manchester, United Kingdom

Watch me talk to Steve Bell! Join us for a very special Radical Late at the People's History Museum, as we welcome cartoonist Steve Bell for a night of caricatures and conversation! Best known for his long running cartoon strip If… in The Guardian newspaper, Steve is an award winning cartoonist and author, whose work features prominently in the museum’s latest exhibition Savage Ink: The Cartoon & ... Read More

£8 – £10


Colin Matthew Room Colin Matthew Room, Radcliffe Humanities, Woodstock Road,, Oxford, United Kingdom

Colin Matthew Room 30th November 5.15 to 6.30pm Free The TORCH Comics and Graphic Novels: The Politics of Form network are hosting a seminar on 'Dr Rosa Luxemburg: Indomitable Cartoon Superhero! Comics artist Kate Evans, author of Red Rosa (2015), a graphic biography of Rosa Luxemburg, and Threads: Tales from the Refugee Crisis (2017), among many other comics, discusses the creative and intellectual processes behind her work. ... Read More


Revolution Then and Now

Brunei gallery SOAS Brunei Gallery, SOAS, University of London, Thornhaugh St, Bloomsbury, London, United Kingdom

The revolutionary tradition has a long history, and revolutionaries have inspired subsequent generations in fighting for a world free of exploitation, oppression and class distinctions. This panel discusses historical and contemporary debates between reformists, who have sought to discover a principle of harmony in social relations under capitalism, bypassing the question of revolutionary politics, and revolutionaries, who have argued for ... Read More


The Multiple Legacies of Rosa Luxemburg: Symposium

St Peter's College Dorfman Room, St Peter's College New Inn Hall Street, Oxford, United Kingdom

On Friday, February 23rd the Faculty, together with The European Humanities Research Centre and Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, invites you to ‘The Multiple Legacies of Rosa Luxemburg’ symposium. The event is dedicated to the life, thought and legacy of Rosa Luxemburg (1871–1919), one of the most creative writers of modern socialism, a leading Jewish intellectual and the ... Read More


From the Calais Jungle to the Cannes Red Carpet

Bath Royal and Literary Scientific Institution 16-18 Queen Square, Bath

From the Calais Jungle to the Cannes Red Carpet     Cartoonist Kate Evans and award-winning animator Majid Adin discuss their work, artistically exploring stories of migration, dislocation, and hope.   Majid Adin is an Iranian award-winning artist. Forced to leave his home country because of his political cartoons, he now lives in London. He creates animations about the refugee ... Read More


Rocket Man – An Evening with Majid Adin and Kate Evans

Blackburne House Blackburne House, Blackburne Place (Off Hope Street), Liverpool, United Kingdom

Majid Adin arrived in the UK, after several failed attempts at holding on to the underside of the truck, by locking himself in a fridge on the back of the lorry from the Refugee camps in Northern France. An Iranian animator persecuted for challenging religious conservatism through his work, Adin won a competition to animate the official video for Elton John’s ... Read More

£6 – £12

Journeys Drawn: Illustration from the Refugee Crisis

House of Illustration 2 Granary Square, London, United Kingdom

Multi-media work by 13 contemporary illustrators will include original artwork from Kate Evan's award winning graphic novel, Threads, as well as Olivier Kugler’s portraits from Calais and George Butler’s reportage from Syria, animation by Majid Adin and manga by Asia Alfasi.


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