Cartoonist Lynda Barry Explores The Question, “What Is An Image?” Thru Her Art


By Joe Astrouski | November 18, 2014

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Cartoonist Lynda Barry has made a career out of putting life on paper. A Wisconsin native, she has returned to the state and now conducts drawing workshops with people of all ages and backgrounds at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Along with helping others put their thoughts on paper, she also hopes to help scholars and researchers get a better understanding of memory and creativity.

Watch the full interview with Lynda Barry for more on her interest in the arts, in both life and learning.

Joe Astrouski

Joe Astrouski is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project who travels the state, telling the stories of people and their passions. In his spare time, Joe enjoys fishing, hiking and eating his way across the Midwest with his wife, Charity.  Astrouski is a reporter, field producer and narrator for “Wisconsin...
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