Date(s) - 04/01/2017
11:00 am - 5:30 pm
Winsted United Methodist Church
The American Museum of Tort Law (AMTL), is proud to welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Matt Wuerker, and Hall of Fame The New Yorker magazine cartoonist/illustrator Barry Blitt for a special daylong Program – 'If It Doesn't Please the Court: Two Ink-Stained Wretches on the Art of Political Satire.'
Consumer protection pioneer and AMTL Founder Ralph Nader, will join Blitt and Wuerker on the Program.
The Program will include: a WORKSHOP on cartooning/illustration, led by both Wuerker and Blitt; a PRESENTATION by them as well as Nader; and a MEET & GREET with the speakers.
11:00 am workshop
1:00 pm program
Rick Newman, Executive Director of the AMTL: "One of the coolest things about political satire is that it's an expression of freedom, and a visual representation of the law as protector of that freedom and of people's rights. So, this Program is a great fit for the Mission of the AMTL."