For it’s 4th and biggest year yet, GRAPHIC returned with a line-up of colliding multiverses, cinematic sounds and some of the world’s best graphic storytellers and comic artists. Featuring world premiere performances and projects specifically commissioned by GRAPHIC, there’s no other festival like it in the world.
In 2013, audiences stepped into the outrageous world of Seth Green and Stoopid Buddy Stoodio’s cult hit series Robot Chicken, Grant Morrison delivered an unforgettable 20-minute monologue accompanied by Peter Hollo on cello, NYC literary royalty Art Spiegelman left us WORDLESS!, and Italian maestro Ludovico Einaudi with visuals by Claudio Sinatti, concluded the weekend with a double standing ovation in the Concert Hall after a magical Australian debut.
GRAPHIC 2013 highlights
Pulitzer Prize-winner Art Spiegelman, comic historian, theorist, artist and author of MAUS, a moving father-son memoir about the Holocaust drawn with cats and mice.
A panel discussion full of inspiration, insight and banter with 3 of the graphic universe’s most talented storytellers, Grant Morrison, Dave McKean and Len Wein.
The Cinematic Orchestra, making their Concert Hall debut with a career-spanning performance with the 40-piece Sydney International Orchestra with visuals by The Light Surgeons.
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