May 11- 12, 2019- exhibiting at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival table 307 (on the third floor!)
Social Strategies for Art Openings published online for The New Yorker.
I have cartoons in the 2/25 and 4/29 issues of The New Yorker.
March 2019- March 2020 - Women’s Work: Suffrage Movements 1848-1965 comic will have new installments twice a month throughout the year.
May 9th at 1120 Projects- I’m collaborating on two works with Mary Schneider for Starlight Studios 6th Annual Co-Artifact auction
Caitlin Cass makes comics, drawings and counterfeit historical exhibits that folklorize historic failures and foretell grim futures. Often working under the moniker, The Great Moments in Western Civilization Cooperative, she questions the authority of traditional historical narratives by co-opting their power for her own devices.
Caitlin's counterfeit historical exhibits include How to Fly in America and The Museum of Failure. In addition to exhibits, Caitlin draws and publishes a bimonthly comic periodical under the moniker The Great Moments in Western Civilization Postal Constituent. Her work has also appeared in The New Yorker and online at The Nib. She was recently awarded a 2018 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship in Fiction. Caitlin lives and works in Buffalo, NY and teaches Art at Buffalo Seminary.
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