The Riverside Theatres in Parramatta will host an exhibition of the best cartoons in Australian and world politics from 2013.
Cartoonists draw politicians like you’ve never seen them before – yet somehow the art always seems far more true-to-life than the politicians themselves. And as political years go, 2013 was one to remember (or forget, depending on how you look at it). 80 cartoons make up the Behind The Lines exhibit this time around, and the Riverside will host discussions with two of Australia’s finest cartoonists: First Dog On The Moon’s Andrew Marlton (Friday May 16 – Sunday May 18) and Fiona Katauskis, who’ll be in conversation with Dan Ilic on Friday May 30.
Behind The Lines runs from Friday May 16 until Saturday June 21 at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta.
Image by David Rowe