The Janet Flanner Visiting Artist Series celebrates local and national artists through artist talks and exhibitions of their work. Free and open to the public, the series connects the Park Tudor campus and classrooms to our community at large.
Penelope Dullaghan is an award-winning illustrator whose work includes illustrations for ad campaigns, book publishers, magazines, newspapers, products, videos and most recently, children. Her first children’s book, Max Attacks, is out now!
Penelope works from her home studio in Indianapolis, Indiana and is particularly interested in collaborating with brands that support sustainability, simplicity and wellness. Her clients Include: Simon & Schuster, Abrams Books, Cameron Kids Publishers, Penguin Random House, Viking Children’s Books, FLOW Magazine, Crate & Barrel, Papyrus, New York Times, Starbucks, Oprah Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Target, The Obama Foundation, Design*Sponge, Cup of Jo, Spirituality & Health Magazine, Vegetarian Times, The Washington Post, Panera Bread Company, Scholastic Books, Baltimore Sun and Indianapolis Monthly.
About Janet Flanner: Janet Flanner was a member of the Tudor Hall class of 1909, and became well-known as a member of the “Lost Generation” of writers and author of the beloved “Letters from Paris” column in The New Yorker Magazine.
2019/11/08 - 2019/11/08
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