Author Jules Feiffer Visits, April 11-13
Award-winning cartoonist, author and playwright Jules Feiffer will be the featured speaker at the 2010 Frances Clarke Sayers lecture on Sunday, April 11, at 4 p.m. Among his many works, Mr. Feiffer is the author and illustrator of the beloved children’s books I’m Not Bobby and Bark, George; and he is the illustrator of the classic The Phantom Tollbooth.
The event is co-sponsored by the California Center for the Book, and will feature a presentation of awards to the winners of the Letters About Literature competition.
Sunday, April 11, at 4 p.m.
De Neve Commons Auditorium, UCLA
UCLA Lab School families: 310.825.4928
Seating is limited.
Thanks to the Bruno Seros-Ulloa Guest Scholar Fund Mr. Feiffer also will visit UCLA Lab School for a special presentation to students on Monday, April 12, and Tuesday, April 13. For information, call the Gonda Family Library at 310.825.4928.
Directions to DeNeve Commons:
Enter campus at Gayley Avenue, turning east onto Strathmore Drive. Make an immediate left onto Charles E. Young Drive West. Go up the hill and at the signal turn left into the driveway for Parking Structure DD. After you park, follow the signs to the De Neve Commons building, located just north of the parking structure. The Lecture Auditorium is on the second floor.
Self-portrait graciously provided by Jules Feiffer.