• September 25, 2019
  • 7:30 pm
  • Herbst Theatre
    401 Van Ness Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94102
Add to Calendar 09/25/2019 7:30 pm 09/25/2019 America/Los_Angeles An Evening with Mari Andrew An Evening with Mari Andrew, A Conversation on Creativity, Empathy, and Resiliency Herbst Theatre
401 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
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$25-$45
Members - $20-$36

Pre-Show Reception $35
Members - $28

Tickets

When Mari Andrew was going through a time of grief and loss, she decided to make one drawing a day and post it on Instagram. Three years and over a million followers later, her hobby and creative outlet has invited us all into her inner world, where she examines everything from love to mortality to the highs and lows of texting.

Her relatable illustrations depict the beautiful, complicated, and often sad realities of modern life, shining light on the feelings that we often hide. With incredible candor and unexpected humor, Mari’s work inspires viewers to find their own resiliency, embrace their own creativity and express themselves fully.

Join author and illustrator Nicole J. Georges for a conversation with Mari about her life and the stories behind the drawings that have captured the attention of millions worldwide.

Mari Andrew

Mari Andrew is an author and illustrator who shares her work daily on Instagram with 1 million devoted fans around the world. Her first book, Am I There Yet? debuted on The New York Times Best Seller list. Mari is an avid traveler and an aspiring flamenco enthusiast who calls New York City home.

Nicole GeorgesNicole J. Georges is a writer, illustrator, podcaster, and professor. Her Lambda Award-winning graphic memoir, Calling Dr. Laura, was called “engrossing, lovable, smart and ultimately poignant” by Rachel Maddow, and was an Official Selection at the Angoulême International Comics Festival. Nicole does a weekly queer feminist art podcast called Sagittarian Matters and teaches at California College of the Arts MFA in Comics Program. Her new graphic memoir, Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home, is in stores now.

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