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601 Turner Blvd. Savannah, GA 31401

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Join us for a night of conversation with SCAD alumni Andre R. Frattino (B.F.A., sequential art, 2009) and Kate Kasenow (M.F.A., sequential art, 2011; B.F.A., sequential art, 2008) as they discuss their journeys in the graphic-novel industry and their experience creating their graphic novel TOKYO ROSE: Zero Hour, which tells the true story of a Japanese-American woman's persecution and ultimate redemption after World War II.

Andre R. Frattino has spent most of his comic career writing and illustrating tales focused on history, legends, and folklore. He has previously written for Image Comics and BOOM! Studios. His graphic novel, A Land Remembered: A Graphic Novel was the recipient of the 2018 Florida Book Award. Follow @arfstudios.

Kate Kasenow’s seasoned background in comics ranges from working with publishers like Archaia Entertainment, BOOM! Studios, and Oni Press as an illustrator to a stint editing multiple comics for Comixology in New York City. She previously worked with comic writer and Jeopardy contestant Andrew Rostan on his memoir Form of a Question.

This event is open to all SCAD Card holders with valid ID and the public. For more information, email Grace Grund at

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