Every Picture Tells A Story: New Yorker artists in conversation

Creating cartoons and illustrations for The New Yorker is the brass ring for artists. But keeping the hallowed 85-year-old publication up to date with topical cartoons and cover paintings is a challenge. How do these A-list illustrators do it? How did they break in to begin with? And what are the secret stories behind these miniature works of art? Moderated by Matt Silady. Drinks and snacks provided. Doors open at 6:30, but nobody can be admitted after 7:15 pm.