This exhibit of editorial cartoons illustrates the different perspectives on the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2020 Presidential Election. Featuring the work of cartoonists from around the country and the world, its purpose is to emphasize the intensity of the discourse on these issues while providing and forum for open discussion.
Venture through this self-guided exhibit and explore our timeline of cartoons starting with the emergence of a mysterious virus in January 2020 through the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Take a moment to leave your mark, sharing your reactions to the exhibit and the events of 2020.
When: Fall Quarter 2020
Where: Government Publications, Maps, Microforms & Newspapers, ground floor Suzzallo Library
Cartoons selected for the exhibit must be about candidates, people, and issues related to the 2020 United States Presidential election or the COVID-19 pandemic
Cartoonists included in the exhibit must have been either: