Nicholas Moreau is a local graphic designer, and member of Visual Arts Brampton. Moreau was once a sports writer for the Brampton Bulletin. He is an administrator and press contact for Wikipedia, and has appeared on CP24 and G4TechTV, and in articles across North America, representing the site.
Brampton - Editorial cartoonist Steve Nease will talk about his works, on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm, at the Visual Arts Brampton Creative Studio.
Nease began creating political cartoons in 1978 for the The Oakville Journal Record, launching his PUD comic strip at the Oakville Beaver in 1984. His reflections on the news and on family life appear in Metroland newspapers across Ontario, including the Brampton Guardian.
Steve’s political cartoons hang on the walls of people such as former PM Paul Martin, Mike Harris, and Don Cherry.
His works are on display at Visual Arts Brampton's Artway Gallery until May 25. Artway is located at the northwest entrance to Shoppers World mall, and is on visible regular mall hours. Shoppers World is at 499 Main Street South in Brampton, Ontario (at Steeles Avenue and Main Street South (Highway 10)).
Visual Arts Brampton has shown his most recent works every April at Artway since 1999 in their "Laughlines" show.
The studio where the talk will take place is across the road in the Bartley Square Mall, 1 Bartley Bull Parkway, located on the corner of Steeles Avenue and Main Street South (Highway 10).