W.E.B. Du Bois’ THE COMET for Carnegie Hall

W.E.B. Du Bois’ THE COMET for Carnegie Hall

THE COMET COMETH. Greetings Dieselfunkateers! Dieselfunk Studios is, again, an official festival partner of @CarnegieHall with a graphic novel adaptation exhibit, talks & reading of W.E.B. Du Bois’ seminal sci-fi short story, THE COMET. Jan-May 2024

https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2024/01/26/the-comet-cometh-a-graphic-adaptation-of-w-e-b-du-boiss-ithe-cometi-1200pm

More info www.cometcometh.com
SCHOMCOM 2022 How to Draw Black Superheroes & Comics

SCHOMCOM 2022 How to Draw Black Superheroes & Comics

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond

SCHOMBURG BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL Friday, January 15 11:00 AM EST

How to Draw Black Superheroes & Comics

Join Tim Fielder (Infinitum, DieselFunk Studios) for a master class on drawing comics. This program is open to all ages, but it is especially geared towards young people ages 5 and up.

Guest: Tim Fielder

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Today! 2PM CXC BLACK METROPOLIS

Today! 2PM CXC BLACK METROPOLIS

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  Tim Fielder here.  TODAY, myself and fellow visual afrofuturist, Stacey Robinson, will participate in Jeff Smith’s amazing Cartoon Crossroads Columbus CXC.

BLACK METROPOLIS: THE ROAD TO INFINITUM. A CONVERSATION WITH GRAPHIC NOVELIST, TIM FIELDER

REGISTER HERE:  https://cartooncrossroadscolumbus.org/sessions/black-metropolis-the-road-to-infinitum-a-conversation-with-graphic-novelist-tim-fielder/

The marketing for INFINITUM; An Afrofuturist Tale’, is really starting to ramp up.  Thusly, as the release of INFINITUM gets closer to publication by HarperCollins Amistad on January 19th, 2021, we were grateful that CXC allowed my career over the decades to be discussed.  If you ever wanted to see how black cartooning intersects with Black Rock Music, Yoruba religious modalities, and Science Fiction, THIS IS IT!

INFINITUM and Matty in ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST

INFINITUM and Matty in ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST

ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST: Afrofuturism Has Always Looked Forward

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!  The Road to INFINITUM continues as we close in on our release date of January 19, 2021INFINITUM: An Afrofuturist Tale, published by HarperCollins Amistad, is my long sought graphic novel labor of love.  The proofs have been sent out, cover blurbs acquired, cover art finalized, and alas, the book files have been sent to the printer.

As the media ramps up we have been pleasantly surprised in Dieselfunk Studios by a very sweet article in Architectural Digest by wonderful author, Taylor Crumpton.  Check it out HERE.  Also, gotta admit, it’s cool being mentioned in the same light as Sun Ra, Octavia Butler, and Janelle Monáe. COOL INDEED

BACK TO IT!

 

NPR’S CLOSER LOOK with Rose Scott on BLACK METROPOLIS & Tim Fielder

NPR’S CLOSER LOOK with Rose Scott on BLACK METROPOLIS & Tim Fielder

NPR’S CLOSER LOOK with Rose Scott on BLACK METROPOLIS & Tim Fielder

Greetings Dieselfunkateers!

BUCKET LIST LEVEL ACHIEVED!

EMILIA BROCKWABE  https://www.wabe.org/episode/closer-look-black-metropolis-exhibit-of-comic-book-artist-tim-fielders-work-stockbridge-mayor-anthony-ford/We talked about Afrofuturism and my experience.  Also, special tip: on the site you’ll see a preview of INFINITUM.  As an artist I have longed to be recognized for my work on a deeper level.  For me, this extends beyond the borders of the comic industry into the deeper community at large.  To achieve this goal I have my ‘goto’ outlets, one of which was always to be interviewed by National Public Radio.  This wonderful experience was conducted by the Great Rose Scott

 

Scott is known for hard-hitting journalism on both the local and international scene.  She brought it and I barely hung on from her probing queries.  Bah…I LOVED EVERY MINUTE as can be seen below:

This was a fulfillment of the highest magnitude.  I’d like to thank NPR, Rose, and crew, and WABE for all of their wonderful support and attention.

 

 

BLACK METROPOLIS CONTINUES at The Hammonds House Museum 

Tim Fielder
Black Metropolis: 30 Years of Afrofuturism, Comics, Music, Animation, Decapitated Chickens, Heroes, Villains and Negroes 

October 12-November 25, 2018

Back To INFINITUM!