The keynote speaker for the Minnesota Alliance of Local History Museum's Annual Meeting and Conference has always been drawn to history.
Formerly the executive director of the Cass County Historical Society (West Fargo, ND), Steve Stark now combines his love of history with his drawing skills to create his "Illustrated History" presentations. Dressed in historical costume, Steve tells true tales of the past while fast-drawing them in charcoal on mounted rolls of paper.
The political cartoonist and artist is known as "Mr. History" for his talks to more than 5,000 school children each year as well as adults throughout the region.
See him in action on Wednesday, April 26, at the MALHM Conference at Chase on the Lake in Walker, MN. Register online with a credit card or by mail with a check. See MALHM website for more details.
An Excelsior, MN native, Steve and his wife, a retired teacher, live in Fargo, ND where he is a cartoonist and columnist for the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, and writes a feature titled “This Week in Our History.” An award-winning editorial cartoonist, Stark has published more than 3,000 cartoons. He also has illustrated four books, along with numerous illustrations for educational, newspaper and advertising publications.
Gregory M Knapp
4/14/2020 05:13:44 pm
Steve, no surprise you are known as “Mr History” . . I wondered what happened to you after you departed Troop 424 Congregational Church in Excelsior MN. Thought I would say hello from an old Scout Troop member . My mom and dad were at your dad’s funeral service they said it was very good and that you spoke about your dad. Just wanted to say hello!
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