En Masse - Rupert Bottenberg

Rupert Bottenberg (Kentville, Nova Scotia, 1971), formerly the music editor of the Montreal Mirror newsweek- ly, is co-director of EN MASSE and co-creator of Lost Myths, a cryptomythological graphic-lit project with writer Claude Lalumière. A devoted comics artist and enthusiast, he has created strips for anthologies in the US, Canada, and Europe, founded the Montreal Comic Jam events, served as comics correspondent on CBC Radio’s Brave New Waves show, and overseen comics-related events for several Montreal festivals, including the Fantasia Film Festival, with which he has worked since its inception in 1996. His commercial illustrations have graced many CD covers and publications as diverse as Screw, Star Wars Kids, and a series of Urdu- instruction textbooks for Pakistani-Canadian kids. He has also dabbled in short-film creation and animation, as well as painting, sculpture, and printmaking, and has curated a number of group art shows in Montreal.

Rupert Bottenberg (Kentville, Nova Scotia, 1971), formerly the music editor of the Montreal Mirror newsweek- ly, is co-director of EN MASSE and co-creator of Lost Myths, a cryptomythological graphic-lit project with writer Claude Lalumière. A devoted comics artist and enthusiast, he has created strips for anthologies in the US, Canada, and Europe, founded the Montreal Comic Jam events, served as comics correspondent on CBC Radio’s Brave New Waves show, and overseen comics-related events for several Montreal festivals, including the Fantasia Film Festival, with which he has worked since its inception in 1996. His commercial illustrations have graced many CD covers and publications as diverse as Screw, Star Wars Kids, and a series of Urdu- instruction textbooks for Pakistani-Canadian kids. He has also dabbled in short-film creation and animation, as well as painting, sculpture, and printmaking, and has curated a number of group art shows in Montreal.

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