Evernote-ScanSnap Cartoon Art Museum Event and Class

Posted by Ron Toledo on 17 Sep 2010

Posted by Ron Toledo on 17 Sep 2010

Here on the Noteworthy Blog we have been showcasing a few of the many ways that people use Evernote as part of their creative process. To cap off our Creativity Series, we’ve teamed up with the Fujitsu ScanSnap folks to throw a fun event meant to get those creative juices flowing.

Join us on Thursday, September 30th for an event at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco. Come out a see the great exhibits, meet some cool people and have a drink with your fellow Evernoters.

Event Details

  • Date: Thursday, September 30th
  • Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Location: 655 Mission Street, San Francisco
  • Get your FREE tickets. Space is limited so be sure to pre-register. We will be charging at the door, so make sure to get a free ticket now.

Private cartooning class

We’ve partnered with the Cartoon Art Museum for a special private drawing class that will take place at the museum on the night of the meetup. You’ll learn the fundamentals of cartooning and actually create your own superhero. Then, you’ll use Evernote and ScanSnap to save your work. Space is very limited.

If you’re interested, leave a comment describing a superhero (existing or new) that best suits you. We will randomly select a handful of people from among the commenters to participate. We will contact the selected individuals directly, so be sure to use a real email address when leaving your comment. To be considered, comments must be submitted by 12pm PT on Wednesday September 29th. Good luck!.

* The class starts at 6:00pm and lasts approximately 1 hour. After the class you can join the event at the museum.

About the Museum

The Cartoon Art Museum is the only museum in the western United States dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of cartoon art in all its forms. This unique institution houses approximately 6,000 original pieces in its permanent collection. A complete volume research/library facility is located on the museum’s premises. In addition to seven major exhibitions a year, the museum has a classroom for cartoon art.

Special thanks to Fujitsu ScanSnap

A very special thanks to Fujitsu ScanSnap for partnering with us on this event. Here’s the blog post that shows how our products work together. They’ll be there showing of all the ways you can use the Fujitsu ScanSnap scanners to capture  your creativity and store it digitally in your external brain, Evernote.

Evernote Creative Series Posts


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  • Robert in SF

    I have had the same superhero idea in my head for a long time:

    He has a hyper-accelerated/efficient nervous system that basically supercharges his strength, speed, senses, thinking, etc, while providing a shield-like effect around his body to protect him. It also allows him to discharge energy, like a static shock, with an effect like a stun gun for individuals or electronic equipment. However, it takes him some time to work up the current, as it were, to start using his abilities, and thus his weakness is that he isn’t always “on” and can be incapacitated easily when he’s not empowered. All rights reserved on this idea. 🙂

  • AJessen

    I love the superhero idea. My son who’s almost 18 now has been doing quite a lot of animations. Perhaps this is a good place to start for him.

  • Darren Chan

    Grew up reading comics, learned how to draw by copying the guys from Image (not Liefeld =P). I’ve been getting interested in alternative energy, would be a cool idea to have a superhero that could amplify external natural energy. Sun, wind, water currents. I guess he would be a technologist of some sort building equipment that could run off the amplified energy his body emits. I imagine this guy to be a Bruce Wayne intellectual guy mixed with the mutant power described above.