Dean Alston

Dean Alston

Cartoonist at The West Australian

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Location:
50 Hasler Road, Osborne Park, Western Australia, Australia
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+61 8 9482 3186

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Cartoonist  - Seven West Media Limited

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Dean Alston
An artist and social commentator, Dean Alston was a cartoonist at The West Australian for 25 years. During this time he won every major journalism award for cartoonists in Australia, including the coveted national Walkley Award for Australia's Best Cartoon. His satirical cartoons were followed by readers of The West Australian as a key source of artistic commentary on the news of the day. Dean has acted as mentor to two generations of artists at The West Australian, has several books featuring his cartoons published, and his work is proudly displayed on walls around the State from Terrace boardrooms to worksite kitchens in the Pilbara. Dean Alston

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Cartoon Masterclass with Dean Alston
Photo of Dean Alston An artist and social commentator, Dean has been a cartoonist at The West Australian for 25 years and in this time has been awarded every major journalism award for cartoonists in Australia, including the coveted national Walkley Award for Australia's Best Cartoon. His satirical cartoons are followed closely by readers of The West Australian as the key source of artistic commentary on the news of the day, and he is the most highly recognised cartoonist in the State. Dean has had several books featuring his cartoons published, and his work is proudly displayed on walls around the State from Terrace boardrooms to worksite kitchens in the Pilbara. Dean Alston was recently named citizen of the year, Arts and Culture.

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Dean Alston
An artist and social commentator, Dean has been a cartoonist at The West Australian for 25 years and in this time has been awarded every major journalism award for cartoonists in Australia, including the coveted national Walkley Award for Australia's Best Cartoon. His satirical cartoons are followed closely by readers of The West Australian as the key source of artistic commentary on the news of the day, and he is the most highly recognised cartoonist in the State. He has acted as mentor to two generations of artists at The West Australian, has had several books featuring his cartoons published, and his work is proudly displayed on walls around the State from Terrace boardrooms to worksite kitchens in the Pilbara.

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