• Teaching a body positive life drawing workshop at Curves in Bloom
    February 24, 2018
  • Emerald City Comic Con! I will be signing my books at the Outsider Comics and Geek Boutique table (HG104) on Thursday, March 1, 11am-1pm.
  • Teaching class at North Seattle College, Spring 2018
    Drawing Your Story
    This course is designed to teach students how to tell their stories and draw the people in their lives. We will focus on cartooning for female creators, including biographical stories and body positivity.


  • A featured artist at Geek Bound Fashion and Trunk Show
    In collaboration Outsider Comics and Geek Boutique
    Thursday September 28, 2017 6PM-9PM
    appearing via Emerald Comics Distro



  • Booth at Geek Girl Con selling comics and merch with my table-mates artist Robin Elan and I’ll Make It Myself!
    September 30 and October 1
    WSCC level 4 in the exhibitors’ hall. Our booth is F107. Queer/Body Positive/Mental Health comix, zines, stickers, prints, and more!<


  • Speaker at the Fat Activism Conference
    Tools for the Revolution
    October 6-8, 2017
    My talk is The Importance of Representation and Diversity in Comics and Pop Culture


  • SHORT RUN 2017
    Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. 11 am – 6 pm. FREE! All-Ages!
    I have a table, hope to see you there!



  • Grab Back Comics reading at Third Place Books Seward Park
    Thursday, September 21 at 7 PM – 8 PM
    Grab Back Comics is a curated collection of comics stories about sexual assault, harassment, rape culture, and advocacy. Telling these difficult personal stories is a political act, an act of love and resistance. Grab Back encourages artists to tell their own stories and the stories of others, and presents this work with pride and admiration. The project is intended to be a safe landing spot for people looking for first-person stories, media representations and educational resources.
  • Facilitating Comic Making 101 at Gender Odyssey Teen Program
    Friday Aug 25 1:20pm – 2:50pm
    Have you ever wanted to learn how comics and graphic novels are created, designed, illustrated, and put out into the world? Are you interested in exploring a new way to express yourself or your ideas? Join published local cartoonist and body positive illustrator Tatiana Gill in Comic Making 101. In this workshop, Tatiana will not only teach you how comics are created, but you’ll also get a hands-on class and make your very own. Provided are materials from pen and paper to a blank Marvel comic background cell sheet where you can drop in your own superhero or personal character creations. A “Don’t Miss This” event for those who like to draw, doodle, express themselves, or have always been curious about the world-wide phenomenon of comic books
  • Wombgenda Book Signing
    Arcane Comics – 15202 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133
    August 9, 2017 4-8PM
    Friday June 16, 6-9PM
    Fantagraphic Bookstore and Gallery
    1201 S Vale St, Seattle WA 98108
    In association with the 2017 Comics & Medicine Conference, a launch party for Tatiana Gill’s new autobio comic book “Wombgenda.” Also featuring guest appearances by comix luminaries!
  • Body-Positive Figure Drawing with Tatiana Gill at Populuxe Brewing
    Sunday, June 25, 3-5PM
    Populuxe Brewing
    826B NW 49th Street, Seattle WA 98107
    Join The Seattle Public Library for an afternoon of drawing practice at Populuxe Brewing in Ballard. Tatiana Gill will lead you through a series of drawing exercises working with live, clothed models, including plus-size, body positivity model Curvy Curly Chelsie. Emphasis will be on a body-positive approach to drawing and representation. Patrons of every skill level are encouraged to attend. Bring something to draw on and something to draw with.
  • Comics on Health Care Access Exhibit
    June 7-30
    Central Library
    1000 Fourth Ave, Seattle WA 98104
    “On October 2016, the Seattle/King County Clinic provided free medical, dental and vision care to 4,492 patients over four days in Key Arena. This giant free clinic is produced by 3,947 volunteers who donate their time to provide a full range of free dental, vision and medical care to underserved and vulnerable populations.This year, local comics artists were invited to attend the Clinic and collected patient stories to illustrate the need in the community and what’s driving people to a free clinic. The pieces on display in the Living Room are a few of the stories they collected. The exhibit will be on display June 7-30.The project is supported by Public Health – Seattle & King County and the Seattle Center Foundation to promote public discussion about health disparities and the challenges people face in accessing health care every day.”
  • Perfect Bound Podcast – May 1, 2017
    Tune in to episode 116 when I will be a guest and discuss my work
  • Northwest Cartoonists Cookbook
    April 29, 2017, 1-3 PM at the Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery
    Come hang out, read my and other NW Cartoonists recipe comics, and have a slice of my key lime marshmallow meringue pie!
    Fantagraphics Bookstore celebrates Independent Bookstore Day with a sumptuous reception for the Northwest Cartoonists Cookbook, a culinary minicomic created especially for the occasion.
  • The History of Queer Comix (presenting with Zan Christensen of NW Press) – The Power of One LGBTQ Student Leadership Conference at Bellevue College
  • The Panel Jumper **Live** Chapter IV
    A comic book themed cabaret event
    April 14, 2017
    Join us for our fourth chapter celebrating the magic of sequential storytelling– comic books! An extravaganza with Star-Trek burlesque, comedy, nerd-rock and trivia. Our very special industry guest Tatiana Gill is a Seattle-based cartoonist, illustrator and teacher whose work delves into feminism, mental health, recovery, vulnerability and body positivity while reflecting upon the diversity of women so often underrepresented in the media.
    West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St, Seattle, Washington
    Buy tickets here<
  • Patient Stories from the SKC Clinic Exhibition Celebration
    March 9-April 1, 2017
    A dozen comics artists captured stories from patients at the Seattle/King County Clinic, a giant, pop-up healthcare event held at Seattle Center in October 2016. Their comics journalism pieces draw attention to the diversity of people facing challenges with everyday healthcare access, and question the future of healthcare with the possible dismantling of the Affordable Care Act. Timed with the Capitol Hill Art Walk, the comic strips will be exhibited at Cupcake Royale. (the art exhibit will be on display until the end of April)
  • Art Show at Populuxe Brewing
    Populuxe is excited to present the work of Tatiana Gill. Gill is a Seattle based cartoonist who uses her art to show strength and vulnerability, reflecting the diversity of women so often underrepresented in the media. Her work will be on sale in the tasting room throughout the month of November.
    Opening night party!
    Populuxe Presents November Featured Artist Tatiana Gill
    Friday November 4, 2017 4:30-10 PM
    826 NW 49th St, Seattle, Washington 98107
  • Extruder Release Party
    Bastard offspring of Seattle’s notorious Intruder, the second issue of Extruder gathers a new crop of cartoonists together in one hefty volume of indie underground comix.
    Whether you pick one up at the party or come with your copy from Short Run; this is your chance to hang out with the artists, get personalised copies and see original art from Extruder contributors.
    Friday November 11, 2017 7-10 PM
    Push/Pull – 5484 Shilshole Ave NW, Seattle, Washington 98107
  • The most incredible Short Run is Saturday, November 5, 2016! I won’t have a table this year but I’ll be volunteering at the bake sale, 12-4pm. Come say hello!
  • My art show Down To Clown (featuring original artwork from my books such as Down to Clown and Plus, along with community-colored pages from Down to Clown) is up through July 8th at the Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery!
  • Clown Coloring Contest with Tatiana Gill
    Saturday, June 25, 2016 1-3PM
    Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery
    Come color pages from Tatiana Gill’s new coloring book Down to Clown. Corn dogs! Cotton candy! Caramel corn! Cool prizes! (Everyone’s a winner!) Free fun!
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    Fri, June 3, 2016 – 6:30pm-8:00pm
    Come and celebrate the 16th annual Olympia Comics Festival, an event centered on
    alternative, arts-for-arts-sake comic books. Two of this year’s guests of honor,
    Tatiana Gill and Brandon Graham, will present their work, take audience
    questions and sign copies of their books. This event will occur after regular
    library hours and no other library services will be available.All library programs are free and open to the public.
  • Olympia Comics Festival

    Saturday June 4, 2016- 11 AM – 9 PM

    It’s Olympia’s annual celebration of creator-owned, art-for-art’s sake comic books!
    Our Guests Of Honor this year are Peter Bagge (Hate, Woman Rebel, Weirdo, Mad, Founding Fathers Funnies) , Tatiana Gill (Omnibusted, Living In The Now, Plus: Body Positive Drawings), and Brandon Graham (Multiple Warheads, King City, Prophet, 8House, Island).
    Festivities will consist of:
    – Cartoonists Expo, 11 am – 4:30 pm, The Olympia Center (222 Columbia St NW) – Dozens of talented comic book creators offering up their wares to satisfy your penchant for purchasing and perusal! Also panel discussions, interviews, and presentations to educate, enlighten, entertain, and elate! And food trucks and other fun times! Admission to the Expo is free (but you will most likely buy some comics)!
    12:30 PM – Body Positivity in comics panel with Tatiana Gill & ET Russian!
    1:30 pm – Spotlight on Tatiana Gill – hear about Tat’s days in Olympia, and her books Plus, Living In The Now, & more!
    – Signings with Guests Of Honor, 4 – 6 pm, Danger Room (201 W 4th Ave) – Peter Bagge, Tatiana Gill, and Brandon Graham will be signing copies of their work (which will also be available for purchase) at your friendly neighborhood Danger Room! Autographs are free.
    – Stage Show, 7- 9 pm, Capitol Theater (206 5th Ave) – Essentially a variety/talk show that is all about comics! Expect a roundtable discussion from our Guests Of Honor, stand-up comedy, slideshows, a pun-off between Brandon Graham and Danger Room’s own Casey Bruce, and more! Admission is $6 (CHEAP)!