Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Comic Con-Version Back for 2015


Following the success of last year's event at Ashfield Library, Comic Con-Versation is back in 2015, even bigger, and now presented jointly across several libraries in Sydney.

If you have a personal or professional interest in graphic novels and their kin, mark your diary to find out about the local scene for working writers and artists, events for the public who love this style, and workshops for those who want to begin creating their own works. A broad range of events are presented across six libraries over the six days, with exhibitions, workshops, children's activities, panel discussions (a highlight for me last year), and a visit/photo opportunity from the Iron Throne at Concord Library, all capped off by a closing evening at Ashfield Library on Saturday 3 October from 3pm - 8pm. Some events require bookings, so get your act together soon.

With graphic works being mined for movies and TV,  prose works being reworked into graphic form, and graphic works for education growing, build your knowledge of this format and geek out with some of your established favourites. Last year's event was so rewarding (See my blog post from then) I can't wait for the long weekend to come around.

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Lauren Castan






1 comment:

  1. I have always been an ardent fan of graphic narratives so I never miss any opportunity to visit such a fun event whenever it is in town. I work at a self storage nearby so I did have the chance to pay a visit to this recent Comic Con with a few colleagues before we all started our afternoon shift.

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