Prairie Comics Festival is a free to attend weekend festival in Winnipeg celebrating the best in comics creation on the prairies!
Festival Info at-a-glance:
251 Donald Street
MILLENNIUM LIBRARY, second floor
Friday, May 4, 2018: Professional Development Day (guests only)
Saturday, May 5 2018: 10:30 am – 5 pm
Sunday, May 6 2018: 1 – 5 pm
This festival features a market for creators of comic content, including artists, writers, and publishers, to interact with fans, promote their material, sell their wares, and meet other creators. Eligible content includes webcomics, print comics, graphic novels, zines, comics in non-traditional formats, and cartoons. The focus of this content is on original comic content, along with content created by the artists under license from the copyright holder.
In order to ensure this as best as we are able, the table selection is juried rather than first come, first served.
More than just a space to promote the creation of comics and discover new stories (many of which are unlikely to be found anywhere outside of this festival!), this weekend is intended to be a community experience to share your love of the comics medium! Panels will be held in an adjoining room where you can volunteer to share your passion and knowledge with fans and creators.
Admission and table space is free in order to encourage all to attend!
The event will take place in Winnipeg’s Millennium Library, the venue is accessible.
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The planning committee for the 2018 festival is Hope Nicholson, Scott Ford, Nyala Ali, S.M. Beiko, Alicia May, and Sara Wilde, along with co-organizers: The Winnipeg Public Library.