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Friday, May 5 at 7 PM - 11 PM WotStudios : Workshops, Studios & Art-Services 8 Weirs Lane,, North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3051
Join us for the fourth installment of the ‘united front’ of underground comic book publishers of the world. This month, there’s copies of 3 oversized anthologies from Clube do Inferno + some prints and books on display from Chilli Com Carne.
International comics art show TONIGHT at Silent Army Storeroom in North Melbourne 7- 11pm w/ oversize anthologies from and Clube do Inferno and prints from http://chilicomcarne.blogspot.com.au/ out of Portugal. Live sounds from https://sargood.bandcamp.com/releases and BYO fun at the monthly open studio goodness of WotStudios : Workshops, Studios & Art-Services Come and say ola! and get some fine comics Melbourne friends!
Shipping deadlines are coming on hard for the Topatoco store, so get your orders in!
Homecooked Comics Mini-Market
12-5pm, Sunday 30th April, 309-311 Victoria St, Brunswick, Victoria, Australia
The Homecooked Comics Mini-Market is a new event brought to you by the team behind the Homecooked Comics Festival.
Sunday 30th of April will see 27 artists and publishers exhibiting graphic novels, comics and zines for sale across two studios in Brunswick. Squishface Comic Studio (309 Victoria St) and aHa studio (311 Victoria St).
New faces from both Victoria and interstate, as well as established local creators, will all be in attendance, all with new books. Pick up Laura Burroni’s The Fistman, an autobiographical book about life as an Italian migrant in Australia, Cristian Roux’s historical account of the life of Melbourne detective John Christie or Volume 2 of Fil Barlow’s influential book Zooniverse, just to name a few!
As always Homecooked Comics brings you the best of what the Australian comics scene has to offer.
Celebrate drawing and publishing at Australia’s home of comics-making, Squishface Comic Studio.
Homecooked Comics Festival
Come down to buy new books from the following artists and publishers.
Fil Barlow and Helen Maier
Squishface Studio Artists
Milk Shadow Books
Paper Tree Press and Pikitia Press
Sophia Parsons Cope
Steve Carter and Antoinette Ryder
w/ live music by Bogano
At French Institute, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Cambodian-French artist Keu Tian chronicles his family’s survival of the Khmer Rouge time, in a series of 3 graphic novels, “ L’année du lièvre “.
An exposition opening will be held at Phnom Penh’s French Institute on International Human Rights Day, Thursday December 10th.
“Tian was born three days after the fall of Phnom Penh in 1975. From his first years, he didn’t keep any precise memories , but he decided to collect the testimony of his father – a doctor by this time – in order to make a graphic novel. It has resulted in L’année du lièvre, a trilogy that tells his family’shistory: the escape attempts, the ordinary cruelty, and the indoctrination. While the third volume of L’année du lièvre will be released in France, the French Institute is presenting an exhibition tracing the artistic journey of Tian, from the very first sketches to the final plates.Besides this exhibition, a discussion with Tian will also be held on on Tuesday 15 December at 6.30pm. He will also take part in a series of workshops organized in partnership with Ngos Sipar and Phare Ponleu Selpak.Tian: L’année du lièvre. The making of a graphic novel.Launch on Thursday 10 December at 6.30pm.Exhibition in French, Khmer and English. Until 16 January 2015.Free entrance. Discussion with Tian: Tuesday 15 December at 6.30pm.”
Please also visit: Tian’s blog
Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/483534001847372/permalink/485852431615529/
French Institute site / event profile: http://institutfrancais-cambodge.com/en/expo-tian-lannee-du-lievre/
Here are a few old dream comics! My dreams used to have a lot of surreal processions and festivals in them. Now my actual life has them because people in this town will do anything for a chance to say to hell with traffic let’s shuffle down the street - and I don’t ever dream at all.
Congrats to Ben Hutcho on his 40th!