Angoulême International Comics Festival Report 2017 (Part 1)

This is the first of a 3 part series on the Comics Workbook Experience at the 44th Angoulême International Comics Festival.

Before we get into all dissecting and reflecting on this latest edition of the heavy weight championship of comics expos, Angoulême, let’s go for a stroll, take it easy and soak it all in. What do you say?

Intentionally presented free of commentary, this series of photos invites you to take a look and see what tickles your eye. In depth reflections on this edition of the annual festival appears in the next next installment of this Comics Workbook Festival News series.

See something you like? Write down some book names and follow that curiousity! You’re sure to find more with an online search. In the next installment I’ll unpack some of these photos and with some links to outposts and hubs online to explore the perspectives that were present at this spectacular Festival.
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Juan Fernández

Juan José Fernández is a Pittsburgh comics community organizer, most recently named as one of “Pittsburgh’s Creative Forces: 12 People to Meet in 2017” in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and one of seven 2016 Fuerza awardees by Café Con Leche for providing Pittsburgh Latinx leadership. He co-organizes the annual Pittsburgh Zine Fair, leads the Pittsburgh Comics Salon, and provides educational outreach for the Comics Workbook and the ToonSeum. He currently works at the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.

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One response to “Angoulême International Comics Festival Report 2017 (Part 1)”

  1. Thank you so much for posting these photos. It’s been a while since I was in Angoulême, but this has brought back so many fabulous memories, as well as a fascinating glimpse into how the festival and the CIBDI are faring now. Next year for sure!

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