From the live painting of murals and writing of comic books in front of audiences, talks and debates between artists and fans about
the world of comics, musical performances, illustrated lectures and more, there are endless creative activities on offer during the
Brussels Comic Strip Festival.
Enjoy our selection of new comic arrivals and our favourite coups de coeur in the Culturethèque - borrowing is free of charge
for members and students. Not a member? Click here.
Don't let the kids have all the fun. There is also a selection of comics for adults on Culturethèque to help you fall in love with the
Ninth Art. Borrowing is free for members and students. Become a member here.
Look no further for a fun activity to delight and enchant your students (or yourself). Follow this Google Maps challenge, digitally wandering the streets of Brussels to find building facades and other public spaces adorned with your favourite Franco-Belgian comics.
Different styles of comics exist all over the world; the format, layout and page size can vary, which in turn, results in a unique final product. What makes a comic distinctly Franco-Belgian? Can you imitate this style in creating your own comic strip? Follow this beginner's guide for more details.
An encouraging starting point for any novice BD creator (including your students). Get tips for using visual techniques to help bring your story to life and engage your readers.
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