Inky exhibition extravaganza ahead, opening this weekend!
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival has announced its first American patrons
Information on an upcoming free exhibition of cartoons from Gay News and Capital Gay, featuring work by artists such as David Shenton, Kate Charlesworth and more
London’s Bookery Gallerie and the Cartoon Museum are to host exhibitions of work by Bryan and Mary Talbot, both opening soon
“Draw The Line: 100+ Things You Can Do To Change The World!” book launches in March, with real and virtual events
Draw The Line, a comics project now to be published as a book by Street Noise Books – and will launch with two events in the UK, one virtual and one in real life
Richard Sheaf’s take on this year’s busy, back in the real world Lakes International Comic Art Festival…
Submit illustrations, paintings or drawings that celebrate the theme “Queer Creativity”
Are you ready for “Battle of the Toons”? Lakes International Comic Art Festival ready to go ahead, announces more guests
More great guests heading to Kendal in October, plus a transatlantic hook-up planned, too!
Ramping up for the 2021 Festival in October
Marking an impressive landmark bringing over 200 hours of comics content to your ears, the latest episode of the Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast – Episode 60, no less! – brings with it a smashing interview with artist and… Read More ›