|COMIC CULTURE is starting again!
SPRING 2018 SCHEDULE:
COMIC CULTURE 2019:
COMIC CULTURE: DYNAMIC BRONX
Now's the Time to start registering your kids (ages 9 to 14) for
the 2019 COMIC CULTURE cycle.
The class starts Saturday, April 20th, 11am on the 3rd floor of:
The Bronx Museum of the Arts;
1040 Grand Concourse (@165th St),
And goes all the way to the end of June.
Open enrollment continues until May 18th.
This Spring we focus on comics, manga, writing and even
basic Photoshop, and will use the multicultural legends and
styles of our dynamic Bronx landscape to tell our thrilling tales.
Guest speakers will include professional cartoonists and
artists from all over the world.
All art supplies are provided free.
Send their name age, and contact info to:
or register the first two sessions on site.
or call us at 347 427-7553
*its important to get there on time this time and every time.
|FOR THE TWEEN AND TEEN WHO LOVES MANGA, ANIME AND COMICS! Click here to register your kid now, or Just send your
kid's name, age and info to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 347 427-7553
|OUR TEEN COMIC CULTURE PROGRAM
STARTS Saturday.MAY 18th!
Monsters Of The Bronx
A Spring series of Cartooning/Manga classes designed for the
committed teen artist/writer that is interested in telling stories in
different media. We focus on the dark terrifying side of Bronx
mythology and legends and create short dynamic stories in manga
and film forms. Free supplies provided, guest pro speakers, and all the
monsters you can handle.. and then some.
Only 6 Saturdays, starting May 18th, 1pm
at the Bronx Museum Of The Arts.
Passing Phase One automatically gets you into Phase Two.
#comicculture #monstersofthebronx #ivanvelezjr
All art supplies included with free admission.
WHERE: 3rd floor classroom; the Bronx Museum Of the Arts;
1040 Grand Concourse, Bx, NY, 10456
HOW: 1 /2 bus to 165th St/Grand Concourse or D/4 train to 167th Street\
You can reserve a spot for yourself by e-mailing
email@example.com or call (347) 427-7553.
You can also register on site at 11:30am on May 19th.
This project is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York
City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council
and the Bronx Council on the Arts.
We’d also like to thank the Bronx Museum of the Arts for providing
their wonderful space.