In this workshop, join professional comic artists and discover how comics go from thumbnails, to sketches, to inks, to colors, all the way to final production. Come learn drawing skills specific to drawing for comics, and prepare yourself for a future as a comic creator!
Join Brian Essig-Peppard, creative director of DiNK Denver and professional illustrator, to learn methods for creating realistic and engaging illustrations and character designs. His experience in film, television and comic books will inform this interactive class geared toward improving your technical skills. Discover methods for engaging your target audience with striking, new art. Appropriate for adults and teens grades 9 and up. Space is limited; registration is required.
Join indpendent comic stores, I Want More Comics, for tips and tricks on how to start and maintain a comic collection. There will also be time to discuss comics with other enthusiasts. Appropriate for adults and teens in grades 9 & up. Space is limited; registration is required.
What are the names of Daenerys's dragons? Test your Game of Thrones knowledge during our trivia session. Bring your team or join one at the program. Teams can include up to four people. Costumes encouraged. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration is required.
Do you love costumes or cosplay? Learn how to make your own! Join Leora, creator of Lamia Couture, LLC, as she walks you through how to create your own costume on a budget appropriate for any occasion or event. Leora has been designing and creating costumes and couture for 15 years and is excited to share her knowledge. Appropriate for adults and teens ages 16 and up. Space is limited; registration is required.
Join this teen-run club that explores the world of Japanese animation and art. At this special Anime Club, join Pop Culture Classroom's professional comic artists and explore what differentiates Japanese manga from western comic art. Learn the skills you need to draw in a Japanese style. Appropriate for students in grades 7-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Gather to enjoy snacks and watch a documentary about the world of comic books told through the thoughts and images of the creators, artists, writers, collectors, store owners, independent publishers, and especially the passionate fans who have made it the phenomenon that it is today. Then learn about how to use our streaming movie service, Kanopy, free with your library card. Refreshments will be served. Appropriate for tweens & teens in grades 6-12. No registration required.
Make your own Fortnite-themed mini piñata that's full of surprises. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Use apps to make your own comic book. Appropriate for tweens ages 8-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
You can help your community just like your favorite superhero. Join us for fun activities and family photos. Meet Batman & Wonder Woman, and check out the Batmobile and Wonder Z cars. If you would like to be a real-life hero, bring an item to donate to a local charity working with people experiencing homelessness. Things like a pair of socks, granola bars, a bar of soap, or new toothbrushes will be accepted and donated to those in need. Feel free to come in your superhero costume or fan clothing. Refreshments will be provided. Appropriate for families and all ages. No registration required.