pop-up library

Panel on Storytelling is up!

Have a look at this great discussion that covers a lotβ€” from why comics are an accessible and unique medium for storytelling to how to make comics more diverse through representation both on and behind the page. Also, some great anecdotes and conversation on the creative process, formal features like gutters and time in comics, retelling histories, and the challenges of creating comics! Panel moderated by Dr. Brooke Winterstein. Panelists include: Ryan North, Jason Loo, Georgia Webber, Stephanie Cooke, Ardo…

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Ojitos Borrosos by Ines Estrada

New comics! Recently catalogued!

πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’– Comics included here will be available at our upcoming launch event (in the company of many others)! Visit our pop-up library on November 24th and you can cozy up with a comic all afternoon. πŸ™‚ Please visit our online catalogue for more information on comics and co-creators! Click on the cover photos for individual summaries. Please follow and like us:

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Canada Comics Open Library launch event!

Hello! Welcome to our website, officially launched today! We are excited to announce that we will be holding our official launch event on November 24th from 11AM – 4PM at The519, located at 519 Church St (Room 106), Toronto, ON. This event will include: A pop up library all day from 11am-4pm, a panel discussion on storytelling in comics from 12pm-1:30pm, and artist-led workshops as well from 2:15-4pm. Accessibility information:Β The519 is an AODA accessible location. There are main floor gender…

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Homepage Comics by Bo Doodley.

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Toronto Branch
Canada Comics Open Library
@ Centre for Social Innovation
585 Dundas Street East, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5A 2B7
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