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  1. Redrawing Stories from the Past II

    Exhibition, Neurotitan, Berlin, Germany, 16.03.-06.04.2019

    The exhibition 'Redrawing Stories from the Past: Escape and Migration' presents the works from four European artists - Lina Itagaki (Lithuania), Emilie Josso (France), Julia Kluge (Germany) and Alice Socal (Italy). With a focus on twelve different countries, they tell the story of flight and migration as a consequence of National Socialism. All comics are based on historic documents researched for the 'Redrawing Stories from the Past' project.

    More info you can find on the gallery's website. FB event.

    Illustration by Alice Socal


  2. Redrawing Stories from the Past II

    Exhibition, COMICON - Salone Internazionale del Fumetto, Napoli, Italy, 08.04.-06.07.2019

    The exhibition 'Redrawing Stories from the Past: Escape and Migration' presents the works from four European artists - Lina Itagaki (Lithuania), Emilie Josso (France), Julia Kluge (Germany) and Alice Socal (Italy). With a focus on twelve different countries, they tell the story of flight and migration as a consequence of National Socialism. All comics are based on historic documents researched for the 'Redrawing Stories from the Past' project.

    Illustration by Alice Socal


  3. Fumetto 2019

    Small Press Market, Lucerne, Switzerland, 06.-07.04.2019, 13.-14.04.2019

    kuš! will have a table both weekends at the International Comics Arts Festival Fumetto in Lucerne. kuš! will be represented by it's editor David Schilter and by König Lü.Q..


  4. Past Events


  5. ComEdu: Creating Comics for Education, co-working meeting, 28.01.-3.02.19, Latvia

    ComEdu: Creating Comics for Education is an international co-working meeting in Latvia for educators/youth workers and artists from partner and their collaboration organizations from Latvia, Portugal and Estonia to develop educational comics for young people, led by comic artists Amanda Baeza, youth work facilitatior Sintija Lase and comics editor Sanita Muižniece.

    Dates: 28 January – 3 February 2019, Latvia, Talsu novads
    Participants: 20 youth workers and artists from Latvia, Estonia and Portugal

    Participants from Latvia, Estonia and Portugal can apply until 11 January 2019. More info here!

    This meetings is part of the ComEdu: Comics for Education, a strategic partnership between 3 partners: Grafiskie Stāsti (Latvia), NGO Mondo (Estonia) and Rota Jovem (Portugal) in the field of youth, supported by Erasmus+: Youth in Action program. Its innovative practices aim to improve and expand international youth work by bringing comic artists and youth workers together and developing educational comics as a learning and communication tool in non-formal education.



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