During the summer of 2021 and 2022 two summer camps were held and organised by Comic Art Europe in Barcelona and Brussels. During these camps, students, from all over Europe, spent the whole week together: they attended classes, held workshops, shared ideas and experiences to achieve an intensive work environment. The main goal was to offer an overview of the possibilities of professionalization in
the field of comics internationally, reviewing different places and production, considering all the opportunities a young artist might have.
The mornings were dedicated to master classes by invited professors and the afternoons were organised to develop the work of the students, usually with the collaboration of the guests themselves.
The Comic Art Europe Project researched different aspects of these summer camps: which parts were succesful, which parts were less useful? These findings were recorded down in detailed reports. Comic Art Europe is now sharing this information to disseminate concrete tools to other organisations in order to be able to organise similar camps, or share ideas, to help young artists take their first steps into the professional world.
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A glimpse of the 2022 Summer Camp in Brussels…
The 2022 Summer Camp of Comic Art Europe (@comicarteurope) has come to an end.
Last year, it was the wonderful city of Barcelona that welcomed the 20 young artists for the first edition of Comic Art Europe’s Summer Camp.
Last year, it was the wonderful city of Barcelona that welcomed the 20 young artists for the first edition of Comic Art Europe’s summer Camp. This year, it’s in Brussels that the talented participants will join each other for an amazing week. Read more
You are a young comic artist? Student, self taught, but not a professional yet? This camp is for you!
Comic Art Europe’s first Summer Camp was a hit!
The new deadline for applications is April 9th!