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Providence Comics Consortium Screen Printing Programs

KRARI 2018 T ShirtJoin us for the 2018 Kids Reading Across Rhode Island The First Rule of Punk summer workshops with The Providence Comics Consortium!
The Providence Comics Consortium started in 2010 as a series of comics workshops at the Providence Community Library, with a special emphasis on publishing diy books that would be available for check out through the library system. Since then the PCC’s horde of adult and kid artists have created countless workshops, comic books, magazines, a novel, a book of short stories, and have even manifested experimental parades and pneumatic tube fueled advice booths. Most recently the Consortium published a book of their time-tested drawing games: The Giant Book of Visionary Sketchbook Games.
In this one day Providence Comics Consortium program, kids will submerge into visionary sketchbook games, character creation, and pencilling & inking pages for a comic-zine that they get to take home!
July 9  –  Rochambeau Library (4:00pm)
July 18 – Pawtucket Library – (4:00pm)

In this one day Providence Comics Consortium Screen Printing program, kids will learn about diy printing, get a chance to pull their own print. After making a poster or a t-shirt and drying it at the drying station, they’ll get to color their print and take it home.

July 12 – West Warwick Library (10:30am)
July 16 – Central Falls Library (2:30pm)
July 25 – Washington Park Library (2:00pm)
August 1 – Woonsocket Library (3:00pm)
August 17 – Wanskuck Library (time tbd)
These programs are made possible by a grant from TD Charitable Foundation to the RI Center for the Book in support of Kids Reading Across Rhode Island

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