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News > January 11, 2019
Call for projects!
The Montreal Comic Arts Festival is kicking off its 8th edition!
This year, once again, we would love for you to be an active part of it. In 2019, MCAF’s theme is ‘international’. We will be addressing, among other things, the notions of borders, belonging, and integration.
We are looking for applicants to host workshops about comics, of course, or any other subject that you are passionate about. If you have ideas for discussions, round tables, or conferences that you’d like to propose, we would love to hear it!
To apply, you need:
-past experience hosting a workshop or conference
-an awesome idea linked to comics
-to prepare a workshop of about 45 minutes in length
Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and submit your project before Wednesday,
News > November 12, 2018
Louise Guillemette-Labory the new MCAF president!
Louise Guillemette-Labory has been interested in comics for a long time. A member of the administrative committee of MCAF for more than 3 years, and former director of the Réseau des bibliothèques de Montréal (Montreal library network), this litterature scholar has recently accepted a proposition from François Mayeux to replace him as the head of the festival. We met her with a few questions:
“I’ve read a lot of comics and I’m still a fan. In the 70s, I went to a comics festival at the Université de Montréal where I met my idols: Lauzier, Gotlib, Bretécher, etc.,
News > June 4, 2018
Give your feedback!
MCAF thanks you for your participation and wonderful energy !
Thanks for your interest and record attendance to our activities.
In order to prepare 2019, we invite you to fill out our survey.
News > May 4, 2018
Reading suggestions before MCAF
Prepare yourself for MCAF
Cartoonist, sequential artist, and entertainer known world-wide for her fanciful creations. At age 21 she scored her first publishing deal with Fantagraphics for her title Meat Cake.
Meat Cake Bible, Dame Darcy, Fantagraphics Books, 2016
Yokoi Sanpo & Miki Yamamoto
Yokoi Sanpo is a mangaka attached to Ibaraki Creators’ House. Miki Yamamoto, underground artist, is an Art &
News > April 18, 2018
Meags Fitzgerald designed 2018 MCAF poster
After Michel Rabagliati, Les Nombrils, Jacques Ferrandez, Seth, Jean Paul Eid et Boum, our 2018 poster is designed by Meags Fitzgerald
Montreal-based illustrator, writer and performer. She is the author of the queer coming of age memoir Long Red Hair and of the history and travelogue, Photobooth: A Biography, for which she won the 2015 Doug Wright Spotlight Award and was nominated for the 2015 Joe Shuster Best Cartoonist Award.
Her books, originally in English are published by Conundrum Press.
Contest > March 20, 2018
Contest : The Death of Stalin Montreal premiere
2 pairs of tickets and 2 box sets?! Well yes, one prize is for everybody (that’s you) and one is for the friends of MCAF (that could be you!). But how can you become a friend? It’s really simple: just follow this link.
The tickets are for the Montreal premiere at the
Press releases > March 2, 2018
Press release, media kit and press book 2018
Read Our Press Book 2018
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Contest > February 19, 2018
Sandawe and the Montreal Comic Arts Festival are launching a great contest called “BDécouvertes Quebec”.
Our goal ? To discover Quebec artists and give them a unique opportunity to publish their very own graphic novel.
To participate, submit a 2-page comic in A4 format following the theme: “What is that doing there?”
The Grand Prize: Sandawe will publish a 32-page comic in A5 format created by the winner of this contest.
The comic will be promoted by both Sandawe and MCAF.
The contest ends May 15th at midnight.
News > February 14, 2018
Prix des Libraires du Québec 2018
MCAF is proud to support the first Comic Arts Award of the Prix des Libraires du Québec by offering a scholarship of 3,000$ to the finalist, to be announced on May 9th at the gala for the Prix des Libraires du Québec at Montreal’s Olympia Theatre.
The 2018 finalists are:
L’esprit du camp, t.1, Michel Falardeau & Cab (Studio Lounak)
Betty Boob, Véro Cazot & Julie Rocheleau (Casterman)
News > January 22, 2018
CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2018
The 7th edition of the Montreal Comic Arts Festival (MCAF) is coming soon and we want YOU to be part of it.
Since 2012, YOU have made this celebration of comics possible while also allowing us to exist, so we want to say ‘thank you’ by giving YOU the opportunity to create the workshop of YOUR dreams!
This year, we’re looking for participants like YOU (whether you’re bankers, bakers, truckers, or artists) to organize and run great workshops related to diversity and careers in comics. From computer programming to DIY classes, or environmental awareness and mindfulness…