Comic Art Tokyo, Powered by PechaKucha
Comic Art Tokyo is a successful one day festival organized by Tokyo based publisher Black Hook Press’James Stacey, and Nagoya based publisher Big Ugly Robot. The exhibition and live talk strands of the festival are curated by Tokyo based Gallery Hakusen, the UK based Lakes festival, and Toronto Comic Art Festival. The event co-ordination is overseen by Aude Luce.
Key takeaways from CAT 2016
★ Over 30 individual exhibitors
★ 7 Publisher booths (see list and links below)
★ 4 talks (including prestigious speakers such as Hayashi Seiichi, Stephane Beaujean from the Angoulême International Comic festival, Atsushi Kaneko, former editor of Garo M. Asakawa and many more)
★ Over 300 people in attendance throughout the day
★ Exclusive workshops : Satoshi Kitamura, Pause Draw…
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