If you’re a fan of all things comic, from Marvel to Pokemon, you’ll want to check out CRRL's Third Annual Comic Art Show during the month of May. The best part of the exhibit is that everyone is invited to participate. Artists of all ages can submit one to two original pieces of comic work. From paneled stories to canvas portraits, submissions in many forms will be on display. Detailed rules, framing requirements, and registration forms can be found in brochures at all library branches and online. Artwork submissions will be accepted at Salem Church Branch from Friday, April 21, to Friday, April 28.
Celebrate at the opening reception on Saturday, May 13, 2:30-4:30, where fans can mingle with artists and enjoy comic art activities.
"I live in Fredericksburg with my wife, and I have a Chihuahua and a Brussels griffon. I play in a rock band called Sequels, and I host a podcast called Comic Cons about anything comic book-related where we review comic book movies. I also host a podcast called Real to Really?!? about movies and music videos from the 80s and 90s."
Did you know that one of superheroes' most amazing powers is their ability to appeal to all ages? The Youth Services Department is preparing for CRRL-Con family fun by hosting an advance team of some amazing, superpowered events.