The exhibition “Bridges: The European Language of the Comics” will open on Saturday, October 24, at the city of Larissa, central Greece, with the participation of young and acclaimed Greek and European artists at the Ouil Municipal Theatre.
Larissa, candidate city for Cultural Capital of Europe in 2021, hosts for the first time in Greece, artists from all the member states of the European Union in an original exhibition that promotes the rich cultural work of the European creation and the universality of the means of expression that comics use to send messages, emotions, and thoughts.
Internationally acclaimed artists as D’Israeli from Britain, Zoltan Fritz from Hungary, Alexandru Ciubotariou from Romania and Greek Tassos Apostolidis, that participate with their works in the exhibition, will be in Larissa in order to take part in a series of events and to share their creative know-how with people.
Educational workshops, speeches, and interactive games will offer the opportunity for visitors to get acqainted with the world of comics.
The exhition is co-organised with Comicdom Press, that also is the organiser of the international festival Comicdom Con Athens that will run until November 10.