Montreal, May 28, 2021 – It is with great pride that the Montreal Comic Arts Festival celebrates both the 10th anniversary of the Festival as well as the 22nd year of the Bédélys Awards. The Bédélys Awards honor the work of comic book creators from here and around the world whose work continues to break new ground in the medium.
Montreal, May 6, 2021 – The Montreal Comic Arts Festival (MCAF) is celebrating its first decade with three full days of activities, presented live and online on May 28, 29, and 30. This 100% virtual event will bring the Festival experience straight to attendees, no matter where they are.
Montreal, April 29, 2021 – No matter what the challenges, from a bit of adverse weather to a global pandemic, the Montreal Comic Arts Festival (MCAF) has succeeded year after year in welcoming thousands of participants. For ten years it has been one of the first large public events on the Montreal cultural calendar,
Montreal, April 22, 2021 – May 6th, join us for the inaugural Comic Night In Canada / La soirée de la BD! Two artists enter, one artist leaves….just kidding! Both artists leave and have a grand ol’ time.
Comic Night In Canada is the first ever cross-country comic arts activity!
Montreal, March 18, 2021 – The Montreal Comic Arts Festival (MCAF) has announced the finalists for the 22th Bédélys Awards in all five categories: Bédélys International Award, Bédélys Youth Award, Bédélys Independent Award Francophone, Bédélys Independent Award Anglophone, and the Bédélys Québec Award. The finalists are revealed to the public online,
Created by the organization Promo 9e Art (founded by François Mayeux, Johanne Théroux, Marc de Roussan, and Bertrand Picard), since 1999 the Bédélys Awards have recognized the work of exceptional comic book creators, including both Quebecois and international authors. The central goal of the Bédélys Awards remains the same as always: The recognize and reward the comic arts in Québec,