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Comica Festival 2014 Presents Transitions 5 Free Symposium at Birkbeck London

Posted: September 12, 2014

After our amazing weekender at The British Library to coincide with their major exhibition Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK, the main season of Comica Festival 2014 is fast approaching. Here’s the brilliant poster designed by John Miers to announce the fifth one-day Transitions symposium, once again held at Birkbeck, University of London.

Transitions takes place on Saturday October 25th and is completely free, you just need to register by emailing transitions [dot] symposium [at] gmail [dot] com. The symposium’s day schedule will be unveiled shortly, along with the full programme of Comica itself. Sign up for our email Newsletter to get the latest advance alerts and booking opportunities.

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