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Get your hands on Animate Europe!

Take the chance and get up close with our comics and their visions of Europe: animate your own event and start the discussion about Europe’s future by exhibiting and getting your hands on your own copies of our graphic novels. Because putting them in front of as many eyes as possible – that is our goal!

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Why do we think that is important? The answer is simple: our comics are about Europe. And we care about Europe. Our mission is to stir reflections and raise discussions, especially among young people.

In a multitude of artistic styles, they speak to an audience of all ages and through its conducive visuality, leave room to let your own thoughts and ideas flow – in the context of an open exhibition, as illustration for an event or in the classroom.

 

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Being a truly European project, we’ve so far had the opportunity of showing our comic exhibitions to about 60.000 people, in various European countries and at very diverse occasions: at the Leipzig book fair in Germany, the European Youth Event at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, at the Committee of the Regions in Brussels, Belgium, and at the Brussels Comic Festival, just to name a few.

Apart from these grand occasions, however, we think it is equally important to bring them into schools or to smaller events to really get the most of them and the stories they tell.

 

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Check out our info sheet (EN/DE) for more detailed information on the individual exhibitions options.

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We’re also happy to send you copies of our three comic publications. The 2017 publication was even published in three languages: English, German and French!

Whether you’re interested in using them in the classroom, as a means to discuss and explain Europe or just as a fun read, simply get in touch!

The two first publications are available both in German and English. The 2017 publication was also published in French!
You’re welcome to contact our Programme Coordinator, Charlot Uhrig with any questions you might have: +32 2 282 09 38.