From 26th-29th September, the annual European book fair for children took place in Saarbrücken. The book fair’s main themes were Europe and the German-French relationship, which is a perfect match with our Animate Europe project.
For ten years running the Brussels Comic Strip Festival has been the event of the year for every comic strip fan, and of course, we had to participate with our Animate Europe comics! As in previous years, we exhibited our original drawings from the competition at a stand in the international pavilion.
Jubel is the first European democracy festival in the heart of Europe. From 6th-8th September, we had the opportunity to show our open-air exhibition with our comics from Animate Europe 2017 and 2019 at the festival.
From the end of June to 7th July, the Animate Europe comics and animations were exhibited at our office in Lübeck, Germany.
Find more information in this article about our exhibition:
Lübeck live- Comicausstellung zu Europa- Noch bis Anfang Juli in Lübeck
From May to the end of June, we exhibited our Animate Europe original comics at the Goethe Institute in Lyon. Additionally, all of the animations were shown as well. During the time, about 750 people visited the exhibition!
On 9th May, we celebrated Europe Day in Potsdam, and with it all the great things that the EU member countries have achieved by overcoming their differences and becoming not only an economic union but one for its citizens.