BCAF's Sunday Conversations will feature the past, the present, and the future in comix and popular culture.
BCAF Sunday Conversations are a series of engaging and thought-provoking discussions held during the Black & Brown Comix Arts Festival (BCAF). These conversations provide a platform for artists, writers, scholars, and the community to explore various aspects of Black and Brown representation and creativity in the comic arts and popular visual culture.
Attendees can expect panel discussions featuring renowned creators who share insights into their work, the importance of diverse storytelling, and the impact of their art on cultural representation. These conversations delve into themes such as social justice, identity, and the evolving landscape of comics and pop culture.
BCAF Sunday Conversations foster a vibrant exchange of ideas and celebrate the contributions of Black and Brown creators to the world of comics. They inspire critical thinking, cultural appreciation, and a deeper understanding of the power of visual storytelling as a medium for reflection and change. It's a space where enthusiasts and creators alike can connect, learn, and be inspired by the rich tapestry of Black and Brown voices in the comic arts.
BCAF is a festival of the Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation and is part of the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations in San Francisco. USA Today's editors and readers selected BCAF as one of the ten best art festivals in the U.S.