Check out the photos from our various events and classes below. Clicking on each photo leads to their respective album on Facebook.
For the second year in a row, AWA transformed kids into superheroes at Jumoke.
We got kids interested in animation and comic books at Berwyn Heights!
We had a great time at the Smudge Expo!
Amazing students are developing characters at the Seed School
We celebrated Will Eisner's birthday in high fashion at Geppi's!
Children learn the basics of character design.
With Red Stylo Media, AWA had a pop-up shop at Savage Mills mall
Kids learn how to create their own sci-fi comic book.
We took the day to celebrate art!
In partnership with First Impressions Enterprises, Inc., AWA hosted a Character Design class for 20 children at Mount Ennon Baptist Church. Artist Tyrone Barnes of SycrosD4 Art hosted.
Under the guidance of comic book artist Keir Lyles, students experienced a new interactive Inking Project.
Halloween came early at Geppi's and AWA was there to celebrate.
The first ever UFB Comic-con was full of like-minded people with like-minded interests. What a great time.
We had a great time at Annapolis Comic-con! From Demos to Panels - we did it all. Thanks agains to Third Eye Comics for putting this together.
It was a wonderful day for a outdoor community event in Berwyn Heights, Maryland.
The Baltimore Book Festival was a fantastic time of books and friends. We hosted our first panel and generated lots of buzz!
We taught kids comic book basics at Enoch Pratt Light Street Library.
Get a feel for the festivities of the Back to School Jamboree
With Geppi's Entertainment Museum, we were able to experience the best of Baltimore Comic-con weekend.
Video Gamers United's first ever con was the stuff of legends.
Artist Darren Soto led students in a one day comic book class at the Silver Spring Library.
It was 2 days of comic book design fun with kids at Savoy Elementary.
With The Patriots, AWA integrated ART into the STEM curriculum.
After-School Comic Book Classes in Partnership with Concerned Black Men of Washington DC & Artists Darren Soto
R2-D2 and others were out for ANS Comic-con, and it was quite a site.
Awesome-con lived up to its name with the best cosplayers and artists in the DMV.
Drawing games and demos kept children and artist alike on their toes during the festival
Herndon, VA was full of science and art.
Celebrating local women and minority artists, AIX's first popup gallery was quite a success.
Children made masks with AWA at Jack and Jill's Jumoke.
It was one of our first classes, and it was a great success.
Our first event led us to many students interested in comic books and art.