The Providence Comics Consortium teaches comics and cartooning at Providence Community Libraries all over Providence! AND We publish work by kid's and comic artists of all stripes! Check out the Consortium Store!

Monday, October 21, 2013

The PCC is gonna run Halloween this year at the RISD Museum!

Friday, August 16, 2013

Buckle It!


An 80 page Anthology of Comics and Raps.

It includes Providence Carcrash Consortium 1, 2, & 3 as well as new Raps by the poetry crew at PCL and new comics and stories.

If you want to get your hands 

on a FREE copy come to the...

PCL End of the Summer Fiesta 
Friday August 30th
Knight Memorial Library 4pm

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

The Zombie Scented Tree by Faye Thompson

THE ZOMBIE SCENTED TREE by Faye Thompson and THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF ZOMBIE SCENTED TREE by Elliot Lamb From PCC’s Providence Carcrash Consortium #1! Still available here!For almost a year the Rhode Island Department of Transportation has been supporting the Providence Comics Consortium’s free comics classes at the Providence Community Libraries in exchange we’ve been creating some of the most scary and creative pro-seatbelt propaganda on the market. Wear your seatbelt!

Thursday, May 9, 2013

KickStart our PCC Rhode Island Anthology!

We are launching a Kickstarter Campaign at the same time as our Rhode Island tour to libraries all over the state, to help raise funds to print and publish "The Rhode Island Anthology". Contributing is your only way of getting your hands on a copy of this sure-to-be awesome brick of a book. Thanks for helping us make it real!

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Thanks Providence Phoenix!

The Providence Phoenix wrote an awesome little article in it's "Best Of..." issue.  

"You may have stumbled into a PCC gathering if you've walked into a Providence Community Library branch on a weekday afternoon and seen an energetic man gesticulating excitedly before a group of eight- to-12-year-olds armed with pencils and workbooks. This is the formula PCC has followed since its founding (with the help of a Rhode Island State Council on the Arts grant) in October 2010. Kids enroll in the PCC — free of charge — for a month of twice-weekly after-school workshops. During the sessions they learn about comics-making by filling out character sheets ("Name," "Height," "Weight," "Homebase," "Powers/Abilities," "Weaknesses," etc.), playing sketching games with names like "Face Factory," and brainstorming with visiting artists."

Check out the full article here: