24 Hour Comics Day 2011 in Albuquerque

24 Hour Comics Day | Saturday, October 1–Sunday, October 2 | noon–noon | Media Arts Collaborative Charter School | 4401 Central Ave. N.E., Bldg. #2 | Albuquerque, NM

Accept the challenge — be a part of 24 Hour Comics Day 2011. Join 7000 BC and make a 24-page comic book pages in 24 consecutive hours. No experience or special skills needed — this free creative exercise is open to everyone.

Test your stamina and learn you what you're capable of, along with thousands of artists of all skill levels from around the globe. Albuquerque has consistently been one of the largest gatherings in the world for this international event. See photos from past years here and here.

This year's location is Media Arts Collaborative Charter School (MACCS) in Albuquerque, at 4401 Central Ave. N.E. If you plan on participating, please send an email so we can get a count of participants.

This event is open to all ages (with guardian's permission for minors). Bring your papers and pens and join us at New Mexico's only 24 Hour Comics Day location in 2011!

Update: thanks to our sponsors …
  • Media Arts Collaborative Charter School
  • Downtown Java Joe's
  • Winning Coffee Company
  • Comic Warehouse
  • Astro-Zombies
    and to ComicsPro for puttting it all together.

    Correction/update: this year's liveblog is at 24 Hours From Q-Town and 7000 BC: 2011 Edition