Bread, Love, and Cha-Cha-Cha :: The Blog of Carolyn Belefski
Monday, April 15, 2013
Recap: Annapolis Book Festival 2013
This past Saturday was the first-ever Annapolis Book Festival that Curls Studio has exhibited at. There were a lot of families to meet and young children interested in discovering comics. Plus I got to meet Clifford the Big Red Dog and ate free ice cream! We also gave out free issues of Magic Bullet #6, Washington D.C.'s comics newspaper.
Oct 29 • Cartoonists Draw Blood Dec 3 • McKay Books in Manassas
We look forward to seeing you!
Carolyn Belefski is available for freelance illustration work, commissions, or design work. She has done freelance projects for BOOM! Studios (Cartoon Network's Adventure Time), Clorox, National Geographic, The White House, and more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your project need and budget.
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Best Visual Artist Runner Up - Best of D.C. 2013, 2014, 2015
Carolyn Belefski creates and publishes original comics and illustrations. Carolyn writes and draws the comic strip Curls. She also collaborates with writer Joe Carabeo on the comic books Kid Roxy, Black Magic Tales, and The Legettes.
In 2010, Curls was nominated for the Friends of Lulu Kim Yale Award to recognize women in cartooning. In 2013 and 2014 Carolyn was voted Best Visual Artist runner-up for Washington City Paper’s Best of D.C. awards.
Carolyn became a National Cartoonists Society member in 2012, and is currently serving as a Washington, DC chapter Co-chair. With NCS, she started “Cartoonists Draw Blood” in Washington, DC by connecting with the American Red Cross, gathering local cartoonists, and organizing a blood drive where blood donors receive a sketch from a cartoonist.
Carolyn serves as editor-in-chief of Magic Bullet, Washington, DC’s comics newspaper anthology.
Carolyn has exhibited at New York Comic Con, Baltimore Comic-Con, Awesome Con, Small Press Expo, Pittsburgh Comic Arts Festival, Philly Alternative Comic Con, and many other comic conventions and art fairs.