WHAT IS DCAF?

The Dartmouth Comics Art Fest (DCAF) is a FREE all-ages event celebrating comics & cartooning! Come meet dozens of artists and vendors as they display and sell their wondrous wares at this annual event.

WHERE, WHEN & HOW?

DCAF is held at Alderney Landing in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Sunday, August 16th, 2015, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Admission is FREE!

HOW CAN I EXHIBIT?

Applications for exhibitors are closed for 2015.

WHO’S GOING?

Nick Bradshaw, Jeph Jacques, Kate Leth, Matt Cummings, Mark Oakley, Karibu, Geof Isherwood, Sandy Carruthers, Brenda Hickey, Troy Little, Signalnoise, Jordyn Bochon, Joel Duggan, Tim Carpenter and dozens more!

DCAF #5 date announced for 2016

August 24th, 2015

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Mark your calendars!

DCAF #5

Sunday, August 14th, 2016

Niko Silvester exhibiting at DCAF 2015

August 13th, 2015

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Niko is a writer/illustrator/artist originally from Vancouver Island but now lurking in the woods near Upper Stewiacke writing and illustrating the webcomics Fey and The Fabulous Forays of Aeryn Daring, and spending a lot of time drawing fairies and dragons. This year at DCAF, Niko will have Fey and Aeryn comics and minicomics, prints and a few pieces of original art, and some 3D dragon sculpture kits.

DCAF 2015 floor plan

August 12th, 2015

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This is the floor plan for the 2015 Dartmouth Comic Arts Festival!

Vixie Bee & Sockie will be at DCAF 2015

August 12th, 2015
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Vixie Bee is a local artist and YouTuber daylighting as a student at NSCAD University. She has a focus on illustration and comics, and is the artist on HeroWins, a new weekly webcomic about lady superheroes in a fictional Canadian metropolis(launching August 18th)! Come on over and visit her at her table, where she’ll have minicomics, buttons, stickers, prints, and more!

You can find her work at http://vixiebee.tumblr.com, and follow the progress of HeroWins at http://herowinscomic.tumblr.com/.”
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Sockie is a local artist born and raised just outside of Halifax, where her love of the maritimes inspired her to stay in the province during her ongoing stint at NSCAD. Although her foray into comics is still in its earliest stages, you can find her debut webcomic The Sea Cried Out on tumblr, and a multitude of ocean and mermaid-themed art here at DCAF. At her table, you’ll find everything from prints and stickers, to buttons and private commissions.

You can see more of her work at http://sinksanksockie.tumblr.com, and follow the progress of The Sea Cried Out at http://thescoComic.tumblr.com.

Colleen MacIsaac will be at DCAF 2015!

August 11th, 2015

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Colleen MacIsaac makes small comics, quiet illustrations, and tiny explorations. Her work has been nominated for the Gene Day Award and the Expozine Alternative Press Award. Check out her daily art practice at http://littlefoible.tumblr.com or visit her website.