Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts
June 22, 2019
Lakewood Center for the Arts
368 S State St
Lake Oswego, OR
Portland Zine Symposium
July 20, 2019
Tabling and Workshop info TBA
511 NW Broadway
Catch Emily Lewis at these conventions, she’ll be selling Miss Anthology books, pins, and can answer any questions you have about our organization.
VANCAF – May 18 – 19
181 Roundhouse Mews, in Vancouver B.C.
Olympia Comic Festival – June 15
222 Columbia St NW, Olympia, WA
Portland Indie Con – June 29-30
1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, OR
City Hall Presents:
Portland Comic Book Month Celebration
April 4, 2019
Portland City Hall
1221 SW 4th Avenue
Miss Anthology 2018 Book Release Party
January 19th, 2019
Books with Pictures
Euzine Comics Festival
November 10, 2018
Short Run Comics Festival
November 3, 2018
Portland Zine Symposium
July 28-29, 2018
Miss Anthology 2017 Book Launch Party – Books with Pictures
November 18th, 2017
Miss Anthology 2017 is a Pacific Northwest-based female and genderqueer youth comics anthology. The anthology is the culmination of comics from our featured artists, a behind-the-scenes look at our free comics workshops, and work from our founders and instructors.
Featuring Comics by:
Bronwyn Thomas, Heather Distefano, Carmi AKA Spicyyeti, Sarah Diamond, Nika Nagy, and Alex Sasha Sandoval
Comic and Essay excerpts by Instructors and Founders:
Jenny Blenk, Andréa Gilroy, Kinoko Evans, Liz Yerby, Anna Vo, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Melanie Stevens, Mack Carlisle, and Emily Lewis
Outside the Lines – White Gallery
September 21-October 20, 2017
Outside of the Lines brings together a diverse selection of comic art and literature created by the members and instructors of Miss Anthology Comics. The exhibit highlights the nuanced and multi-faceted investigations of a wide variety of topics including depression, disability, gender, and race through the lens of sequential art.
Miss Anthology at Rose City Comic Con! September 9-11, 2017
Rose City Comic Con was our first comic con of the year. Our creators Alex Sasha Sandoval, Nika Naggy, and Sarah Diamond helped us table as their own characters.
KSMOCA Art Fair
August 11-13, 2017
Leading nationally and internationally recognized exhibitors will display original artwork by nearly 100 contemporary artists, including paintings, sculptures, installations, photography, social practice, comics, and new media.
Sequential Art Gallery Exhibition
July 6-29, 2017
Sequential Art Gallery + Studio proudly presents a group exhibition of young artists from the Miss Anthology Project. The exhibition begins with an artist’s reception from 6pm-10pm on opening night, and will be available for viewing throughout July.
The Exhibition is a look into their workshops, the making of comics, and the young comic creators that participated in them. You are invited to explore and learn about their program and meet the people that help make it possible. Sequential Art Gallery + Studio is located at 328 NW Broadway #113. Curated by Kaebel JK Hashitani and Merrick Monroe, and aided by Andrew Paris.
“Voices From the Front Lines”:
July 6th, 2017
The State of Community Driven Media in Portland featuring:
Our very own Melanie Stevens of Miss Anthology & Nat Turner Project!, Zahir Janmohamed of The Racist Sandwich Podcast, Andre Middleton of Open Signal: Portland Community Media Center & XRAY.FM, and Israel Bayer of Street Roots.
This is PZS’s annual fundraiser, and we are attempting to raise $500 help offset the cost of port-o-potty rentals. Please help us raise the necessary funds! Your donations are appreciated!