Celebrating Comics Art Between France and Jordan

Published November 22nd, 2020 - 12:42 GMT
Through the exhibition “A Tribute to Moebius”, a movie projection, a workshop for adults and teenagers, as well as a round table.
Event poster by artist Mike Derderian-image from the French Cultural Center
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Through the exhibition “A Tribute to Moebius”, a movie projection, a workshop for adults and teenagers, as well as a round table.

From November 22nd to December 24th, Institut Français de Jordanie, in collaboration with the Jordanian artist Mike V. Derderian and FADA 317 Art Studio, is celebrating comics art. Through the exhibition “A Tribute to Moebius”, a movie projection, a workshop for adults and teenagers, as well as a round table.

 

 

F.A.D.A. 317 is an independent studio dedicated to comics, illustration, and graffiti. Run by Mike F. Deerderian - a sardine, cartoonist, graffiti artist and street artist - the studio is located in Jabal Amman, where visitors find themselves contemplating different paintings and drawings from what they will find in the Amman galleries collection.

An artistic reaction space that reflects a visual, written, audible and drawn-out character of an underground culture whose roots began to extend under the streets of Amman. Space of 317 provides opportunities for those who do not have a chance. The studio displays drawings and works of local and international artists that reflect the culture of cartoon and comic art, whether they have an eastern or western character.  Moreover, they run comics workshops and take part in graffiti and mural art festivals around Jordan.


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