Comic Con

At the MacPhee Centre, Comic Con programs provide youth the opportunity to explore the world, their identity and interests – all while creating and diving into the realm of fantasy and fiction. One of the most popular groups of programs we can offer, these programs build on communication skills, creative collaboration, and character design and creation in storytelling, role-playing games, comic writing and more.

Some of the programs that have been offered in the past include:

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    The Facilitators

    Curious about who might be leading one of these programs? These are some of the folks who have facilitated programs with these organizations in the past.

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    Cassie Seaboyer (she/her)
    Cosplay Facilitator

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    Luna LeFort (she/her)
    Dungeons & Dragons Facilitator

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    Adri Wilkie (he/they)
    Dungeons & Dragons Facilitator

    The Art of Comics

    A program that explores the artform of sequential narratives and the effects of juxtaposing words with images. Week to week, students will explore the variety of comics and craft their own interpretations of each genre from single panel comics and comic strips to serial comics and graphic novels. 


    Cosplay – a short form for costume play – is an activity and performance art where folks wear costumes or accessories that are representative of a specific character. At the MacPhee Centre, we take this a step further by collaborating with industry professionals so that youth can learn techniques in sewing, casting, and constructing their beloved characters. 

    Dungeons & Dragons (D&D)

    This classic tabletop, roll-playing-game (RPG) has become a crowd favourite at the MacPhee Centre. Dive into a collective fantasy world filled with character creation, adventure, and mystery as your Dungeon Master leads your campaign through a quest! Whether it is battling a gelatinous cube, a drider, or your very own homebrewed monster – there's no way of knowing what will happen in D&D!

    World Building

    If you are a fan of Dungeons & Dragons, and have wanted to piece together your very own campaign, this is a program where you are given the opportunity to learn how to build a world that you can lead a group through.