THE ASIAN FESTIVAL OF CHILDREN’S CONTENT RETURNS THIS YEAR WITH A DIVERSE LINE-UP OF CONFERENCES, MASTERCLASSES, BOOK LAUNCHES AND MORE…
Organised by the National Book Development Council of Singapore, the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) will run from 30 May to 4 June 2014 at the National Library of Singapore.
The six day festival promises educational fun for everyone, from industry practitioners to members of the public. Popular programmes such as the Writers & Illustrators Conference, the Teachers Congress and the Parent Forum and others will return. Some notable speakers include authors Sally Gardner, Mitali Perkins, Fatima Sharafeddine and Ruskin Bond as well as illustrators Il Sung Na and James Mayhew who will be at some of the organised sessions.
FREE Public Events
There will be various free public events, including the Asian Festival of Children’s Content Media Mart & Book Fair, various book and product launches as well as language programmes. Famed Chinese author Tang Sulan will be chairing some workshops for children to express their creativity and craft stories.
Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2014 comprises the following programs:-
- 30 May – 4 June – AFCC Media Mart & Book Far, Book and Product Launches
- 31 May – AFCC Teachers Congress
- 1 June – AFCC Parents Forum
- 1 – 3 June – AFFCC Writers and Illustrators Conference
- 3 June – AFCC Media Summit, AFCC Rights Exchange
- 4 June – AFCC Masterclasses
About Asian Festival of Children’s Content
the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) brings together content creators and producers with parents, teachers, librarians, and anyone interested in quality Asian content for children. With a mix of professional conferences, masterclasses and workshops, a rights fair and media mart, as well as public events. AFCC is a unique and popular event right here in Asia that provides an opportunity for writers, illustrators, editors, publishers, agents, distributors, parents, children, teachers and librarians to meet, learn, develop their craft and discover business opportunities.
For more information, please visit www.afcc.com.sg
- Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2013 (bubbamama.com)