#18 The Thursday Program Schedule Is LIVE! (And Wednesday, too!)
Comic-Con International 2015 is GO! We’ve launched the first of our four full days of programs and events, with the Thursday schedule (which also includes Wednesday night’s traditional screenings of Warner Bros. TV shows in Ballroom 20). Click here for Wednesday's Preview Night schedule, and click here for Thursday's complete program schedule, and stay tuned for Friday tomorrow, Saturday on Saturday, and Sunday on … wait for it … Sunday! To see the complete schedule as it builds out over the next 4 days, visit our My Schedule page.
Get yourself a refreshing beverage and some cookies, true believers … this may take a little while to read!
Comic-Con 2015 at the San Diego Central Library
We’d like to remind you that we’re adding a brand new programming location this year, the San Diego Central Library! This picturesque location will be home to two new panel rooms, which will run specific programming tracks featuring targeted content. In addition, the 9th floor Gallery is showcasing The Art of Comic-Con exhibition, running during Comic-Con 2015, and continuing through August 30.
The first new series of programs, devoted to education and literacy, will take place in the Shiley Special Events Suite on the 9th floor. This panel track will feature topics ranging from graphic novels for kids to using comics to teach math and science. There will also be panels geared towards librarians, looking at everything from community engagement to protecting comics in libraries. This track starts on Wednesday, July 8 and continues on Thursday, July 9, and Saturday, July 11. The room is closed on Friday and Sunday.
The second track of panels, dedicated to podcasts and web series, will take place in the Neil Morgan Auditorium, on the 1st floor of the Library. This state of the art space will feature comic and fandom podcasts on Thursday and Saturday, and a series of panels devoted to some of the most popular sci-fi web series on Friday.
The San Diego Central Library’s official address is 330 Park Blvd., but the quickest way to get there is to take the pedestrian bridge next to the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, which exits onto Park Blvd. Walk up to 11th Avenue and make a left and the Library will be front of you. The entrance opposite 11th Ave. and K St. is where the Neil Morgan Auditorium is located. The 330 Park Blvd. entrance is on the opposite side of the building, adjacent to the trolley tracks.
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