Check out this interesting article on Vice, How Libraries are Making Comic Conventions Accessible.
The article highlights public library responses to the limited tickets and high prices associated with mainstream comic conventions and events. Many people cannot afford or are unable to attend the larger events in San Diego and elsewhere across the country. Using the library spaces allow community members to meet and collaborate in a public space.
Do you think that libraries should open its doors for more events like this? How can libraries improve accessibility to these and similar events?