Since being founded in 2010, Pop Culture Classroom has offered workshops, classes, and educational programming at dozens of schools, community organizations, and after-school programs throughout the Front Range. Our exciting and diverse educational workshops and camps—which harness students’ existing interests in comics, movies, television, video games and other pop culture topics—create one-of-a-kind learning experiences for students and their teachers alike.

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If you’re interested in bringing a workshop to your school, contact us at with inquiries.

Spring 2017 Workshops

  • 17 workshops offered at 11 different sites
  • 12 workshops focused on comics, 5 on game design
    • 163 hours of contact with students (i.e. teaching hours)
    • 350 students served


  • Completing our first yearlong grant at GALS
  • 6 new sites added in Spring ’17 (Columbine Elem, Crest View Elem, Bromley East Charter School, Moore Middle School, MCA-Denver, Aurora Frontier P-8)

Spring 2017 Events

  • CSO Tribute to Comic Con (3/23 & 3/24) — Engaged 150-200 kids over 2 nights, gave away ~200 comics
  • Elitch Gardens (upcoming)
  • Five Points Jazz Fest (upcoming)

Upcoming Summer 2017 Workshops

  • 25 workshops at 23 different sites
  • 22 comic workshops, 2 game design workshops, 1 cosplay workshop


  • Partnership with Greenwood Village “Art in the Park” to offer 2 outdoor workshops
  • Partnership with Youth One, Book One Denver to offer 5 workshops at low-income sites throughout Denver
  • Partnership with JCPL to offer 10 comic workshops at different library sites
  • Partnership with Denver Metro YMCA to offer 2 six-week game design workshops as part of summer camps at 2 schools
  • Partnership with OnTrac Refugee Assistance Program to offer comic creation workshops for families & high school refugees