Sunday, May 16, 2021

Zine Making Workshop

In this four-week online workshop, you will create a "zine" edition of your own! This can include text and pictures, pictures only, text only. Both printing and binding techniques will be taught.
If you are an artist, writer, teacher or anyone with a story to tell, a point to make, or just like to draw and make things, this workshop is for you! No previous experience necessary.
"Zines" (pronounced "zeens", short for magazines) are self-published mini books or original content about anything the author/illustrator chooses. Examples of topics range from comics, fanfiction, politics, art, and personal stories. Generally, they are reproduced on a photocopier in small print runs for sale or trade. Zines have been produced since the 1700s and were created by politically involved artists In the Dada and Surrealist movements in the early 20th century and the 1970s Punk subculture.
A material list will be provided before the course starts.
Instructor: Randel Plowman
June 5-26, Workshop meets online using Zoom, every Saturday from 12-1:30 p.m. EST. Zoom meetings and demos are recorded, so you can watch later if you choose. All content can be downloaded and viewed anytime throughout the course. Space is limited, so sign up early.
This workshop is for adults ages 16 and up.
Teachers can earn 10 Professional Development hours!
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