In this hour-long online workshop, Audrey will be teaching participants how to make a one-page-zine. Zines provide a fun and easy format to make a small booklet about your interests, to write a story, create drawings, and all you need is a pen, a piece of paper, and scissors! No prior artistic skills or knowledge of zines is needed, and this is open to all ages – kids and adults alike. During the workshop, she’ll provide some prompts for ideas about what to include in your zine and talk a little about their history. The one-page format you’ll be using makes it easy to make multiple copies of your zine to share with friends or family.
Time: May 6th 17:00
Participants: up to 10
Tools needed: pen, piece of A4 paper, scissors
For registration write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org on April 3rd the latest and we’ll send you the Zoom-link. By registrating you confirm that you can join the workshop. If you need to cancel your participation, please do it at least a week before the event.
About the organizer:
My name is Audrey, I’m originally from the U.S., and am currently completing a Master’s Degree in Folkoristics and Applied Heritage at the University of Tartu. I’m studying zines, which are small self-published magazines that gained popularity in the U.S. and U.K. during the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s. They’re still popular today, with zine-makers creating zines all around the world. With their DIY attitude, focus on self-expression, and easy-to-make construction, they’ve been a useful tool for activists, artists, and educators to communicate ideas and share unique voices. Check out some more info on zines here: https://thecreativeindependent.com/…/how-to-make-a-zine/