Facilitated by long-time zine-makers and Expozine exhibitors Jenny Lin and Eloisa Aquino of B&D Press, this workshop will introduce zine-making to first-time zine-makers and expand the skills of those who have made zines before.
Taking place just a few days before Expozine 2019, the workshop begins with a presentation of the huge zine exhibit, Zine Scene: 20 Years of ARCMTL, at the Webster Library. The presentation will include an overview of the types of content that are typical to the world of zines, as well as a look at the range of styles of design, printing and production methods that can be used in zine-making.
After a brief lunch break, participants will be able to work on their own zine projects or contribute content toward a collective zine, with assistance from the workshop leaders.
There will be a scanner and a black and white printer on site, as well as materials for collage, cut and paste, binding and stapling. Participants need only bring their ideas and enthusiasm!
Organized by the non-profit organization ARCMTL and conducted in partnership with Concordia, this free activity is part of Expozine 2019 and open to Concordia students, employees and the public. The workshop will be in English and can accommodate 20 participants, so please register in advance. Participants must bring their own lunch.