NOTICE 2 events! 2 DAYS 12:00 -4:00pm each day
October 18: ZineFest (Friday, Oct. 18 only) 12:00-4:00pm Free and open to the public Baskin Arts Courtyard at Art Department, UC Santa Cruz.
contact <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you're interested in a table.
Featuring Bay Area and local zinesters:
Colton Bills; Alyssa Wallace; Nina Scherer; Radical Zine - Madeleine Keller;Tiny Splendor Press: Sanaa Khan, Max Stadnik; Lucinda Gold; Sesnon Gallery - Zine Library; Fruitcake Magazine - Weston Gray; Clarissa de Jesus; Bradon Melad
The Sesnon Art Gallery with support from Porter College and the Art Department are putting on a series of workshops and events as part of our latest exhibition "Unique Multiples." More information here: https://arts.ucsc.edu/news_events/unique-multiples.
October 19: Zine Workshop for students (Oct.19 only) 12:00-4:00pm
Zine workshop link to register (Saturday, Oct.19) on multiples with Madeleine Keller* and students at F101 Baskin Arts Courtyard at Art Department. email email@example.com for more information
We are proud to present a FREE Zine Workshop for UCSC students facilitated by artist Madeleine Keller, October 19, 2019. The workshop will be held at the Art Department Printmaking Studio F-101 from 12pm-4p.m. Participants are encouraged to come to the Zine Fest on Friday, Oct. 18, 12-4p.m. to see examples of cool Zines. Workshop is limited to 12 students, reserve your spot today! Materials will be provided.
About the facilitator: Madeleine L. Keller, local zinester with a focus on anti-racism, UCSC alumnus, and organizer of Santa Cruz Zine Fest. Students will learn how to construct, print, and bind zines using different techniques. Students are encouraged to bring their own zine ideas.