Tagged with zines
Zines as Vehicles for Critical Pedagogy
College Book Arts Association Annual Meeting
art by & for change Felice Tebbe, artist, curator, & sales, Booklyn Artists Alliance.
Some artists and writers are moved to make things that change people, both personally and as a society. Understandably, these images are collected by public learning institutions. But, what do we do with them once they are collected? Participants will discuss issues such as the relationship
between socially engaged art work and public teaching collections, how the meaning of this artwork changes once it is held in a collection, and how these works are used by students, faculty, curators, and others.
Lower East Side Librarian zine 2012
That's my 2012 Winter Solstice Shout-Out and Reading Log.
Zines! Volume I
Can you believe I'd never read this book? When it comes to zines, I'm pretty heavily a primary sources kind of a girl, but prepping for a talk that required me to know a little about pre-riot grrrl zines, I wanted to do a little homework. And you know what, Zines! is really good. Vale chose a good variety of zine folk to interview.
Zines: Print Culture & DIY Feminism 1991-present
Jenna Freedman and Josh MacPhee on DIY Feminism
Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 7 p.m.
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor
Jenna Freedman, librarian at the Barnard Zine Library, and Josh MacPhee, founder of Interference Archive, discuss the evolution of feminist print culture. They trace its trajectory from activist poster making, offset printing, and graffiti in the late 1970s and early 80s to the rise of the feminist zine in the 90s.This program is free with Museum admission.
Lower East Side Librarian & Friends Menstruate
Thanks to funny, smart, sad, and happy essays, photographs, comics, a crossword puzzle, a collage, a flow chart and a bibliography from 20 librarians and archivists, I've got a new zine...
Encyclopedia of Doris: Stories, Essays and Interviews, the
The Encyclopedia of Doris is more than the sum of its Dorises. I'm often not crazy about zine collections because zines read better individually. They're complete unto themselves and are particular to the moment they're published. With the Encyclopedia Cindy edited together nine years of Doris content, plus articles and interviews from other zines and magazines, and so it reads like a complete work, rather than awkwardly connected episodes.
Big Zine, Little Zine (a love letter)
Milo was in a funk, so ze made an abecedary zine about why ze loves zines and zine culture. I love it so much I'd make one myself, but that would be redundant and inferior because I'd pick most of the same things to go with each letter, and my graphics wouldn't be a thousandth as cute or a millionth as well laid-out.