Date(s) - Wed. Jun. 06, 2018
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Class Description: Zines—short for “magazines” or “fanzines”—are limited edition, do-it-yourself publications, often photocopied and distributed cheaply or for free. They can contain everything from artwork (including comics and collage) to poetry, recipes, autobiographical writing and political information. Zines are strongly connected to subcultures like punk and feminist movements, and offer a platform for self-expression to all kinds of people. In this workshop, we will view and discuss a wide selection of zines, then learn to make our own easily-reproduced, 8-page “mini-zines” from one piece of printer paper! Bring an open mind and an idea for something you want to share with the world.
About the Instructor: Ezra Rose Greenfield is an artist and educator (BFA ’09 RISD, M.Ed. ’12 Lesley University) living in the Boston area and teaching with community-based arts organizations. Her work
explores themes of memory, mythology, personal symbolism and storytelling. She enjoys merging these interests with a teaching practice centered on inquiry, youth empowerment and community-building through art.
What is Youth Arts Arise?
Youth Arts Arise is a is an arts education project for students ages 11 to 16. This FREE program is a great after school opportunity to explore creativity in a wide range of artistic mediums. To register, you can either fill in the All LanguagesYAA Form, Winter 2018 and sent it firstname.lastname@example.org, or pick one up in person from the office.