Monday, January 29, 2007

MAKE A ZINE! at the Toronto Zine Library

Make A Zine!: A Workshop for Beginners
Brought to you by the Toronto Zine Library

Sunday, February 4th at 1pm
At the TRANZAC
292 Brunswick Avenue, south of Bloor.

Please join us for Make a Zine!: A Workshop for Beginners
hosted by the TZL Collective at the Toronto Zine Library. Topics covered will include a short history of zines, what they are and why we make them, as well as the future of zines. Our hands-on workshop will address varieties of approach, genre, construction and distribution. Our collective members will also talk about their personal histories with zines, the library itself, and will provide workshop attendees with a question and answer period, as well as one-on-one feedback and assistance regarding making a zine of their own. All are welcome; the workshop is free of charge.

The Toronto Zine Library
is run by a collective of zine readers, zine makers and librarians who are looking to make zines more accessible in Toronto. We believe that zines are still an important medium of communication, and that they should be cherished, protected, and promoted. Our aim to do this through our public collection of zines, conducting related workshops at our physical library and abroad, and by holding events that promote zines as a method of open communication and free expression.

For more information
, please contact us at torontozinelibrary@hotmail.com
Or consult our new website and online catalogue: http://www.sitekreator.com/zinelibrary


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