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Learn how to make DIY magazines! This two-hour workshop will introduce participants to what zines are, how they're made, and how they're distributed. The class will begin with a discussion on the history of zines—with ample illustrated examples—and then each participant will create their own collaged two-page spread as part of a collaborative zine.
ICP School faculty member Shari Diamond is an artist whose work incorporates photography and digital technology and explores difference as it relates to our social, sexual, and political constructs. Narrative is a constant thread throughout her work, always speaking to a larger political condition rooted in personal experience of difference. Diamond has exhibited in the U.S. as well as in Mexico and Israel. She is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Photography, two Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Grants, and has been awarded residencies at the Saltonstall Colony, Blue Mountain Center, and the Millay Colony for the Arts.
Associated ICP School Class
Take your practice further with a five-week course on zines:
All About Zines
Tuesdays | July 11–August 8 | 6–10 PM
Instructor: Shari Diamond