Hey, we did a thing—Zine Camp!

During mid-winter recess—February 20-24, 2023—schools are out, so we are offering a week of hands-on zine and bookmaking activities for kids aged 7-10.

Space is limited!

Today’s the day!

It’s #GivingTuesday 🤑 and we’re raising funds to support our education program!

Our goal of $3,000 provides art supplies for 150 students. To give a sense of your dollar-for-dollar impact, $20 provides art supplies for one student; $40 for two students, and so on. Can you help us reach this goal?

A new podcast episode: sTo Len

Brooklyn-based artist and self-proclaimed “hydro-feminist”, sTo Len, joins us to talk about his life so far as an artist, spanning his teenage years to today.

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You can also play all episodes right on our website here.

Zine-making for Personal & Community Storytelling

As part of the 2022 Brooklyn Book Festival, we partnered with Brooklyn Community Pride Center to create this free Zine-Making Workshop.

Sep 29, 6:00 PM – 7:45 PM

BCPC – Crown Heights, 1561 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225

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A perfect listen for Labor Day weekend

Jeanette Arellano and Joe Brusky from Art Build Workers (Milwaukee, WI) join Monica and Marshall to talk about the fight for public education, how everyone in a community can show up to help, and how art can amplify the voice of unions and social justice organizing.

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Summer Tees
to support teaching artists
& free community education

Our goal: to build a world of self-determined narratives, where hands-on bookmaking skills are used to build communities and understand the world around us. 

Can you help us do that by buying a t-shirt today?

Heck yes, another episode.

Mary Tremonte and V Adams join us to talk about the Queer Ecology Hanky Project – a program and exhibition with a new book that explores the intersection of sexuality, queer theory, biology, and the environment.

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Hey, we made another episode.

Artist, archivist, and educator, Sauda Mitchell joins us to look at the intersections of marginalized students, archives, space engagement, and critical analysis of primary sources, and how she’s merging art, education, and archival practice into one profession.

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Introducing: AFTER SASS

Remember SASS + ZINES? Now there’s AFTER SASS: Reimaging Identity & Representation Within Zine Culture 🌈

First up: Neta Bomani facilitates a conversation with Joan Dark, Raquel Espasande, and Emily Warfield of the Bluestockings Collective.

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Transpire Zinemaking Workshop

In this series of two workshops, Elvis Bakaitis will teach the one-page zine technique to facilitate the development of personal and community-based storytelling at Brooklyn Community Pride Center. Through visual, tactile, and writing prompts participants will create their own one-sheet zine, and contribute to a collectively made book.

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