Zine Jams are back…again!
Zine Jam is a free, drop-in workshop we do every year in NYC public parks, and this year we are expanding into some new locations!
June 3: Sunset Park
June 10: Herbert von King Park
June 11: Prospect Park
June 24: Fort Greene Park
Zines 101 for Grown-Ups
Join us to learn the ins and outs of zine making during this 2-hour workshop.
Leave with your very own mini-zine and handouts to help you on your zine-making journey.Tags: education, programming, workshop, zines
Spring Break Zine Camp
Our first week of Zine Camp was a hit, so we’re doing it again April 10-14, 2023.
Calling all NYC kids ages 7-10 who like to get crafty.Tags: community, education, programming, zines
We’re making zines at Mixteca!
We collaborated with Mixteca Organization to offer zine and bookmaking workshops to kids!
March 18, 25, April 1, and May 20 & 27, 1-3 pm
¡Estamos colaborando con la Mixteca! ¡ofreciendo talleres de fanzines y libros para niños!
Los días 18 y 25 de Marzo, y el 1 de abril, de 13:00 a 15:00 horasTags: community, education, programming, workshop, zines
Booklyn Calling…Is Sofia there?
Sofia Szamosi joins Marshall on the podcast to talk about how creating zines can be a gateway to making painted books and graphic novels.
Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts, or Spotify.Tags: comics, feminisms, girl, social media, teenager, zines
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.
Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts, or Spotify.
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
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.
Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts, or Spotify. You can also play all episodes right on our website here.Tags: community, education, labor, public schools, schools, social justice, unions