Zines 101

March 26, 2024: 6-8pm

Interference Archive, 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Always wanted to make a zine but didn’t know where to start? Used to make zines, but it’s been a while? Looking for something new and creative to do?

Join us for Zines 101! This is a hands-on zine and bookmaking workshop for adults & teens at Interference Archive in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY.

Zines 101: Workshop for Adults & Teens
Tuesday, March 26, 6-8pm
Interference Archive, 314 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Cost: $35

You’ll learn the basics of zine making during this 2-hour workshop, including zine history, binding techniques, printing approaches, and distribution. Booklyn educators will demonstrate the fundamentals of making zines, share their decades of experience, and answer your questions. Leave with your very own mini-zine and lots of handouts and resources to help you on your zine-making journey.

This is a hands-on workshop. We’ll fold paper, cut, bind, stamp, draw, collage, and print. No experience is necessary, but an interest in writing, drawing, or crafting will go a long way. We strongly believe that zines are for everyone interested in making them.

Questions? Email us at [email protected].