Whilst the history of zines could be seen as part of a long history of home-made magazines dating back to the 1930, and an even longer history of pamphlets,yet one of the most commonly sighted moments in its history has been the punk fanzine of the 1970s and early 80s, where fans would publish there own alternative to the music press with the aid of paper, glue and a photocopyer. This like many other moments in the history of zines is pervaded by a do-it-yourself ethos. In this session we will be presenting both a short history of zines and inviting an assortment of guests to share and talk about their work.
This session will take place both online via Zoom and in person at The Southern Belle, Hove, UK. The Southern Belle can be found on 3 Waterloo Street, Hove, BN3 1AQ. Join us in Venue from 7pm and online from 7:30pm (UK time). To book a free place in the venue, click here. For any questions, please message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This session will be run as part of the Exploding Appendix Avant-garde Art Practice and Research Group’s meetup which happens every three weeks. The sessions are free and open to everyone. For our upcoming sessions from January to June, see here.
The online session will also take place via Zoom (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89713289957?pwd=YWoveFV1ZEViR09Vak5KR1Y0aFJJUT09). The meeting ID is 897 1328 9957. The passcode is “823286”.
This session will be run by Bradley Tuck and take place on Tuesday the 23rd May 2023 from 19:00 – 22:00 (UK time). If you have any questions, please message me at email@example.com