Tue, Mar 23, 2021

2 PM – 3 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Melina Baron-Deutsch '16 will lead a crafternoon workshop on zines. Melina will be able to share the history of zines, particularly about how they are used for information, resource, and experience sharing among marginalized communities and with non-community members. As an alum, Melina will be able to add insight as to how zines are a part of our own history. Participants will also be able to make a zine, with guidance. Hopefully, participants will leave the workshop with a newfound appreciation for zines and an interest in creating their own. This Crafternoon is also a session for BOOM.

Students on Campus: paper will be available for pickup, as well as a variety of color making supplies to choose from. If you would like to pick up supplies, please select "On-Campus Supply Pickup" so that we may contact you with pickup instructions. You must be living on campus to pick up supplies.

Remote Students: Here's what you'll need: printer paper (or any easily foldable paper, writing utensil, coloring items, a pair of scissors.

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