DATE & TIME
April 05, 2021
Get your art and ideas into the world with zines. We’ll look at zine history, structure options, topics and distribution. Students will work with the instructor through concept, development, and execution and walk through the printing process. Students will make at least one simple zine and work on developing larger ones. Students get help during the three weeks with print files, proofreading and more.
2021 Workshop Dates:
- February 8 – 22 (Mondays), 6 – 7:30 pm
- April 5 – 19 (Mondays), 6 – 7:30 pm
Required Equipment: Computer with word processing ability and access to Google Classroom, Zoom, ability to scan work or ability to edit and take digital photos (unless doing the entire project digitally). Class materials are hosted on Google Classrooms website and video meetings are conducted on Zoom. You must have or create a personal Google Account to be able to access the class website.
Optional but helpful supplies include: typewriter, scanner, printer and/or tablet.
About the Instructor: Maxx Follis-Goodkind is a teaching artist and zinester, cartoonist, illustrator, fine artist, crafter, and puppeteer – depending on the day. She has been making zines since high school, which was more than half her life ago now. She has published poetry, interviews, music reviews, illustrations and comics and is excited to help you explore putting your passions on paper. Maxx is the director of Push/Pull, program director of Ballard Night Out, and helps run Push/Pull Press.
Scholarships are available for this class! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for a scholarship.