Join artist and Grrrl Zine founder Lu Williams for a two hour workshop looking at the history of zine making, its use's as a form of self care, a political tool, an artwork navigating space between magazines, books and traditional publishing and a way of shining light on marginalised voices.
There will also be time for collage, making + discussion. Take home your own zine or add it to our library.
Lu Williams bio
The intersections between Luʼs identities as a queer, working class women, have greatly informed the artistʼs work and socially orientated practice.
They founded Grrrl Zine Fair in 2015, which hosts zine workshops, Grrrl In Print- a printed collective zine and a 300+ publication strong feminist zine library which tours the UK and has been exhibited at British Film Institute, V&A Museum, Art Book in China, Beijing.
Grrrl Zine Fair platforms women, trans and non-binary artists, putting di-versity and accessibility at the forefront of her artistic practice.
Grrrl Zine Fairʼs are comprised of a self-publishing fair, panel talks, performances, live music, exhibitions and workshops.
Grrrl Zine workshops are for everyone, with an emphasis on equality, intersectionality, accessibility and mental wellbeing.