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Creating Queer Futures: Zine-Making Workshop

29 February 2024
4.00pm – 7.00pm AEDT
Block A, Paddington Campus
An abstract collage of different paper materials, brightly coloured with different textures

Zines (small, DIY magazines) have a long history in queer communities and continue to be a powerful way to share information, art, stories, experiences and perspectives. As an alternative to mainstream publishing, zines allows people to share their work directly with others, from their own hands to the hands of readers. This free event invites people to build on this history and make their own queer zines that paint a picture of their wants, hopes and dreams for the future.

We will provide creative materials and a photocopier so people can make and share their zines during Mardi Gras 2024. We invite people to donate a copy of zines they make, and with these we will create a queer zine library/archive that collects the diverse visions that people have for the future.

Held at UNSW Paddington campus, the workshop will be open from 4-7pm on Thursday 29 February. Attendees are invited to drop in and create throughout this time.