“It’s pronounced zEEn” – Thurs. Mar. 28 12-1:30pm

Step into the vibrant world of zines with MLIS candidate Ozwel Ryann Le Clair. Explore the rich history of these DIY publications and uncover the secrets behind their enduring popularity. From their humble origins to their revolutionary impact on culture, explore the evolution of zines and their significance today.

In this interactive workshop, you’ll receive expert guidance as Oz leads you through the creation process of the most popular style of zine and shows you the essential skills needed to craft your very own zine masterpiece. With all materials provided, unleash your creativity and bring your ideas to life in a tangible, tactile form.

Whether you’re a seasoned zine enthusiast or a curious newcomer, this workshop offers an invaluable opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of artistic expression, community building, and creative empowerment. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this inspiring exploration of zine culture.

Thursday, March 28, 2024, 12-1:20pm, FNB 3020 Library Meeting Rooms D+E

Sign up in the library or email fimslib@uwo.ca to register.