Image Credit:Bruce Milne and Andrew Maine, editors, Fast Forward, no. 11, Melbourne, self-published, May 1982, Rare Books Collection, State Library Victoria

Image Credit: LRG journal art samples.

Zine making
Schools program

10 August to 19 October
FREE booking essential, two weeks notice required

Inspired by the Self-Made: Zines and Artist Books exhibition on exhibition from 10 August to 19 October LRG Education staff have developed a Zine making workshop for both primary and secondary school students. The State Library of Victoria has also produced a comprehensive education kit linked to the exhibition. If you would like a copy email your request to:

What is a Zine? A zine (pronounced zeen) is an independently or self-published booklet, often created by physically cutting and gluing text and images together onto a master flat for photocopying. The publication is usually folded and stapled.

GROUP SIZE: Maximum 20 participants
DURATION: Approx 2 hours
WHAT TO BRING: Scrap paper, magazines, newspapers

Self-made: zines and artist books is presented by State Library Victoria in partnership with Sticky Institute, and supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and the Visions regional touring program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to cultural material for all Australians.

Latrobe Regional Gallery's Education and Public Programs are generously supported by Australian Paper