Workshop with Bailey Sharp
Youth and adult program

Saturday 21 September
1pm to 3pm
$5 or FREE for Members
Bookings essential by Friday 13 September

Drop in for a practical workshop on zine-making, the art of producing your own books by hand. If you like to write or draw, publishing zines is a great way to share your work and engage with other makers in Australia and around the world. The workshop will be led by Bailey Sharp, a local comics artist and zine-maker who helps run the Other Worlds zine fair in Sydney. Experienced zinesters or first-timers welcome. As we’re making, we’ll have a chat about the history of zines, how to get involved in the scene and discuss any questions you might have about making your own publications.

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.

SUPPLIED: All materials and light refreshments
DURATION: 2 hours
WHAT TO BRING: Scrap paper, magazines, newspapers

Zine workshop is being held in conjunction to exhibition:

Self-Made: Zines and Artist Books

This exhibition 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.