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Sunday
22
APR

DIY Zine-making Workshop with ‘Grrrl Zine’

14:00
16:00
OVADA Gallery
Event organized by OVADA Gallery

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Contemporary feminist zines are leading the way in championing activist agendas and encouraging craftivism and creativity to empower underrepresented voices. This workshop led by artist and curator of GRRRL ZINE FAIR, Lu Williams, offers the opportunity to create your own mini zine! The session will visually explore themes of intersectional feminism and gender equality associated with Dawn Rose Red. A small selection of the most exciting contemporary feminist zines within the travelling collection of Grrrl Zine Library will be be available for reference.

This workshop is open to all and we encourage respectful and compassionate discussion of topics of intersectional feminism. We aim to create a ‘safe space’ where people are encouraged to share their views and can freely create self published materials.

COST: £12 (£10 for OVADA Associates)

Booking essential using this short form: https://goo.gl/forms/RS634pdeSm0AcY2x2

Further information: www.ovada.org.uk/event/dawn-rose-red

Please note: this workshop is due to be held in our first floor learning space, accessed via stairs only. If this would prevent you from attending, please contact us in advance so that we can discuss individual requirements.

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Lu Williams has a multidisciplinary practice including zine making, sculpture, video, Djing, writing, workshop-hosting, event planning, curation, community projects, lectures, craft, collaborating and collectivising. Lu has worked with National Trust, Metal Culture, Focal Point Gallery, East Bristol Contemporary, Bow Arts, DHP, Jagermeister, Soho Radio, Polyester Zine at Tate Modern and The British Film Institute.

Grrrl Zine Fair is a continuous project of event and project curation, workshops and self publishing. Lu Williams uses the platform to showcase work created by women, trans, non-binary, LGBTQIA*, people of colour and people with disabilities (visible or non-visible) across publishing, contemporary art and music informed by intersectional feminism and ‘Do It Yourself’ culture.

[Photo: Holly Revell]