Archive | May, 2013

MAY 25-26 Big Zine Weekend: For the Elephant & InPrint Workshop!

15 May

Hi everyone! Thanks to everyone who came by our table at Pop shop Houston this past weekend; it was a great time. Now we’re getting geared up for two great events coming up soon, and in rapid succession to boot!

 

The first event is a zine showcase called For The Elephant: Houston Zine Jamboree on Saturday, May 25 from 2-6pm at the Texas Art Asylum (1719 Live Oak, Houston, TX 77003).  There will be high school students exhibiting their zine work as well as a bunch of other artists.  Zine Fest Houston will have a booth there with all of our regular merchandise for sale/browsin’.
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The following day, Sunday, May 26 from 2-5pm, we will be hosting a workshop titled Be Your Own Publisher! at the Inprint offices (1520 W. Main, Houston, TX 77006).  For more information on Inprint, check out their website at www.inprinthouston.org.  This workshop will focus on introducing a variety of DIY publishing techniques and we will go over how to create a self-made book through a couple of hands-on exercises.  We will be joined by John Pluecker, a writer, interpreter, translator and co-founder of the language justice and literary experimentation collaborative, Antena.  Optional materials to bring to the workshop include any personal writing and/or collage images, but we will provide basic supplies for the workshop such as paper, pens, glue sticks etc.
Also, due to a limited amount of space, we are kindly asking that you RSVP via email to info@zinefesthouston.org if you would like to attend the workshop and if you plan on bringing a +1.  
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Zine Fest Houston at Pop Shop Houston!

10 May

Zine Fest Houston at Pop Shop Houston!

Saturday and Sunday May 11-12 Houston!
We’ll be there with zines, stickers, prints, and Houston!
If you are interested in volunteering and the opportunity to sell/distribute your work, just come by the Pop Shop and sit with us Houston!

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