Arts Council of Lake Oswego (ACLO) invites you to
Make a Zine
WHAT IS A ‘ZINE’? Pronounced “ZEEN”, zines are generally cheap forms of printed expression/communication on any subject. They are often handmade and locally distributed (think handmade booklet) allowing the zinester (zine maker/artists/writer) to share their thoughts and ideas with the world. Zines resist mainstream media, ideals and profit to offer an alternative, grass-roots mode of communication. For the program book, see the online version on our website – CLICK HERE TO BE CONNECTED TO ONLINE GALLERY PAGE!
Now that you know what a zine is, let’s make one! Follow along with Kate Bingaman-Burt on the video below. Or, if you want a step-by-step print version, go to our website by clicking here!
Here are some ideas on what to make:
- What are you doing through the COVID-19 quarantine? Show us!
- How do you feel about the COVID-19
- What are you cooking in your kitchen?
- Have some fun indoor activity ideas?
SUBMIT YOUR ZINE(S) HERE!
Share your zines with us! Tag us in the photos you share of your zine and use the hashtag: #TheArtOfHomemadeResistance
For email submissions – we will post them to our web page! [email protected]