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Zineclusivity: A Social Justice Zine Event: Home

Information about the event.

Welcome to Zineclusivity!

An image of a 50s style woman with the title "Zineclusivity" in funky text. A tan box with date information, "Oct. 20 12-2 p.m. and a register link bit.ly/csdi_community_reg and more text reading "with a tour of the queer zine archive project!"

Welcome to Zineclusivity! Join us for a virtual zine workshop as we answer the question, "How can we make Miami more inclusive?" The event will kick off with a tour of the Queer Zine Archive Project, and a discussion with the QZAP co-founder on how zines can be a tool for social justice. Come make, chat, learn, and help us imagine how to make Miami an inclusive place for all! 

How it works

In this workshop, each participant will create a single page of a zine. For your zine page, consider the question, "How can we make Miami more inclusive?" If you choose to, you may share your zine page with us (see instructions for scanning below), and we will compile the pages into one collaborative zine. 

How to participate

Register Here and you'll receive an email with the link to join the Zoom session! 

Queer Zine Archive Project

A logo with a pink-colored copy machine, and the words "Queer Zine Archive Project" in bright pink and black

Materials

You will need (at minimum)

  • 8.5 x 11" sheet of paper
  • Scissors
  • A writing utensil

Zines can be made with many other materials. Get creative!

  • Old magazines, ads, books, maps, newspapers, greeting cards, etc can be used for collage (you will need a glue stick for this)
  • Images printed from the internet (I've supplied you with some great open access collections where you can get images!) or saved to your phone
  • Printed copies of your own writings that can be remixed or turned into a zine
  • Any other crafting supply! Ribbon, glitter, stamps, stickers, washi tape, fabric, crayons, colored pencils, markers (Sharpies are especially associated with the aesthetics of zines), stencils (cookie cutters can make great stencils), paint, different kinds of paper, etc
  • Blackout poetry

Zines: More Information

Sharing Your Zine Page

Information on scanning your zine page using a smart phone

How to scan documents on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Scan documents with Google Drive (Android or iPhone)

*If you're unable to scan your zine page using a smart phone, contact pricesb@miamioh.edu for alternate ways to submit your zine.

Submit your zine page here