Join us June 9th for a deep dive into zinemaking. In this class, we will work together to create one amazing 5.5” x 8” zine.
We’ll start the class with some creative exercises to help guide our zine making. You can design one or ten pages! We will be using collage, found image/text, crayons, old journal entries, or anything you can think of. A page in the zine can consist of as little as one small sentence or one ripped piece of paper to an essay you spent 3 days writing last week. It can be anything!
Once everything is designed, we’ll compile all the pages that everyone makes into one beautiful full-color zine and make photocopies for everyone. Then we’ll learn some fun, simple binding methods. When we’re done, you get to take home a copy of the zine we all worked on.
What’s a Zine?
A zine is a noncommercial homemade publication, usually mass-produced by photocopying. They range topics, but are always filled with passion. They can be a means of telling one's story, sharing thoughts, artwork/comics/doodles, recipes, poetry, editorials, etc.
Materials and Participation Fee: $15 for MODA Sustainers, $20 for the General Public. This fee covers everything you need to bring home one full-color zine that all participants will contribute to during this workshop.
Appropriate for ages 16+. Please reach out to the facilitator at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns, or accessibility requests.
Meet Your Facilitators
Maimoona joined the MODA team as the Event Strategist in April 2018. At the museum, you’ll find Maimoona working with the Assistant Director in planning and executing all MODA events or occasionally teaching her own zine design classes.
Maimoona holds a BA in both Fine Arts and Communications Studies from Alfred University. Prior to MODA, she spent 3 years in Seattle creating art and planning art & music shows with local artists and musicians, and working as the Arts Events Coordinator at Gage Academy of Art. In her free time, you’ll find Maimoona creating art and music or biking around Atlanta.
Jessica joined MODA as a Public Programming Designer in June 2017 after working professionally as a user experience designer in Atlanta and completing degrees in Digital Media from GA Tech and Literature from UNCA. With on-the-ground experience running projects, conducting action research, designing experiences, and facilitating design thinking workshops, Jessica brings a large participatory design toolset to MODA.
At the museum, she develops adult programming and workshops, and runs corporate design thinking workshops. Jessica dedicates herself to creating inclusive spaces where people from all walks of life can express their design voice. Outside the museum, you can find her collaborating on any number of queer sci-fi writing projects, creating interactive art, and play-testing her friends’ games.
If you must cancel your plans, please notify us at least 7 days prior to the event start to receive a refund of the ticket cost minus a $10 processing fee per class. Refunds are not available if we are notified less than 7 days prior to the event start. Refunds are not available if you fail to notify us or attend the event. MODA reserves the right to cancel a program if registration for the event does not meet the minimum enrollment requirements. If MODA cancels a program, a full refund will be issued to all registrants.