What’s a zine? A zine is a self-published small magazine that can be about…ANYTHING!
This workshop explores the history and techniques of zines. Participants in this Young Artist course will develop a personal project and create their own zine. They will practice the art of storytelling through images and text, while thinking about how to reach a broader audience with this renegade process. We will discuss design, layout, text and study how they communicate with each other on a page. Experimenting with photo collage, image transfers and various binding techniques, participants will create a unique collection of ideas that can be expressed and distributed in the form of a zine. The age range for Young Artist courses is 13-19.
About Jeannette Rodriguez-Pineda
Jeannette Rodriguez-Pineda is a photographer, a mixed-media artist, and educator. She has recently led workshops on Antiquarian Photographic Processes, Black + White Photography in the Teen Academy at the International Center of Photography and the School Programs at the Queens Museum of Art. She is a co-founder of HUNTER Photo Collective, a group of photographers based in different locales internationally. Jeannette was an Artist-in-Residence at CPW in 2010. To learn more about Jeanette visit www.jeannetterodriguezpineda.com.
Tuition: $275 / CPW members: $250 (includes $40 non-refundable registration fee – no additional discounts)
Materials Fee $20 (included in price below)
Young Artist Scholarships available (age 13-19)
Please submit one paragraph about why you like photography, accompanied by one image by either you or your favorite artists and email before June 26, 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarships recipients announced June 28, 2016.