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Stop on by the library to learn a brief history of this compact art form. Zines have a history of being a portable way to combine narrative and art in a portable and easily sharable, or hideable, format. Originally based in political activism and the preferred format for easily disseminating information this much-loved small format art piece will be coming to the Evelyn S. Field Library on December 6th. There is no right or wrong way to zine and library staff member and local artist Kara DJ @sacredsomethingbykara will be showing everyone how to do the one page eight panel method. All you need is a sheet of paper, which we will be providing along with craft supplies and other collaging materials. You can even use our scanner to send it to yourself, or a friend. We look forward to seeing you!

While registration is not required, it will help us to figure out how much material we need to prepare.