Join us to learn how to create your own Zine! Zines are self-published collections of text and/or images on a theme. We’ll provide instructions and materials, and then you can get to using writing, collage, drawing, stickers and more to make your own booklet. This workshop is open to all young family and friends of people with disabilities, chronic illness, or mental health challenges.
Drawing, collages, and other materials and techniques (all provided) will be used to create one-of-a-kind books. Come chat, learn, and creatively explore what it means to be there for someone with mental health challenges, chronic illness, or disabilities by making a zine!
What is a Zine?
Zines are typically unique, handmade, hyper-local booklets that can be private or may be used to quickly spread ideas to other members in the community. The main difference between a magazine and a zine is that zines are not out there to make a profit but, rather, to add other, often unheard voices into the mix. At its simplest, this tiny folded book can be made with one sheet of paper, a pair of scissors and a pen. Learn more here.
What will we be doing?
March 7 (Youth aged 18-30)
March 21 (Teens aged 12-17)
With Oliver Fitzpatrick
At the AMI office
5800 Decarie, Montreal
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Please note: This in person workshop is for young family and friends of people with disabilities, chronic illness, or mental health challenges. It will be interactive and space is limited. If you register and do not attend, you may be taking a spot away from someone in need.