Tutor: Angelo Karle
Photography has a rich history of self-publishing and DIY approaches to the sharing of work, exemplified by the current exhibition of Café Royal Books. If you’re inspired by a more lo-fi way of making and want to try it yourself, join us for a project day dedicated to making your own zines.
This course will cover the basics of zine making with a view to the inter-relation of concept and material, asking how image selection or conceptual direction can influence your choice of print and binding methods. We will also explore how the zine format and DIY ethic has a democratising potential for artists. Participants will get the opportunity to create their own zine during the course and can come prepared with images or art to work with. Alternatively, participants can simply allow themselves to be inspired by the workshop and the example zines provided on the day.
This course is run by Angelo Karle, creator of ‘the first word you see describes who you are’. Angelo’s practice explores themes of pathologies, transgenderism and (pseudo)sciences.
Courses are subject to minimum enrolment. Please register early, within five days of the start date, to reduce the likelihood of course cancellation.
Students, anyone over the age of 65, and those in receipt of any form of benefits can claim the concessionary price, offering a 10% discount on the full course price. Valid proof of eligibility must be produced on the first day of the course. Please use the code CONCESSION when prompted at checkout.