Canzine 2017 Poster by Adam Waito
Canzine: Festival of Zines
and Underground Culture
in partnership with filling Station Magazine and WordFest
Saturday, November 4, 2017, 12-7pm
Memorial Park Library and Arts Space
1221 2 St SW
FREE Admission! Comes with the Fall issue of Broken Pencil: Magazine of zine culture and the independent arts.
HUNDREDS OF ZINES BOOKS AND COMICS VENDORS!
• C A N Z I N E • E V E N T S •
12pm – CANZINE OPENS TO THE PUBLIC!
Hundreds of zines, books, comic, and small press vendors! Trade, buy, sell, browse, chill, enjoy!
2pm-6pm — ALL AGES ZINE ZONE!
Rich Theroux and Jess Szabo will be running a super-rad interactive workshop for kids and teens! Zine making, readings, activities and more!
3pm – 4pm • PANEL: ZINES AND SELF-PUBLISHING AS RESISTANCE IN THE DIGITAL AGE
The alternative press has always been a home for radical ideas, organizing efforts and crucial kowledge production. But in the 21st century, self-publishing and print take on new qualities and political tools for artists, writers, and activists. In this panel, zinesters, writers and illustrators will discuss the radical potentialities — and necessary pitfalls — of zines as political tools in the digital age.
— FILLING STATION PRESENTS: BOOK ARTS WORKSHOP •
filling Station magazine will be presenting a series of workshops for book artists and other creators, including bookbinding, chapbooks and more! More information comign soon!
GET INVOLVED WITH CANZINE!
The Goldcorp Centre is a wheelchair accessible venue. Please email [email protected] with any other accessibility questions.
Volunteers needed! For questions and ideas, or to volunteer email: [email protected]
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About Canzine: The Canzine Festival of Zines and Underground Culture was first held in Toronto in 1995. Since its inception, Canzine events in Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Calgary and Halifax have displayed thousands of zines and small press works and hosted hundreds of writers and performers.
Canzine is organized by Broken Pencil: The Magazine of Zine Culture and the Independent Arts.