We offer tailored library instruction and workshops on zine-making and using zines in scholarly research.

Zine-making workshops can encompass hands-on experiences with formatting and cut+paste work to create zines using a combination of digital and analog technologies.

For research-centered sessions, we often curate a thematic group of zines to share with students.

We’d love to collaborate with your to create in-session activities and assignments related to zines and zine-making.

Courses we have worked with in the past include:

  • ARS105 – Intro to Studio Art
  • ARS301 – Thematic Drawing
  • ENG 180 – Composition
  • ENG 476 – Graphic Literature
  • WOM220 – Women, Images, and Realities
  • WOM315 – Queer Women