Intro to DIY Photography Zines - Spring 2023
|DATE / TIME||May 7, 2023 | Sunday 12:30-5:30pm|
Payment & Refund Policy
|FORMAT||In-person, enrollment is limited to 12 students. Please review our COVID-19 Safety Protocols for complete information about requirements for students, faculty, and staff.|
A zine (pronounced “zeen”) is often a limited-run, handmade and affordable publication. Depending on your zine’s purpose and choice of materials and design elements, the production value can vary greatly from dollars to cents. In this one day workshop we will make Photography Zines and discuss the various ways that they can benefit photographers of all levels and genres. We will create reusable zine dummies with multiple binding techniques, tools and formats. In the process of making our zines, we will cover photo editing and sequencing methods, the many tools used, and different design, material and publishing options. Participants will need to bring at least 32 images, printed 4 images on 8.5” x 11” paper. These will be our mini work prints for editing, sequencing and laying out your zines. Laser printer or photocopier prints are ideal but any print method is fine as long as your prints are a maximum of 5.5” x 4.25”. Color images are ok, just keep in mind that any reproductions we make during the workshop will be black and white. Basic zine making tools and materials will be provided.
Photographer Craig Mammano (1975, New Jersey) studied at Hunter College, The City University of New York. Spending the next few years working in the archives of the Black Star publishing company and assisting world-renowned documentary photographer, Joseph Rodriguez. His work has been exhibited at The Association of Photographers Gallery, London; FOTO FEST Biennial, Houston, TX; Home Space Gallery, New Orleans, LA; GET THIS Gallery, Atlanta, GA; and Permanent Gallery, Brighton, England, among others. Since 2001 he has been making photography zines and artist books, both self-published and working with many celebrated independent publishers including The Photocopy Club, Brighton/London; Swill Children, Brooklyn, NY; King Hamburger Eyes; and Kaugummi Books. He currently lives in South Beacon Hill, Seattle.
Images © Craig Mammano