Tag Archives: zine

ZICS // Same Stuff, Different Punks

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Fanzines aren’t news to anyone and have been an integral part of punk and hardcore subcultures since the early 80’s. They gave a platform to bands who’d not receive any media attention and proliferated a relatively closed off culture. Fast forward thirty years and fanzines are still being made, this time with greater accessibility.


Too Fat to Skate founder, Matt Lynch will be joined Olly from Sydney based zine-come-record-label Lost Boy and Luke Bell from Brisbane zine / website The Last of Our Kind / More Than Tape will speak on this panel.

This panel will cover physically printed fan zines stand within the modern punk and hardcore world, how to best utilize the resources available to create hone a consistent zine, and expanding from being a stand alone zine into something more.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 4pm – 5pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 


ZICS // Same Stuff, Different Punks

ZICS Thumb

Fanzines aren’t news to anyone and have been an integral part of punk and hardcore subcultures since the early 80’s. They gave a platform to bands who’d not receive any media attention and proliferated a relatively closed off culture. Fast forward thirty years and fanzines are still being made, this time with greater accessibility.


Too Fat to Skate founder, Matt Lynch will be joined Olly from Sydney based zine-come-record-label Lost Boy and Luke Bell from Brisbane zine / website The Last of Our Kind / More Than Tape will speak on this panel.

This panel will cover physically printed fan zines stand within the modern punk and hardcore world, how to best utilize the resources available to create hone a consistent zine, and expanding from being a stand alone zine into something more.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 4pm – 5pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 


ZICS // Same Stuff, Different Punks

ZICS Thumb

Fanzines aren’t news to anyone and have been an integral part of punk and hardcore subcultures since the early 80’s. They gave a platform to bands who’d not receive any media attention and proliferated a relatively closed off culture. Fast forward thirty years and fanzines are still being made, this time with greater accessibility.


Too Fat to Skate founder, Matt Lynch will be joined Olly from Sydney based zine-come-record-label Lost Boy and Luke Bell from Brisbane zine / website The Last of Our Kind / More Than Tape will speak on this panel.

This panel will cover physically printed fan zines stand within the modern punk and hardcore world, how to best utilize the resources available to create hone a consistent zine, and expanding from being a stand alone zine into something more.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 4pm – 5pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 


ZICS // Health, Creating and Me

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Being a creator is hard enough. When you have physical or mental health issues it adds an additional barrier to work through.


Matthew Nicholls, creator of Indie Comic Previews, publisher Boy In A box Productions and writer, will be joined by illustrator and zinester Philip Dearest and Laura (Bloomurder Zines) to discuss being a creator while dealing with their own health issues.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 3pm – 4pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 

 

 


ZICS // Health, Creating and Me

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Being a creator is hard enough. When you have physical or mental health issues it adds an additional barrier to work through.


Matthew Nicholls, creator of Indie Comic Previews, publisher Boy In A box Productions and writer, will be joined by illustrator and zinester Philip Dearest and Laura (Bloomurder Zines) to discuss being a creator while dealing with their own health issues.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 3pm – 4pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 

 

 


ZICS // Health, Creating and Me

ZICS Thumb

Being a creator is hard enough. When you have physical or mental health issues it adds an additional barrier to work through.


Matthew Nicholls, creator of Indie Comic Previews, publisher Boy In A box Productions and writer, will be joined by illustrator and zinester Philip Dearest and Laura (Bloomurder Zines) to discuss being a creator while dealing with their own health issues.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 3pm – 4pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 

 

 


ZICS // Quick ‘n’ Dirty: How To Make Minicomics

down and dirty mini comics workshop

Comics may seem like a huge time investment, but huge ‘n’ epic isn’t always best!


Petrie Press creator Alisha Jade takes the process of comics and demonstrates how to make a minicomic, fast and cheap!

Alisha has been making Minicomics for three years and combines an enthusiasm for structural experimentation with a love of storytelling. With minicomics ranging from sci-fi to queer heartfelt growth, cute to horrific, she believes you can do anything with minicomics, even on a limited schedule and budget.

You can see Alisha’s work at petriepress.com.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 2pm – 3pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 

 


ZICS // Quick ‘n’ Dirty: How To Make Minicomics

down and dirty mini comics workshop

Comics may seem like a huge time investment, but huge ‘n’ epic isn’t always best!


Petrie Press creator Alisha Jade takes the process of comics and demonstrates how to make a minicomic, fast and cheap!

Alisha has been making Minicomics for three years and combines an enthusiasm for structural experimentation with a love of storytelling. With minicomics ranging from sci-fi to queer heartfelt growth, cute to horrific, she believes you can do anything with minicomics, even on a limited schedule and budget.

You can see Alisha’s work at petriepress.com.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 2pm – 3pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 

 


ZICS // Quick ‘n’ Dirty: How To Make Minicomics

down and dirty mini comics workshop

Comics may seem like a huge time investment, but huge ‘n’ epic isn’t always best!


Petrie Press creator Alisha Jade takes the process of comics and demonstrates how to make a minicomic, fast and cheap!

Alisha has been making Minicomics for three years and combines an enthusiasm for structural experimentation with a love of storytelling. With minicomics ranging from sci-fi to queer heartfelt growth, cute to horrific, she believes you can do anything with minicomics, even on a limited schedule and budget.

You can see Alisha’s work at petriepress.com.

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 2pm – 3pm
  • Free, no bookings required
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank

 

 


ZICS // Earn a crust, punk!

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Earning a crust as a zinester, is it possible? Hosted by ZICS co-founder and Copier Jam! curator Jeremy Staples.


Staples has invited renowned Risograph printer and illustrator Ashley Ronning (MELB) , Gemma Flack a Melbourne based artist and stick and poke tattooist and prolific zinester, musician and activist Andy Paine.

Along with Staples, they will discuss the juggling act of earning a living as a zine creator, the struggles of creativity and being motivated while working and what will and won’t they do to survive. As well as covering how they actually earn a crust and survive!

 

Event details.

  • Sunday 21 August
  • 2pm – 3pm
  • Free, no bookings required – Facebook Event
  • The Edge, Cultural Centre, South Bank