Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30
Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30
Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30
Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30
Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30
Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30
Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30

Zo Zines workshop Every Monday 12:00-1:30

Vendor
Zo Defferary
Regular price
£10.00
Sale price
£10.00
Tax included.

A zine workshop putting all the things you like in one place - or you can make your own set of zines.

Zines- Drawing and collage. 
An in
troduction to what a zine is in each session. I'll show you a bunch of examples too.

You can tackle a subject you feel passionately about or just a 'Fanzine' about your favourite person/subject area like fashion/animals/sport/wellbeing etc.

Make a zine about something you're interested in or a ‘protest’ style Zine. E.g. The Environment/Veganism. Could be something serious, or equally something about dance/nature/walking/skateboarding/theatre - anything goes!

Materials provided by me: 
Glue, scissors, old magazines/wrapping paper/anything 2D that you can cut up, photocopies/print outs, mixed coloured/patterned A4 papers, felt tips/coloured pencils, string.

Materials to gather and bring with you: 
Anything paper that you like old birthday cards/magazines etc, washi tape, ribbon, anything you like using.

Every Monday for 5 weeks 12-1:30

Suitable for ages 11+

Craftship enterprise CIC hires the workshop space and offers a booking system for this workshop held by Zo Defferary. This business holds full responsibility for this workshop and listing information.

Parents/guardians of children are required to stay in the Craftship. Please note seats are only allocated to ticketed workshop attendees (so you may have to stand behind your child if the seating is taken). 

This workshop will be held in our new ground floor purpose created workshop space, the Craftship! Find us opposite Made in Ashford, next door to the side of Greggs just inside Park Mall. 

About the workshop leader:

For the last few years all my time is spent facilitating others via creative workshops e.g. community group, youth clubs, school art workshops etc. Trying to provide people with the tools to be independently, or even socially creative. This can be for wellbeing, growth or just to have ‘downtime’ from their daily grind. My personal practice is sculpture, someone once said "Zo is a relentless constructor of objects and playful expander of material potential" I loved that! Basically, I am interested in form and sculpture as fun experiments in the possibilities of stuff within the everyday. Concentrating heavily on reclaimed materials/objects. This is underpinned with a daily drawing; no paper is left un-doodled on with me about!