|30th April 2021|
|6.30pm - 8pm|
|Online Event Glasgow|
|£0 - £12 (Pay-What-You-Can)|
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Darcy will share her favourite butch archive items and lead us in activities for engaging the archive together.
There will be an invitation for you to write comments in response to prompts and questions in the chat box and to make comments or ask questions via voice and/or video but this is not required, just an option.
Check out butcharchive.com in advance.
About the workshop leader:
Darcy Leigh is a zinester and DIY archivist. She co-runs Easter Road Press, an insurrectionary transfeminist press based in Leith, as well as running Butch Archive. When not deep in DIY culture, Darcy is an academic who researches colonialism, co-runs a program enabling weirdo (aka ‘non-traditional’) students to access law, and is committed to the end of the ivory tower.
Access information for this event:
This event is for ages 14+ and will be held online using Zoom. You will need a good internet connection and a laptop/computer/mobile device to join us.
There will be 500 attendees maximum, and the event will feature comfort breaks. During this event there will be: Whole group discussions
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All talks and ‘Young Producers’ events at Glasgow Zine Fest are live closed captioned and include BSL interpretation.
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About Glasgow Zine Fest:
Glasgow Zine Fest (GZF) is brought to you by the team at Glasgow Zine Library. It is an annual festival that celebrates self-publishing and Do It Yourself (DIY) ethos. GZF is a yearly opportunity to come, see, make, share, and do. Spanning the full month of April 2021, this year’s festival is host to an online zine fair of over 60 makers, in addition to workshops, talks, performances, and readings.
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