ONLINE | Zine-making & Mail Art Exchange
10572 115 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3K6
Feb 20, 2021 - Feb 27, 2021
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Join artist Billy Marshall in this online course to explore zines, DIY art-making skills, and participate in a mail-art exchange. During the first Saturday afternoon session explore the history and background of zines, view a wide variety of exciting and interesting examples, and learn all about zine construction methods. Techniques covered will consist of paper folding, types of binding, image making, and book layout. For the second session participants will be constructing their own zines and trying out different methods and techniques using their favourite materials and art-making mediums. After the course participants can enjoy a mail art exchange and receive a handmade zine from one of their classmates.
*No experience is necessary, this class is recommended for beginner and intermediate artists. All ability levels are encouraged to register.
February 20 & 27, 2021
2 – 5 pm
$70 (materials and tools are not included, a supply list will be provided to guide participants in preparing materials)
SNAP members receive a 10% discount
Online demonstration session held through Zoom
Note: All online sessions will be recorded to capture the demonstration and will be sent to registered participants so they can view and rewatch at their leisure after the session.
Supply Information: Online course registrants can view the supply list below. SNAP staff are happy to advise on substitutions or alternate supply sources as needed. If the additional supply costs are a barrier to your full participation please be in touch with [email protected] and we will offer options and accommodations based on your needs.
About the Artist
Billy Marshall is an Edmonton based artist, who was born and raised in Fort McMurray. There she received her Art and Design Certificate from Keyano College. She completed her BFA at the University of Alberta in December 2019. She has been in a variety of shows, including Anthropocities in 2018 and Nocturne in 2019. She has worked as a print technician assistant at both SNAP and the U of A. She has taken a hiatus since the completion of her degree and is hoping to re- enter the Edmonton art scene despite the pandemic. Her work focuses on how social environments affect identity and exploring the psychological impact of violence. Through humor, sarcasm and narrative elements, she explores her own anxieties and how they affect her relations to those around her and herself. Common elements include zoomorphic metaphors, houses with all the lights on, coffee at 10 pm, utilizing paper as background and enjoying herself through it all.
For further information on SNAP courses and workshops, registration and fees, please contact SNAP.
Apply for assistance with a SNAP Scholarship:
If financial barriers are holding you back from taking this course, we invite you to apply for a scholarship. Learn more about this program.
Cancellation Policy (NEW!):
In light of COVID-19 SNAP has adjusted the Education Cancelation Policy to ensure all individuals will remain at home when feeling unwell, this includes staff, instructors, and students. If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms or are ill you must not come to SNAP, please inform SNAP Staff so we can discuss possible alternatives for your registered program.
If you need to cancel your course registration:
When possible SNAP prefers that individuals give written (email) notice to [email protected] 7 days in advance of the course start date in order to receive a full refund.