Sat, Sep 25|
Zine Making Workshop with Drew Brown
Join KODA in this artist-activist workshop led by photographer Drew Brown through the process of zine creation.
Time & Location
Sep 25, 2021, 8:00 PM – 8:05 PM EDT
About the Event
Join KODA in this artist-activist workshop led by photographer Drew Brown, as he guides CUNY students through the process of turning protest photos (either their own or provided) into zines.
Drawing from his experience publishing his own zine, “My Execution Might Be Televised”, Drew Brown’s workshop allows students to get hands-on as artist-activists while engaging in discussions surrounding ethical artistic practices, particularly within the context of art in activism.
Participants who complete the workshop will be emailed a certificate of participation.
About Drew Brown
Drew Brown is a New York-based photographer whose work features social gatherings from prison abolition protests to music festivals. His first Kickstarter campaign—Street Flash Photo Zine—features shots from three different climate strike marches in New York City and his thoughts on how climate justice, racial justice, and youth culture intertwine.
KODA is a social practice nonprofit arts organization focusing on conceptual mid-career artists ingrained in social justice. KODA offers survey exhibitions as well as tailor-made and community-based artist residencies, through collaborations with socially engaged partners. The nonprofit serves the community with contemporary art events and outreach to strengthen arts education. In its overall mission to support the artistic and professional growth of artists, KODA acts as a laboratory for creative concepts, reflecting its core values of curiosity and collaboration.