Join this zine making workshop led by Gem Allison as part of the Reclaiming Space public programme. This workshop will explore zine history as a radical medium and during the session you will be creating works inspired by protest ephemera.
Framed within RESOLVE Collective’s leisure/work installation and inspired by Brighton’s growing DIY arts scene, Reclaiming Space seeks to share stories of the physical and intangible ways space can be reclaimed from the diverse perspectives of under-represented artists.
Free to attend, materials provided.
Gem Allison is an MA student studying Curating collections and heritage with a specific interest in lgbtq+ intergenerational connection in her research. As a working class creative, she is passionate about removing barriers of access to the arts and works as an engagement assistant at Fabrica gallery and delivers arts workshops across diy venues in Brighton including the Queery, the Ledward centre and The Feminist bookshop. Through her own artwork she aims to create a sense of community through creating and raises money for local grassroots orgs.