|Organisation||Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Arts Office|
|Date||8th July 2023 11:00 AM (GMT)|
In this workshop with artist Kate Escolin for 8 – 11 year olds, learn how to make your own folded zine* about climate-awareness and climate hope.
The goal for the workshop is to encourage young people to talk about their personal worries and concerns on climate change with a hopeful outlook. They will be challenged to express their own views on this politically charged topic through zine making.
Each participant will go away with their own zine, a how-to fold worksheet and hopefully a new love for zine making!
All materials provided.
*A Zine (like magazine) is a handmade publication or mini book that you make yourself with a focus on being low cost to make, produce and can be about anything. Zines started in the 1960s as informal underground publications about social and political activism.
About this artist
Kate Escolin is an illustrator and comic artist based in Kildare. She creates comics inspired by real life experiences and conversations, with an emphasis on showing emotional honesty. Her illustrations include bright colour palettes, paired with bold simple line art and rounded shapes. She wants her comics to provide a sense of comfort and understanding to her readers while also adding some humour.
Instagram @tinygreeens Twitter: @tinygreensart Website: kateescolin.com
Location: Project Room, Level 3 (beside Gallery) : dlr LexIcon Gallery dlr LexIcon Queens Road Dún Laoghaire Ireland
Admission is free and tickets can be reserved online.Back to Calendar