Graphic Self-representation Through Zine-making


Sat. Oct 3
Espace Rouge
10 Avenue des Pins Ouest #312

This hands-on workshop will use the medium of the zine to explore ideas and approaches to visual/graphic self-representation. Participants will combine text and imagery to create an easily-reproducible zine that presents their own personal diaspora narrative/identity in a visually engaging and collectively empowering way.

Kevin Yuen-Kit Lo is a Montreal-based graphic designer, visual artist and community organiser. He runs the independent design studio LOKI, focused on social change through visual production. He is a founding member of the Howl Arts Collective, a member of Artivistic, sits on the board of Archive Montreal and the artist-run centre articule, and is a long-standing jury member with Memefest, the festival of radical communication.