During this workshop, zinester Rae Parnell (aka Raezor Beam) sets out to create a safe space for people from LGBTQAI+ and POC communities, centring LGBTQAI+ people of color.
During this intimate workshop attendees will get the tools to create their own 6-page mini-zine out of (reproduced) printed materials from the collections of the Black Queer Archives and IHLIA LGBT Heritage.
The aim of this workshop is to facilitate conversations around self-expression, representation and activism. Zines, through their DIY roots, have long been – and continue to be – an important medium for marginalized communities to express themselves, communicate with one another, and share community based knowledge.
This workshop is free and open for all, but capacity is limited. To attend please send an email to email@example.com
Rae Parnell (aka RaeZor Beam) is a researcher, writer, and artist based in the Hague, NL. They do healing work and community building through workshop facilitation and use the process of zine-making to archive queer and trans communities of color. Although they are currently exploring movement based work, Rae often returns to zine making as a way to archive their experiences, and the wisdom of the community around them.
This workshop is organized by IHLIA LGBT Heritage in proud collaboration with Black Queer Archives and presented within the framework of Nos tei, an exhibition curated by Julian Isenia and Naomie Pieter. Nos tei is an incitement to a more inclusive description of LGBT history.
IHLIA LGBT Heritage, Oosterdokskade 143, 1011 DL Amsterdam
Prinsenzaal (6.1), 6th floor OBA Oosterdok
Thurday 15 august 2019, 19.00 – 21.30
Sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org
Image credit (left to right): Feminist Art Fest, cover, Rae Parnell. DIVERGE, cover, Rae Parnell. Rae Parnell, portrait, ph: Larissa Clement Belhacel