The MMA's Mini Zine Making Workshop

Joleen Awad
January 18, 2024
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The McMaster Museum of Art is hosting a workshop to teach the basics of mini zine making and trading art

For this year's Thrive Week, the McMaster Museum of Art is hosting a mini zine-making workshop. The workshop will be hosted on January 23 from 12 to 1 p.m.

Thrive Week is being held from January 22 to 26, and it is being managed by the McMaster Okanagan Office of Health and Mental Well-being. Its purpose is to bring the university community together to discuss mental health and find ways to support each other. Different areas of campus will be holding events throughout the week for students, alumni, staff and faculty.

Past Thrive Week events have included a therapy dog visit, a guided forest walk, a farm visit and a kind thoughts box.

The event will cover the basics of making mini zines while allowing participants to practice their own unique artistic style. You can also learn about trading your creations and the artistic process of zines in general. The workshop will also have a tour of the museum's exhibition Chasm.

The workshop is free to attend and includes free access to zine-making materials. To attend, you have to register online. Spots are limited!

Students should check out the upcoming event if they are interested in creating art or zines, learning more about different artistic forms or taking a break from studies to do something fun. Students should also keep an eye out for other Thrive Week events, especially if they are looking for ways to prioritize their mental health during the busy start to the semester. The full listing of Thrive Week events can be found here.

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