Zine-making is a form of art-making that is informal and accessible to everyone! There are no rules about the ways zine-creators express themselves. Zines can be complex or simple, they can have lots of writing or none, they can use original drawings or borrowed images. In this workshop, artist William Camargo will teach youth and teens how to use zine-making to tell their stories.
This workshop is open to youth ages 11-18. Free zine-making kits are available from Muzeo or participants can use materials available at their homes or schools.
Register in advance to participate in the workshop live with William or tune in to Muzeo’s YouTube channel to livestream the workshop.
Advance registration is required to participate in the Zoom workshop.
About the artist: William Camargo
William Camargo is an Arts Educator, Photo-Based Artist and Arts Advocate born and raised in Anaheim, California, he is currently serving as Commissioner of Heritage and Culture in the city of Anaheim and holds an M.F.A at Claremont Graduate University. He is the founder and curator of Latinx Diaspora Archives an archive Instagram page that elevates communities of color through family photos. He attained his BFA at the California State University, Fullerton, and an AA from Fullerton College in photography.
Origins & Displacements is a body of William’s work currently on view at Muzeo and Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana in window/storefront installations. The exhibition is organized by the CSUF Begovich Gallery.