Community Risograph : Zine making for QTBIPOC
Since Techno Culture Club was founded, the organisationhas always wanted to foster social inclusion through educational technology so this project is an opportunity for the QTBIPOC communities and their allies to create community resources related to different subjects around Digital Rights & Digital Justice using our Risograph.
A RISOGRAPH is a printer that combines the analog technology of screen-printing with the digital technology of a photocopier. It is a very eco-friendly printer, using biodegradable inks based from rice oil & soy, with registered recycled ink cartridges, and uses between 70-97% less energy than the average printer!
4 sessions this winter
Every Sunday from March 3rd, 2019, Techno Culture Club will provide sessions related to Digital Rights & Justice, for QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) community and its allies* with aim to encourage self empowerment through print as well as providing access to our RISOGRAPH.
Community Risograph benefits (4hrs per session) :
- Introduction to Digital Rights & Digital Justice
- Introduction to the process of making a zine
- Brainstorm, Writing Content, Formating Content
- Learning how a Risograph works and printing
- Folding & Assembling zines
Bonus : Participants will also have access to our Risograph to print projects outside of the session (prints at cost) during the month of March 2019 (dates & hours to be decided together for better accommodation).
- Sunday March 3rd, 2019 at 1-5pm : Full (register on waiting list)
- Sunday March 10th, 2019 at 1-5pm :Full (register on waiting list)
- Sunday March 17th, 2019 at 1-5pm : Full (register on waiting list)
- Sunday March 24th, 2019 at 1-5pm : register
- Sunday March 7th, 2019 : exhibition for introducing all fanzines created during the workshops
Admission is pay what you can.
These sessions are offered only to the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) community and its’ allies.
IMPORTANT : One participation only per participant in order to allow as many participants as possible to integrate the program. TCC will refuse all participants whom have already participated or registered to one session and will cancel any registration under a same name.
*”An ally is someone who supports and advocates for others. Allyship is more than
just tolerance—it means actively trying to break down the barriers and create better
circumstances for others, including marginalized people” from Build Together
Land Acknowledgement: We would like to acknowledge where these activities are held, which is on Kanien’kehá:ka (also known as Mohawk) land along with the other nations of Abénaki, Anishinaabe, and Huron-Wendat - the original water and land caretakers. These lands have been unfairly taken & we are grateful settlers doing our work to show allyship