Sass + Zines Fest 2019

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Saturday, July 27, 2019, 12-6pm, Free & open to the public

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Booklyn is proud to present Sass + Zines: Celebrating WOC + QPOC in Print, a one-day zine fair on July 27th, 2019 at the Brooklyn Army Terminal. The event features 20 vendors presenting a variety of zines, prints, artist books, and independent comics. Sass + Zines is an annual Booklyn event that celebrates Women of color and queer persons of color (WOC/QPOC) in print. The event provides a space for emerging and historically marginalized artists and presses to exhibit, share, and sell their work. 

Featuring: 

Cindy Trinh Photography
La Horchata Zine
LAKAS Zine
Lana C. Marilyn
Little Big Time Press
Liu Light
Liv & Sabii
Maamoul Press
Mariame Kaba
PGlitchii
POMMO Press
Secret Riso Club 
Seong Eun McFarlane
Soumya Dhulekar
Sunmi
Victoria Priano
Zineralia

It is important to recognize the unique communities that WOC/QPOC have created, Sass + Zines provides a platform for these individual artists and communities to come together and share their work with each other and with a larger audience. Vendors are local artists, as well as small presses and zine collectives from D.C. and Baltimore. The work presented at Sass + Zines includes perzines, independent comics, artist books, and risograph prints. 

Among the vendors are: Maamoul Press, a multidisciplinary collective consisting of a diverse range of creators from marginalized backgrounds, working to foster the arts in their communities through publishing, workshops, exhibitions, and distribution; Secret Riso Club will exhibit risograph posters with pro-immigration and anti-gentrification messages, alongside zines with social justice narratives; Liu Light is an artist, illustrator, writer, musician, and performer. Their subjects primarily revolve around (dis)connection, reality, relationships, science fiction, self, and diaspora; La Horchata Zine is a seasonal publication featuring artists of Central American ancestry; Little Big Time Press promotes up-and-coming artists and illustrators from the Philippines, as well as creators with an interest in exploring and expanding the form of the book.

Location:
Brooklyn Army Terminal, North Lobby Atrium
140 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220

This exhibition is made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo, and the New York State Legislature and additionally, in part, by funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

For more information contact Richard Lee, rlee@booklyn.org

Sass + Zines poster image, © Liu Light, 2019.