This Saturday 4/6 at the Brooklyn Museum: Make a page in a food zine!
This weekend, join us at the Brooklyn Museum for our New York Times-endorsed community-sourced cookbook zine-making event, hosted by the D.C.-based food zine The Runcible Spoon and Brooklyn’s own The East Village Inky and I Love Bad Movies. We’ll be in the Cantor Auditorium on the 3rd Floor, near the elevators.
Stop by to make your own page for the full-color zine! You can write out your favorite recipe or food story, collage and cut-and-paste it into zine form, and/or bring your own materials to jazz your page up. We’ll have all the supplies you’ll need, including templates, pens, markers, and collage materials, so all you need to bring is your food-loving self.
It all happens this Saturday 4/6, and there are two start times for two different sessions — at 8pm and 9pm. The event is free and ages 16 & over (due to a change in the program, the “all ages” note on the poster is no longer accurate), but space is limited and you’ll need to get a complimentary ticket from the museum’s Visitor Center in order to join one of the sessions. Then sign up to receive an e-mail when the finished zine goes online a few weeks later.
We’ll also have a table with zines for sale, plus postcards for the Brooklyn Zine Fest, the Art Exchange Program grant, and more. Enjoy a free night at the museum and help us kick off the two-weeks-to-BZF (Sunday, April 21st) countdown!