SPEAKER | Jeff Phillips
WHEN | Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 6:30 pm (MST)
WHERE | Online (via Zoom – link provided in registration email)
COST | Free for CPAC members *; $10 for non-members
*Member discount applied when you checkout for payment
ABOUT | For April’s PhotoVox event we invited Jeff Phillips to speak about the world of photo zines. A photo zine is most often a hand-made, self-published book that is easy and inexpensive to create. Zines offer exciting potential for new creative expression and as a democratized platform that can help get your work out into the world. Making a photo zine can help you raise awareness about your practice, reenergize a stalled project, or even help you test the waters if you plan to publish a photo book.
In this presentation, we will:
– Take a tour of the zine universe, so that we can understand what’s possible
– Explore how visual artists are using zines in their practice
– Understand the fundamental process of zinemaking
– Share free resources to help you make your first photo zine
Jeff Phillips is a photographic artist living and working in Chicago. He is interested in non-traditional ways of presenting photography, including zine-making, photographic projection and immersive installations. Jeff is a frequent workshop presenter at Columbia College Chicago, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Maine Media College, Los Angeles Center of Photography and other arts education organizations. Jeff serves as Board President for Filter Photo, and since 2009 has helped produce the annual Filter Photo Festival.