Open Call for zines
Your feminist zine to Spreadzine!
F(eminist)H(ack)M(eetings) invites you to send feminist zines to the presentation library, “Zinedisplayer”, of the SPREAD Zinefestival until 11th of September. In this year's SPREAD Zinefest, FHM will organise a workshop on zine making and invite zines from different feminist networks to be displayed in the festival. We invite you to contribute with your zine(s) themed around feminism, L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+ issues, hacking, biohacking, technology, art, food etc. The delivery costs will be covered.
If you wish to participate or if you have questions send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
SPREAD Zinefest is a festival focusing on self published art and prints, including a library, a zinemarket, workshops, lectures, petanque and network moments in a splendid setting! GRONINGEN, NL / SIGN (www.sign2.nl) + HET RESORT (www.hetresort.nl) SPREAD Zinefest, a collaboration between art stages SIGN and Het resort and Floor van Meeuwen, arose from a shared interest in DIY making culture and the need for unruly initiatives. It is a recurring festival that focuses on self-published art; booklets, zines and prints. SPREAD 2021 takes place at 3 nearby locations in the city of Groningen and in the public space. In 10 days, the creation, distribution and communicative importance of self-published art is brought to the attention. This through. a meaning market, meaning library, workshops, lectures, events, interventions, distribution activities, incl. digital pendants. SPREAD examines the content, form and distribution of zines and allows makers from the Netherlands and peripheral areas and communities from abroad to come together, creating connections, experiment, get inspiration and new ideas and works. SPREAD focuses on zines as a form of communication, on national and international zine networks and compares each other's expressions and products, including circumstances.
more info: http://www.spreadzinefest.nl/
FHM are a series of research meetings and workshops that are initiated by Varia (https://vvvvvvaria.org/) in Rotterdam. They explore the potentialities and imaginaries of feminist technological collectives. These gatherings aim to challenge who counts as a hacker, and what counts as hacking. The diverse activities of these gatherings includes sociopolitical discussions around technology and feminism, storytelling, prototyping and skill-sharing, as well as art experiments. The sessions are open for anyone interested in technology and the processes of shaping it, to discuss and work together.
more info: https://fhm.varia.zone/