About the event
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Zines are a fantastic creative outlet! Express yourself in this DIY workshop where we’re giving you the tools to get your unique ideas, drawings and stories on paper.
Zines are easy to make independently published magazines that can be about anything – from comics, art and cooking, to poetry and more. Showcase your interests as we use everyday art materials to create collages and more through a hands-on cutting, folding and pasting project that you get to take home!
All participants will leave the workshop with a mini-zine of their own!
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Prior registration is mandatory; walk-ins will not be allowed.
This event is open to the public and recommended for ages 12 to 16.
The participation fee per child (payable at the door) is PKR 500 for non-members and PKR 300 for library members.
Children who are not members are required to be accompanied by a parent or guardian who has registered for the event.
At the time of visit, adults MUST carry their original CNIC, Passport or Library Membership card along with the participating child’s photo ID or their Library Membership card.
If you face any difficulty in registering for this event, please write to us at: email@example.com
Location: British Council Karachi Library
Date: Saturday, 24 August
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Registration will close on Thursday, 22 August 2019.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:
Wajeeha Abbasi is an internationally featured illustrator based in Karachi. She's won a Ladybird Books Publications award and has had her work featured in London Design Festival, Digital Arts, Elle Italia, Make Nice, Made in Arts London and The Floating Magazine. She has worked on projects for NASA, V&A Museum, Coca-Cola EU, UN Women, YLabs, Herald, ND2C, Khaadi and Red Bull amongst others.
She completed her Masters in 'Illustration and Visual Media' from London College of Communication, University of the Arts London (UAL) in 2015 where she was the recipient of the Vice Chancellor's International Scholarship. She did her Bachelors in 'Communication Design' from Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in 2012 and after graduation, worked as a graphic designer at Ogilvy, Pakistan. She currently works at the British Council as a Communications Manager.