GZF19 Decolonising Drawing
Sun 21 April 2019
From weaponised afrofuturism to reverse anthropology artist Jacob V Joyce will present five practical techniques of decolonising drawing. This talk accompanied by practical exercises will focus on illustration, zine making and writing but the methods of decolonising explored can be applied across many other creative disciplines. Jacob V Joyce is an illustrator, zine maker and interdisciplinary artist. They sing in the decolonial queer punk band Screaming Toenail.
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Part of Zine Fest 2019
2-4pm, £2/4/6/8/10 + £1 booking fee, Creative Lab
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