IZLuC 2020 – Friday 30th October

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Programming blocks are color-coded to help you find sessions that are live during a time convenient where you are. The Blue Scissors Block begins each day around late morning if your time zone is near the Melbourne time zone. The Yellow Photocopier Block begins each day around late morning if you are in a time zone that lines up with Mumbai’s. The Pink Stapler Block begins in late morning each day if you are in a time zone close to Berlin’s. The Purple Glue Stick Block aligns with late morning in places that line up near the longitude of Los Angeles. For more information and to find your UTC time zone code, check out this tool:
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Block Local Time UTC
Blue Scissors Block 11:00 – 14:30
Melbourne, Australia
00:00 – 03:30
Yellow Photocopier Block 10:30 – 14:00
Mumbai, India
05:00 – 08:30
Pink Stapler Block 11:00 – 14:30
Berlin, Germany
10:00 – 13:30
Purple Glue Stick Block 11:00 – 14:30
Los Angeles, U.S.
18:00 – 21:30

All programming will be in English unless otherwise noted. There are 15 minute breaks built into blocks between talks, tours and unconference sessions.

Friday 30th October

00:00 – 03:30 UTC – Blue Scissors Block 1

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Los Angeles (UTC -7) Milwaukee (UTC-5) Baltimore (UTC -4) Edinburgh UTC-0 Athens (UTC +2) Mumbai (UTC +5:30) Kyoto (UTC +9) Melbourne (UTC +11)
Thursday, October 29 5:00 PM Thursday, October 29 7:00 PM Thursday, October 29 8:00 PM Friday, October 30 12:00 AM Friday, October 30 2:00 AM Friday, October 30 5:30 AM Friday, October 30 9:00 AM Friday, October 30 11:00 AM

 

Quarantine Zine Library
Presented by Sticky Institute
www.stickyinstitute.com

From Melbourne’s Sticky Institute comes a conversation about making and selling zines in the time of COVID-19. Sticky Institute is a zine shop and making space normally open in the subway under Flinders Street station in Melbourne. As the whole city closed to COVID-19 lockdown, the volunteers at Sticky created Quarantine Zine Library as a way to keep us together even while we’re apart. This will be followed by two hours of open unconference sessions.

What’s an Unconference session?

An unconference session is a space where the topic and form of discussion is decided by the people in the (zoom) room. For a better idea of what, why and how, see: http://zinelibraries.info/wiki/zluc2020/unconference-sessions/

05:00 – 08:30 UTC  – Yellow Photocopier Block 1

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Los Angeles (UTC -7) Milwaukee (UTC-5) Baltimore (UTC -4) Edinburgh UTC-0 Athens (UTC +2) Mumbai (UTC +5:30) Kyoto (UTC +9) Melbourne (UTC +11)
Thursday, October 29 10:00 pm Friday, October 30 12:00 AM Friday, October 30 1:00 AM Friday, October 30 5:00 AM Friday, October 30 7:00 AM Friday, October 30 10:30 AM Friday, October 30 2:00 PM Saturday, October 31 4:00 PM

Asia Art Archive
Presented by Sam and Elaine –
@asiaartarchive (ig) @asiaartarchive (twitter)

Zines at the Asia Art Archive: Join Sam and Elaine from the Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong to hear about the origins of the zine collection at AAA, the scope of the collection and how they have approached cataloguing. They will discuss how acquiring zines created by artist run spaces, creators and independent publishers active in Asia enriches narratives of collective authorship and hybrid collaboration in shared urgencies and alternative spaces. This will be followed by two hours of open unconference sessions.

What’s an Unconference session?

An unconference session is a space where the topic and form of discussion is decided by the people in the (zoom) room. For a better idea of what, why and how, see: http://zinelibraries.info/wiki/zluc2020/unconference-sessions/

 

10:00 – 13:30 UTC – Pink Stapler Block 1

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Los Angeles (UTC -7) Milwaukee (UTC-5) Baltimore (UTC -4) Edinburgh UTC-0 Athens (UTC +2) Mumbai (UTC +5:30) Kyoto (UTC +9) Melbourne (UTC +11)
Friday, October 30 3:00 AM Friday, October 30 5:00 AM Friday, October 30 6:00 AM Friday, October 30 10:00 AM Friday, October 30 12:00 AM Friday, October 30 3:30 PM Friday, October 30 7:00 PM Saturday, October 31 9:00 PM

Zine Librarian Code of Ethics
Facilitated by André Wenzel

Come and join us in discussing the Zine Librarian Code of Ethics . What does being an ethical zine librarian mean? Are there changes to the Code that should be made? This will be followed by two hours of open unconference sessions.

What’s an Unconference session?

An unconference session is a space where the topic and form of discussion is decided by the people in the (zoom) room. For a better idea of what, why and how, see: http://zinelibraries.info/wiki/zluc2020/unconference-sessions/

18:00 – 21:30 UTC – Purple Glue Stick Block 1

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Los Angeles (UTC -7) Milwaukee (UTC-5) Baltimore (UTC -4) Edinburgh UTC-0 Athens (UTC +2) Mumbai (UTC +5:30) Kyoto (UTC +9) Melbourne (UTC +11)
Friday, October 30 11:00 AM Friday, October 30 1:00 PM Friday, October 30 2:00 PM Friday, October 30 6:00 PM Friday, October 30 8:00 PM Friday, October 30 11:30 PM Saturday, October 31 03:00 AM Saturday, October 31 05:00 AM

Teaching With Zines

For learners of any age, zines can be an engaging and even transformative way to learn — whether you are teaching about science, information literacy, or even zines themselves. In this session, a panel of librarians will speak to their experiences teaching with zines with youth, college students, and the broader community. Then, we will host breakout groups for you to talk through your own dreams, fears, and ideas for teaching with zines in your own context. This will be followed by two hours of open unconference sessions.

Our panelists are:

  • Ann Matsushima Chiu is the Social Sciences Librarian at Reed College in Portland, OR. She teaches instruction and critical thinking skills through zines, leads zine workshops in the community and has organized zine fests and events for more than a decade.
  • Cathy Camper works as a youth services outreach librarian at Multnomah County Library, where she’s also a zine librarian. She’s the author of the Lowriders in Space graphic novel series, a founding member of the Portland Women of Color Zine Collective, and co-editor of the candy zine Sugar Needle.
  • Maria Cunningham is the Head of Special Collections and Archives at Reed College in Portland, OR. She started the Reed Zine Library and curates the collection rare book collections, college archives and often conducts instruction sessions and tours featuring zines.
  • Nicky Rodriguez is a queer, Puerto Rican comic artist with a passion for pushing the bounds of storytelling to explore inclusive, diverse narratives and the deconstruction of traditional narrative form. She uses comics to explore Puerto Rican culture and the multi-faceted nature of identity and has an MFA in Comics and BFA in Animation from California College of the Arts. She currently teaches art to youth virtually from Colorado on top of doing freelance illustration and comic work.

The facilitator will be Kelly McElroy.

What’s an Unconference session?

An unconference session is a space where the topic and form of discussion is decided by the people in the (zoom) room. For a better idea of what, why and how, see: http://zinelibraries.info/wiki/zluc2020/unconference-sessions/

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