IZLuC 2020 – Saturday, 31th 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.

Saturday, 31st October

00:00 – 03:30 UTC – Blue Scissors Block 2

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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 5:00 PM Friday, October 30 7:00 PM Friday, October 30 8:00 PM Sat, Oct 31 12:00 AM Sat, October 31 2:00 AM Sat October 31 5:30 AM Sat Oct 31 9:00 AM Sat Oct 31, 11:00 AM

 

The State of Zines in Australian Libraries Panel Discussion
Presenters: Dr Jessie Lymm, John Stevens, and Daniel Wee

While we know a lot about zine libraries in the UK and USA, what is happening with zines in libraries down here in Australia? What libraries are collecting zines? How are these being made available to the public? And what does the future look like for zines in Australian libraries and those who are passionate about them? Join a group of knowledgeable people on the subject: Dr Jessie Lymm, John Stevens, and Daniel Wee, in conversation with Kassi Grace. This will be followed by two hours of open unconference sessions.

The facilitator will be Kassi Grace

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 2

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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)
Fri, October 30 10:00 pm Sat, Oct 31st 12:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 1:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 5:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 7:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 10:30 AM Sat Oct 31st 2:00 PM Saturday, October 31 4:00 PM

Sister Library Tour
Presented by Aqui of Sister Library – @sister.library (ig)

Join us for this presentation from Aqui of Sister Library, along with a showing of a short documentary. This presentation will be followed by two hour-long open unconference sessions providing space to discuss the presentation and the questions, actions and topics raised as a group.

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 2

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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)
Sat Oct 31st 3:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 5:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 6:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 10:00 AM Sat Oct 31st 12:00 PM Sat Oct 31st 3:30 PM Sat Oct 31st 7:00 PM Sat Oct 31st 9:00 PM

Archiv der Jugendkulturen and Museum of Youth Culture

Presented by Lisa Schug and Daniel Schneider from @archiv_der_jugendkulturen (ig) and El Affleck from the Museum of Youth Culture, UK

Join Lisa Schug & Daniel Schneider from the Archiv der Jugendkulturen, Berlin, and El Affleck from the Museum of Youth Culture, UK, as they introduce us to zines in their collections, share their experiences and discuss the how, what and why of collecting youth cultures. This block will involve two pre-recorded tours of the respective collections, an unconference session, and end with a live Q&A.

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 2

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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)
Sat Oct 31st 11:00 AM Sat Oct 31st  1:00 PM Sat Oct 31st 2:00 PM Sat Oct 31st 6:00 PM Sat Oct 31st  8:00 PM Sat Oct 31st 11:30 PM Sun Nov 1st 03:00 AM Sun Nov 1st 05:00 AM

Lightning Talks! Smashing Zine Folks Giving Snappy Presentations

Presenters: Hope Amico, Amy Drayer, Violet Fox, Jenna Freedman, BluRaven C. Houvener​​​​​​​, Avy Jetter, Michelle Nitto, Raul Rodriguez, Aldiman Sinaga of PTK Distribution, and April Ibarra Siqueiros​​​​​​​

Please join us for a series of captivatingly concise five-minute talks related to zines and/or libraries! This will be followed by two hours of open unconference sessions.

The facilitator will be Kelsey Smith.

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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