IZLuC 2020 – Sunday, 1 November

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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

To confuse things, the clocks in the US go back on Sunday at 2am – which is why you’ll see that from the yellow photocopier block onwards, the time relative to UTC has changed! Don’t get caught out!

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.

Sunday, 1st November

00:00 – 03:30 UTC – Blue Scissors Block 3

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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,  5:00 PM Sat Oct 31st, 7:00 PM Sat Oct 31st, 8:00 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 12:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 2:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 5:30 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 9:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st,11:00 AM

Bilingual Zine Workshop with Yago Cura of Hinchas Press

https://linktr.ee/HINCHAS_Press

Yago Cura of Hinchas Press will talk about the James Foley Scriptorium project and then facilitate a hands-on workshop. This bilingual zine workshop aims to share the language acquisition capacity of 6-fold zines, in and out of the classroom, while illustrating several generative trajectories that zinesters can take to satiate their language-nerding. The workshop will not only impart best practices for making polyglot zines, but provide several made by HINCHAS Press and used in workshops, classroom, and public library programming. This workshop will be followed by two hours of 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 3

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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)
Saturday Oct 31st, 10:00 PM Saturday Oct 31st, 12:00AM Sunday Nov 1st, 1:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 5:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 7:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 10:30 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 14:00 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 4:00 PM

Athens Zine Bibliotheque Tour
Presented by Panayiota and Tassos – https://theathenszinebibliotheque.gr/
@theathenszinebibliotheque (ig)

Join Panayiota & Tassos from the Athens Zine Bibliotheque for a tour of their space, and some zines from their collection. This tour will be prerecorded with closed captions. This will be followed by a live Q&A, and then two hours of 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 3

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Los Angeles (UTC -8) Milwaukee (UTC-6) Baltimore (UTC -5) Edinburgh UTC-0 Athens (UTC +2) Mumbai (UTC +5:30) Kyoto (UTC +9) Melbourne (UTC +11)
Sunday Nov 1st, 2:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 4:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 5:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 10:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 12:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 3:30 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 7:00 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 9:00 PM

Zinedabaad Collective – @zinedabaad (ig)

Presenters: Riya and Devashree

Join Riya and Devashree from the Zinedabaad Collective to hear about the history of self-publishing in India and what led them to it.

This will be followed by two hour long unconference sessions in a space facilitated by Zinedabaad. The first will draw from the talk to broadly look at tracing our relationships with zines and self-publishing. The second will be a discussion and hands on exploration of the questions raised throughout this block – expect some zine making, so come prepared with paper and your zine crafting tools of choice.

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 3

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Los Angeles (UTC -8) Milwaukee (UTC-6) Baltimore (UTC -5) Edinburgh UTC-0 Athens (UTC +2) Mumbai (UTC +5:30) Kyoto (UTC +9) Melbourne (UTC +11)
Sunday Nov 1st, 10:00 AM Sunday Nov 1st, 12:00 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 1:00 PM Sunday Nov 1st,  6:00 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 8:00 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 30 11:30 PM Monday Nov 2nd, 03:00 AM Monday Nov 2nd, 05:00 AM

Principles of Zine Cataloging

Presenters: Joshua Barton, Rhonda Kauffman, and Kelly Swickard

Join Joshua Barton (Michigan State Univ.), Rhonda Kauffman (Univ. of Connecticut), and Kelly Swickard (ProjectMUSE) as we philosophize on the principles and issues of cataloging zines. Topics will cover identifying creators, titles, subjects, and more. Perfect for a novice or experienced cataloger, curious or skeptical, this session will provide foundations for describing your own zine collection. This session will be followed by 2 hours of 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/

 

21:30 – 23:00 UTC – Rainbow Block One and Only

BONUS session: UnZineFest! 

Los Angeles (UTC -8) Milwaukee (UTC-6) Baltimore (UTC -5) Edinburgh UTC-0 Athens (UTC +2) Mumbai (UTC +5:30) Kyoto (UTC +9) Melbourne (UTC +11)
Sunday Nov 1st, 1:30 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 3:30 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 4:30 PM Sunday Nov 1st,  9:30 PM Sunday Nov 1st, 11:30 PM Monday Nov 2nd, 3:00 AM Monday Nov 2nd, 6:30 AM Monday Nov 2nd, 8:30 AM

To close out this year’s International Zine Librarians (un)Conference, please come say hello to some amazing zinesters as they share their creations and informally chat about zinemaking. Tablers include Hope Amico, Charlie Birch, Jonas Cannon, Kassi Grace, Avy Jetter, David Lasky, Liz Mason, Liz Yerby, and Ziba of ZebraRadar Zine. Brown Recluse Zine Distro will also be represented in some capacity. More tablers being added soon!

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