Fanzine Workshop, hosted by Boaz Kadman

This class is part of The School of Uncommon Knowledge

In this workshop, participants will create and produce a small fanzine or self-published magazine.

The fanzine's content can comprise almost anything including prose, poetry, drawing, photography, collage, etc. It could also be a tiny catalogue or portfolio, comic, storybook or anything else you can imagine. It's a great way to complete a small artistic object while learning how to fit your artistic output into a format.


Participants should bring their own drawing tools, printed materials, writings or anything else they'd like to use in their fanzine.

About Boaz Kadman

Boaz Kadman is an Israeli ( now living in Singapore) artist, working in various mediums, cartoonist and storyteller. He participated and curated various Art exhibitions and self-publish various mini-comics and other DIY books and publications. Co-founder and Co-editor of "Plan-b" a printed Israeli comics Anthology (2001-2012)


All classes in A Home for the Arts run on barter. When registering please select one (or more) of the following that you would like to give in exchange for the class.

  • Materials for yourselves and others to use (these include old printed materials to be used for collage such as books, magazines, newspapers,
    writing and drawing tools, rulers)

Saturday, 5 November 2016

12pm - 2pm

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