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A QTPOC Zine Workshop with Anand Vedawala!
July 25 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Zine Workshop with Anand Vedawala!
Join us at QTPOC at Strut for a Zine Workshop with Anand Vedawala the Executive Direcvtor of the SF Zinefest!
Learn the ins and outs of how to make your own Zine! Queer and Trans people of color are often and have historically been pushed out of literary scenes and fancy publishing houses but that has never stopped us from creating and making our own fantastic work! Come learn how to make your own zine, and all the cool and creative ways to do it to support, document, preserve and tell our stories.
QTPOC at Strut is Every Thursday!
Testing and Services from 5 tto 630pm, Zine workshop from 7 to 8:30pm, bring your own supplies but some supplies will be provided for folks who can’t afford their own.
Text QTPOC to 474747 or reach out email@example.com if you have any questions about QTPOC at Strut !
About the Facilitator
A former civil engineer, Anand Vedawala is an educator for San Francisco Unified School District, an events organizer of queer South Asian events, and the executive director of San Francisco Zine Fest. Anand writes about cultural expectations, discrimination, racism, queerphobia, sexism and classism. He’s the author of several zines, including Hair, which won the 2018 Broken Pencil Zine Awards for Best Perzine and Best Zine Overall. His self-published book, 100 Years from Now Our Bones Will Be Different, with co-author and illustrator Lawrence McWilliams received a starred review from Publishers Weekly. Anand is currently revising his children’s book draft, at least that’s what he keeps telling his agent. anandvedawala.com instagram.com/anandvedawala
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There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor.
Please note, this event may be photographed and possibly filmed.