Zine Workshop with Tansy Monos
DATE: Postponed due to government mandated lockdown
Offered in studio + online
Dive into the glorious world of zines! This workshop will answer questions like: What the heck is a zine? Where did they come from? How do I make a zine? Does it matter if I can’t draw? In addition to learning about all of the different types of zines you can make, in-person participants will get the chance to make a zine with materials that will be provided at the workshop. Let’s get zine-ing!
Tansy is a social service worker passionate about ending oppression, domestic violence/sexual assault and homelessness. Tansy is interested in mindfulness as a tool for healing trauma and complex PTSD, about neuroscience and how the brain and nervous systems work, and how it relates to traumatic expression patterns in everyday life. Tansy likes to cope with nervous system activation through: colouring, art, legs up the wall, working out, rope suspension, and holding onto ice cubes. Exploring the limits of the human body, Tansy enjoys experiences that integrate body and mind to overcome obstacles and increase strength and resiliency. Ask he about some of her strange practices – Tansy enjoys open and vulnerable conversations.