We’ve collaborated with Zine Swap and graphic designer Patrick Fry (No Zine) to bring you Off Cuts – a two-day workshop offering you the chance to make your own zines. It’s taking place in one of the stunning galleries of the Tate Tanks, the impressive new spaces launched last year as part of the Tate Modern’s ambitious new performance and live art programme.
During Off Cuts we’ll be exploring the relationship between mass productions and one-offs within the context of art and graphic design. We’re inviting visitors to reinterpret one of the Tate Collection’s works of art on display in their very own zine, so if you fancy trying your hand at producing your own DIY printed publication, you know where to find us.
Off Cuts is part of the Tate Collectives Hyperlink festival running from 26-28 April 2013. Tate Collectives primarily aim to engage young people aged 15-25 but the festival programme has something for everyone – from workshops with Rankin, Morag Mysercough and Aberrant architecture to performances by Sway and Akala. We can’t wait!
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