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Barnard Zine Library News
Claudia Acosta has co-curated with Scout Lee an exhibit called “Weird Rings True” : Cartoon Marginalia Resurfaced from the Abc No Rio Zine Library. The exhibit opens Saturday 12/2 6-9 PM and is viewable through the 17th during gallery hours Fridays 4-7 and Saturdays and Sundays 2-6 at Project Reach 39 Eldridge Street, 4th Fl., New York, NY 10002.
This month we're highlighting zine holdings created by non-binary authors– if you want to be Boolean about it < zines AND (nonbinary OR genderqueer OR noncomforming OR non-conforming) > (and limiting the search to zines held at Barnard). As of November 14, 2023, that search yielded 160 results.
The We've Got a Zine for That theme for November 2023 is risograph zines.
Senior Nayla Delgado ’24 celebrates Hispanic identity with a collection that centers Hispanic, Latinx, and Spanish-speaking voices.
We've Got a Zine for That! Each month we highlight zines with a topical theme. The theme for September 2023 is Working Class College Students, or zines made by college students who are working class and/or low-income.
The Barnard Zine Library won a $30,000 award from the Chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities.