live at the NEW YORK QUEER ZINE FAIR until 7pm today.
Come through! 208 W 13th St
3 DOT ZINE Is a hand collaged manifesto, dedicated to spotlighting the best & brightest of the quietest locales from BK to Baltimore to everywhere
live at the NEW YORK QUEER ZINE FAIR until 7pm today.
Come through! 208 W 13th St
real cute at the New York Queer Zine Fair.
One for you & one for all of us.
The NYABF owes us nothing. @theblackschool stopped through and sent the ❣️ vibes through the roof. Perfect ending to a wonderful weekend. Thank you @printedmatter_artbookfairs @yellowjacketscollective @margot.terc @madebykhari @thefreeblackwomenslibrary and all the many contributors to WELCOME, A SPACE. Until next time ✌🏾✌🏾🧡
Welcome, A Space at NYABF features the hand screen printed tee shirts from @warefamos.
Here at @momaps1 from 11am - 9pm today. @printedmatter_artbookfairs @ MoMA PS1
Welcome, A Space at the NYABF features the @thefreeblackwomenslibrary.
Here at @momaps1 from 11am - 9pm today. @printedmatter_artbookfairs
The Free Black Women's Library, is an interactive Black Feminist mobile trading library and interactive biblio installation that features a collection of 1000 books written by Black women. The library is committed to centering and celebrating the voices of Black Women in literature. This mobile library pops up monthly in unique and radical spaces throughout Brooklyn, NYC and has also been to Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
#nyabf2018 #3dotzine #thefreeblackwomenslibrary #welcomeaspace
@ MoMA PS1
Proud present WELCOME, A SPACE at the NYABF. Catch us in Project Room 4 with a ton of brilliant minds, words and books. We like space and filling those spaces with black and brown creativity. Welcome is an installation and reading room, a sound and symphony, an idea supported.
Project Room 4
Welcome, A Space
3 Dot Zine creates an immersive interactive reading room & marketplace featuring an installation of The Free Black Women's Library, an interactive Black Feminist mobile trading library and interactive biblio installation that features a collection of 1000 books written by Black women. The Yellow Jackets Collective and 3 Dot Zine are tabling new zines and printed matter sourced from a diverse group of artists and zine makers around the country. Khari Johnson Ricks will share zines and prints from his ongoing printmaking practice. Amoss Eff's wearable hand printed textiles collection, Warefamos, will be available within a special display created for Welcome, A Space. Following in the tradition of the 3 Dot Zine's Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair for Black and PoC Artist, this environment and all artists and collectives who will take part in setting the intentions and possibilities of this space are of color. Zines from Margot Terc, Cósmica, Discipline Press and more will also be available.
We linked up with our good friend @warefamos to bring you zines & handmade tees today at @papijuicebk BBQ & Market.
Free with RSVP~
Come through | Market 2-4pm | BBQ 2-10pm | Elsewhere BK | 🍗🧡🎉 @ Elsewhere
1) Hang out with @lizaniacruz & “We The News” newsstand before
2) coming into the cool fair.
We love Lizania’s communiment to spotlighting the stories of black immigrants 🧡 and for braving today’s weather!
See you at the Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair. Here until 6
4 greats are ready to bless our ears and minds in 1 hour. Room 302 | Barnard Hall | Be there ~
What the bag says 🗣.
The Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair continues today, 12-6 at Barnard College | 3009 Broadway 🎭 Come through
A Conversation on Photography and Collaboration w/
Starting at 3pm in Classroom 302 at Barnard Hall
Look ma, they sharing @kharitheartist & Jia Sung trading zines. Come through to the Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair ~ @ Barnard College
TONIGHT is the launch party for the Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair! Music, art and the written word will be celebrated in the former home of Langston Hughes featuring makers from the Brown Paper Community:
20 E 127 St.
New York, NY 10035
I, Too, Arts collective(@i_too_arts) are our generous hosts and we are honored to be working with the Studio Museum in Harlem (@studiomuseum) to bring some pretty great programming to the fair. See you uptown☄️🚀🎉
-Helina’s image taken by @tanyamarcuse
#studiomuseum #3dotzine #helinametafaria #lawrenceburney #RAFiA #blkgrlswurldzine
@ Langston Hughes House
Tonight we kick off a weekend of programming and community building with the Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair opening party at I, Too Arts Collective organized by The Studio Museum in Harlem
I Too Arts Collective
20 E 127th St
New York, NY 10035
Featuring performances, readings and music from our Brown Paper Community:
The Studio Museum in Harlem
Don't Miss out on this magical night at Langston Hughes Former home.
The second annual edition of the Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair brings 23 exhibitors to Barnard Hall this weekend.
@yeirybird gonna be at the Brown Paper zine fair y’all!!
Yeiry Guevara creates bilingual zines which explore memory, family and intergenerational healing through the lens of photography and poetry.
Yeiry is a writer, fiber artist, and your favorite Salvadoran/Texan living in NYC. Yeiry's work explores identity, family and memory in mediums ranging from zines, embroidery, and gifs.
Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair | Sat 6/30 - Sun 7/1 | 12-6pm |
Barnard Hall at Barnard Library.
NY, NY 10027 @ Barnard Zine Library
3 DOT ZINE
3 Dot Zine presents the second annual Brown Paper Zine and Small Press Fair, an environment where the creative efforts of Black artists and artists of color working in self publishing and printed mediums are exposed and proliferated. 3 Dot Zine is a collaborative, submission-based zine founded by artist Devin N. Morris in 2014 as a way to extend the reach of important dialogues Morris was having with his peers. For the second annual Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair we are excited to partner with the Studio Museum. This Studio Salon program is presented as part of inHarlem, a dynamic range of initiatives, strategies, and activities built on the foundation of the Museum’s artist’s projects, permanent collection, and collaborative programs in the Harlem neighborhood.
Taking place at Barnard Hall, with the support of the Barnard Library, this year’s fair weaves together zine makers and artists within a broader community that has historically acted as a cultural quilt of sorts--composed of Black American life, artistic development, diversity and overall excellence. Like quilts, zines utilize similar properties in their design, composition, and binding. Multilayered publications, filled with visual and written dialogues, advice, and personal and political insights, act as places where care and direct communication are prioritized.
The mission remains to heighten visibility for artists of color and to encourage participation in fair environments and the self publishing industry at large.
Tenderness new Zine by Khari Ricks.
“.r” Zine - 3 Dot Zine.
Baltimore Boy - Devin N Morris for 3 Dot Zine.
Available tonight (6-9pm) and tomorrow at the Brooklyn Art Book Fair @bkabf.
Thank you @kharitheartist for featuring 3 Dot Zine at your table. @ Mccarren Pool
Tonight all issues of 3 Dot will be available.
• Issue 1
• Waking Up Black
• Baltimore Boy •.r
| 10pm-4am | House of Yes | Free with RSVP |
#3dotzine #boombk #bootybassboom #holiday @ House of YES
TONIGHT, 3 Dot Zine Curated marketplace for @djharam’s BOOTY BASS BOOM Party.
| 10pm-4am | House of Yes | Free with RSVP | Featuring trinkets selected by @elliott.jerome for Date Night .
Date Night began as a one-night exhibition that took place in various homes. It was birthed out of a desire to emphasize the discursive aspects of various artistic practices within a casual, intimate setting. For my participation in the BOOTY BASS BOOM marketplace I've amassed a collection of household ornaments ranging from ceramic figurines to decorated kitchenware. Many of the homes that have peppered my upbringing have featured items of similar effect and they've allowed me to revel in charm and delicacy.
Moms love Date Night, gift your a lil trinket 🌹 @ House of YES
BOOTY BASS BOOM marketplace is Thursday, Dec. 21 | 10pm-4am | House of Yes | Yea Time prints by artist Theresa Chromati
Tea Time references commonplace traditions as the passive residue of colonization. Yet, as the tea is taken “black,” this specific practice is recontextualized to offer a space of affirmation, solidarity, protection, and endearment. The multicolored domestic space is pungently rendered, suggesting it as a robust site of reflection on identity and social relationships.
See you on Thursday and grab a print from @theresachromati ! @ House of YES
BOOTY BASS BOOM marketplace is Thursday, Dec. 21
| 10pm-4am | House of Yes |
Tabler & artist Khari Johnson Ricks looks closely at contemporary sports and training culture as a framework for a new type of religious practice that centers happiness through a historical lineage of how QTPOCs have reclaimed there bodies and environments.
COME THROUGH #BOOMBK #3DotZine #HouseofYes @ House of YES
This Thursday we’re curating a zine marketplace at DJ Haram’s BOOTY BASS BOOM 💥 at House of Yes,
10pm - until.
The party and marketplace are free with rsvp at BOOMBK.COM
We’re excited for our Zine marketplace at BOOTY BASS BOOM this week. Dec 21 | 10pm -until | House of Yes | check out tabler @truelaurels Isis 3 and pick one up at Booty Bass
True Laurels is a biannual print magazine dedicated to highlighting Baltimore City's most captivating music, visual arts, and the surrounding culture that informs both.
@boombushwick #bootybassboom #truelaurels #3dotzine @ House of YES
Baltimore readers, head over to Red Emma’s Bookstore to pick up copies of “.r” zine and “Baltimore Boy” 🕊📘📖📍#3dotzine
“.r” zine releases today at @momaps1. .r is a mediation on memory and visual impression. The zine is released in collaboration with MoMA Ps1’s Sunday Sessions program, “Radical Edits, Reassessing Cultural Narratives.” Drop by to pick up a copy. Find tickets at the link in Ps1’s bio and you can purchase at the door. ❤️ @ MoMA PS1
Khari dropped by with his Olympic Zine Vol.2 Grab one before they sell out today 🌪#nyqzf2017
Back at the NY Queer Zine Fair today & bumped into some friends 💘 |12-7pm | 208 w. 13th st @ The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
Today’s table, all 3 Dot Issues avail but going fast. Slide through | 208 w 13th St | New York Queer Zine Fair | #nyqzf2017 @ The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
The 2017 New York Queer Zine Fair is here 🎉 Today & Tomorrow from 12-7pm | we’ll be in the Keith Haring Bathroom | NY LGBTQCenter 208 w13th St | see y’all there 👋🏽
Looking ofrward to our talk in the sculpture garden at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art. See you there? Free and open to the public! 3PM
Zines—the DIY renegade relatives of magazines—not only serve as tools of self-expression, but platforms for collaboration and exchange. Meet Devin N. Morris, founder of 3 DOT ZINE, in the Sculpture Garden next Wednesday for a conversation on how alternative forms of self-publishing can springboard discussions about artistic collaboration. Free and open to the public: mo.ma/2wxXI0G
[Devin N. Morris, 3 Dot Zine, Issue 1, Printed in Brooklyn, NY. (Image: Devin N. Morris) 2015
Devin N. Morris, 3 Dot Zine, Issue 2: Grey Areas, Printed in Brooklyn, NY. (Image: Devin N. Morris) 2015.]
Press Play Fair today! 2-11pm at Pioneer Works
Join 3 Dot Zine editor Devin N Morris in the sculpture garden at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art on August 16th for a discussion investigating how publications provide platforms for collaboration and exchange.
Shout out to al the wonderful staff at MoMA Library for organizing! Click the link to reserve a seat~
Lecture/panel. August 16. This series investigates how publications provide platforms for collaboration and exchange. Moderated by members of MoMA’s Library staff, these conversations feature voices from MoMA’s extensive zine collection and use alternative forms of self-publishing as a springboard f...
✔️facilitating workshops for @nike today 📙📘📗📕
Real cute @papijuicebk cookout and fair happening now at @secretprojectrobot
But we're definitely not through with summer, come and see us at Papi Cookout this Saturday in the marketplace. Free & lit! See you there!
Remezcla with the facts!
Here are 14 times the crew kept it firme with mall glamour shots.
Lawrence Burney we agree!
On his 13th album, Jay realizes that emotional freedom is just as crucial as money.
WOW! Tomorrow I'm taking part in a panel & zine marketplace at the historic Schomburg Institute in Harlem. I'll join Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Kevin Harry (KH Zine), Jermel Moody (maple:koyo) for a generous discussion on our various self publishing practices moderated by Steven G. Fullwood. Please join us for the panel beginning at 6:30pm in the auditorium.
As well there will be a Marketplace in the rotunda featuring the panelists' zines and including @blkgrlswurld_zine, @endlesseditions & more. See you in Harlem!
Super super cute! We're hosting Papi Juice this weekend alongside all the loves! Come TF Thru! If you haven't been to a Papi Juice, go to the link in our profile to get a tic! So in love with this line up!
In great company be to new works we love by Kalen Na'il Roach & Nydia Blas .
Rock Paper Scissors & A Three Armed Shovel
126 Baxter Street | 12-6pm
Come by and take a garden portrait on Kalen Na'il Roach's "Untitled Landscape by Nat Briscoe"
Rock Paper Scissors and A Three Armed Shovel Fair and exhibition 12-6 today, 126 Baxter Street
Hanging at the Awake Reading Room & Book Bazaar until 7pm (59 e 4th street) come thru!
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