Class 3: Project 1

In Class

Design review of 'zines.

Refine 'zines based on feedback.

 

For Next Week

Bring at least 1 final 'zine to class. 

Photograph your zine portfolio-quality.

5 minute presentation which shows your mission, process (both conceptual and physical), and distribution of at least 20 copies of your 'zine. More is better.

Video with music is even better. Starting a revolution = extra credit.

 

In Class

Design review of 'zines.

Refine 'zines based on feedback.

 

For Next Week

Fully refined your 'zine

5-minute (exactly) presentation which shows your mission, process (both conceptual and physical), and distribution of at least 20 copies of your 'zine. More is better. Video with music is even better. Starting a revolution = extra credit.

Details:

Distribute & Document

  • Distribute at least 20 copies of your ‘zine.
  • Capture at least 5 photos and/or video which document the distribution.
  • Give at most 5 to friends.
  • Give at least 5 to strangers.
  • Leave at least 10 copies for anyone to find.

Document the distribution with photos, videos if possible, and written commentary.
Keep notes on what you hear people say (your peers, passersby, etc). Post these to your process book. 

Present

A 5-minute Keynote class presentation documenting your project. Submit your paper ‘zine in class.
Post a link to your journal and a PDF of your presentation to our Slack channel.

 

Process Book

Create an online forum to track each project. Can be Squarespace, Wordpress, Medium, or other. 
For each project, create a post about your progress in this class with at least 300 words and 3 images. Submit a link to your process journal on Slack.

 

Due

The presentation and process book entry are due in-class Wednesday, Feb 7 at 1:00 p.m.