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24—25.04.2021 11:00

Pop-up bookshop & exhibition

Pay what you can

Les VoiZines:
Zine Happening VI (take 2)

Zine Happening VI (take 2)

Les VoiZines is blij en opgelucht te kunnen aankondigen dat Zine Happening VI (take 2) alsnog zal plaatsvinden 24 & 25 april, van 11 tot 18u, te Kunsthal! Met de geldende maatregelen zal het uiteraard niet de vrije en intieme happening zijn zoals je ze kent, maar we zijn hoopvol dat het een plaats kan blijven waar community wordt gecreëerd en waar artiesten van alle niveaus kunnen netwerken, plezier maken en leren van elkaar. Het is ons doel de bredere community te verbinden met artiesten en kleine uitgeverijen zodat deze wisselwerking hen inspireert en aanmoedigt hun eigen zines te creëren en zichzelf artistiek uit te drukken.

Helaas kan Les VoiZines, door de chaos die COVID-19 met zich meebrengt, onze internationale zine vrienden geen plaats bieden op ons fysiek evenement dit jaar, maar we zullen hun werk wel nog delen via onze online platformen. Hou die in de gaten dus!

Dit jaar presenteren we een lokale editie van onze gevestigde Zine Happening. Enerzijds bestaat die uit een pop-up bookshop waar mensen zines, gemaakt in België, kunnen bewonderen en kopen (mits ontsmette handen, uiteraard!). Daarnaast zullen er ook expo’s te bewonderen zijn van drie hedendaagse, lokale artiesten: Bahati Simoens, Indré Svirplyté en Alexander Robyn. Verder presenteren we dit jaar voor het eerst onze Small Press BIG award!

We weten dat het niet de Zine Happening is zoals jullie die gewend zijn maar we zijn dankbaar een alternatieve versie te kunnen aanbieden. We zouden het dan ook fantastisch vinden om jullie daar in grote getale te zien!

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