The zine project will continue the Princeton Sketchbook Club tradition of bi-weekly drop-ins, where Club members come together to make art, talk about life, and make a bunch of new creative friends.
For our very first Drop-In of the new project, Club member Christina Freeman will present a beginner-friendly intro to zines. We’ll go over basic folds, ideas for binding, and have a zine show-and-tell. If you have a fave that you’d like to show, bring it along! Even if you’re up to snuff on all the technical stuff, we’d love to see you.
All are welcome to bring a snack, a drink, or something to share while we work on our zines and get to know one another, but it’s totally optional.
Not yet a member? Not a problem. Learn more and join here.
Christina Freeman (she/her) is an artist and curator whose conceptual practice emphasizes process and collaboration. Freeman’s work has been featured in Artforum, Vulture, Hyperallergic, Art F City, Frieze, and Observer. She was a 2022 Bronx Museum AIM Fellow and her projects have received support from Creative Time (2019), Queens Museum (2018-2019), Culture Push (2018-2019), National Coalition Against Censorship (2018-2019), Danish Arts Foundation (2018), ABC No Rio (2017-2023), NEA (2017 + 2018), New York State Council on Arts (2017-2020), New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (2017-2020), Andy Warhol Foundation (2017), and Red House, Sofia, Bulgaria (2012). She was previously an artist-in-residence at ARoS Public in Aros, Denmark (2018), Flux Factory in Queens, NY (2016-2018), Heliopolis in Brooklyn, NY (2014), SOMA, Mexico City (2012), and Galería Pérdida, Michoacán (2012). Freeman teaches at Hunter College, CUNY for the Department of Art & Art History and the Department of Film & Media.