OCAD ZINE LIBRARY COLLECTION
ZINES are independently published magazines, made by individuals or collectives who want to express their alternative, uncensored views. Often photocopied, folded and stapled, ZINES can also be explosive works of art.
The OCAD Zine Library, started by former student Alicia Nauta, is an ever-growing collection of zines created to inspire, educate and entertain, to encourage collaboration between OCAD University students and to open up the world of zines for readers and creators everywhere! The collection is organized according to the following subjects: Art, Comics, Fashion, Information/DIY, Music, OCAD U, Perzines, Photography, Poetry, Politics, Queer, Sex & Sexuality and Stories. The collection is currently located in the Learning Zone and open to visits from the general public.
The OCAD Zine Collective is a group of students and staff which meets regularly to share their passion for all things zine. Contact email@example.com if you are interested in joining the gang.
CONTACT AND LOCATION
The OCAD Zine Library lives in the Learning Zone. The Learning Zone is located on level one of the Village by the Grange building. The space can be accessed through the entrances at 113 McCaul Street and 122 St. Patrick Street. The collection is open to visits from the public during regular operating hours.
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The OCAD Zine Library has been built from generous donations from zinesters at OCAD University, in Toronto and worldwide. If you would like to share your zines or have a collection of your own to give away, the OCAD Zine Library will happily collect, preserve and share these publications for many years to come.
Please mail donations to:
Dorothy H. Hoover Library, Zine Collection
100 McCaul Street
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