OPEN HOUSE FREE PRINTING CONTINUES IN MARCH
FREE risograph printing
is available at Queer.Archive.Work every Saturday in March! Make zines, posters, flyers, or anything else up to 11 x 17. Take a look at the March schedule
and email Paul to reserve a 2-hour session.
Priority given to LGBTQIA+, POC, indigenous, immigrant, disabled, and other underserved folks.
⤵⤵⤵STONEWALL ROMANCES (1979)⤵⤵⤵
Artist Christopher Cole visited QAW in January and brought along a rare copy of Stonewall Romances,
a zine published in 1979 for the tenth anniversary of Stonewall. It features a photo-novel-style recreation of the Stonewall riots (with John Lurie as a cop), the poem “Change for a Dying Queen” (with an image of Marsha Johnson), “Meat Rack Memories” by Elmer Kline, an interview with the founder of the Oscar Wilde Memorial Book Store, and an interview with S.T.A.R. (Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries) founder Sylvia Rivera. We photographed the zine and made this PDF for the QAW reading room.
🌾🌾🌾OPEN HOUSE FREE PRINTING!🌾🌾🌾
QAW’s risograph printer
is open, free, and available for casual printing through February 7
. Make zines, flyers, posters, or anything else up to 11 x 17. Inks available: black, fluorescent pink, dark red, teal,
Limited free paper available, or bring your own. Priority given to LGBTQIA+, POC, non-RISD, non-Brown U. folks. Email
with any questions and to let me know if you want to come by.
✨✳QAW GRANTS AND RISO RESIDENCIES✳✨
🌈Starting spring 2020🌈