#PEAKS - a night of talking, art and DJs.
WHY DIY? curated by Not So Popular and Milk and Honey ♥
We've always been amazed and inspired by the prolific output of DIY zine making in the UK alone. We've even published a few ourselves. This event will explore what drives people to get DIY and how to get started.
Free Entry [Donations on the night welcome!]
Megan and Molly from Hotdog, an all female, trans inclusive literary and art magazine.
Isaac of Diaspora Drama Zine, which celebrates creative and offbeat people of colour living in cyber space.
Georgia from GIRLS / CLUB, a zine made by and for self-identifying women.
Zahra of Swanzy dot biz and Roadfemme zine, who creates postivie empowerment through clothes, a youth organisation and zine.
Chaired by Jade from Not So Popular, a DIY collective, and editor of LETS START A PUSSY RIOT & Celia from Milk and Honey, a quarterly feminist art zine.
Visuals: Ella Deacy
Live artist: Kayleigh Handley performing 'D.I.YouTube'
[Live Performance,Instructional YouTube video & Debris] Duration 12 mins
SHE Choir London
Sister Sounds DJs
Not So Popular is a collective of young writers and artists, who put on events, create cultural content and aim to provide a platform for creative work.