Consensus from last class was that you needed time to work on your presentations so that’s our plan for today. I’ll check in with each group for a few minutes to get an update on your artifacts, research progress, and plans for slides. Reminder that although we have no class meeting on Thursday, you should … Continue reading Tactile Proof: part 2
Most of today and Tuesday we are dedicating our time to getting you ready for your Tactile Proof presentations, which are happening in two weeks on Oct 21 & 23. Before we do, we decided on Tuesday that we would spend some time today reading each others’ zines.Continue reading “Tactile Proof: part 1”
Girls to the Front slides + summary On Tuesday, you created these wonderful DIY slides [pdf] for your assigned section of Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution by Sara Marcus. I asked you to be ready to summarize your assigned section but to use your slide to amplify the … Continue reading Zines!
The Tactile Proof of Alternative Media For homework I asked you to browse my list of categories/cases from alternative media and/or DIY publishers and think about which categories/cases you were most interested in. Make this known via this form and I’ll make groups while you work… Riot Grrrl: DIY slides In our last class you … Continue reading Case study: Riot Grrrl
Activity: Summarize your assigned section of Streitmatter’s chapter using a storyboard — you can make a mini-zine or use Powerpoint, Keynote, or Prezi. But the images and story must summarize your section in multiple panels. These include: Group 1: intro & “Raising a Revolutionary Voice” Group 2: “Stopping Police Brutality” & “Embracing Self-Defense Cum Violence” … Continue reading Case study: The Black Panther
- Ask me three questions about the syllabus.
- Ordering zines: how did this go?
- Making mini-zines: how did this go?