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Monday 20/9
Lever Burns by Vo Ezn
From 11.00-15.00+/- Bring your laptop (if you have an already set-up Rpi bring it as well!)
Self-host an etherpad on your own machine.
Info >> http://eth.leverburns.blue/p/txt_--spreadzinefest
Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10
Costs: € 4,-

Tuesday 21/9
F(eminist)H(ack)M(eetings) by Angeliki Diakrousi/Artemis Gryllaki
From 12.00-15.00 Bring your own laptop!
FHM explores the potentialities and imaginaries of feminist technological collectives.
The zine making inspired by practices and aesthetics of feminist hacking.
Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10
Costs: € 4,-

Wednesday 22/9
Making a Queer/BIPOC magazine by KLAUW
From 13.00-17.00 Bring your own laptop!
Who do you want to give a platform to and why? What is missing in current media and how would you communicate your own story in this?
Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10
Costs: € 4,-

Friday 24/9
Scraping the means of production by Federico Poni
From 13.00-16.00 Bring your own laptop! (+coding background is nice but not necessary)
Make a zine scraping the web (python + javascipt)
Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10
Costs: € 4,-

Friday 24/9
Toner Extravaganza by Jacopo Lega
From 16.00-18.00
Explore the different means of the scanning and printing process, using them as a set of possibilities to include movements, gestures and other materic sources into the building-up of a small publication.
Location: het resort, Meeuwerderweg 58
Costs: € 4,-

Saturday 25/9
ACCORDIAN ZINE making by ANT and La Tourette
From 14.00-17.00
Construction of a collective chain zine, based on a ‘group imaginary’ that will take elements from both cities: Bilbao and Groningen!
Location: het resort, Meeuwerderweg 58
Costs: € 4,-
17- 26 September
17, 18 & 23 t/m 26 September

Archival series: Artists' Magazines in the Netherlands (1960 - present)
During SPREAD Zinefest ARTisBOOK will fill its documentation room with Artists' Magazines made in the Netherlands. A historical perspective that will be accompanied by contemporary zines from Homescreen & Knetterijs.
Extra: Talk in ARTisBOOK on Saturday 18th September / start 19.00
A conversation on zine-making & collectivity with Homescreen & Knetterijs!

Location: ARTisBOOK, Westerhavestraat 14/14a / Open 13-17

Library Display:
17- 26 September
With idiosyncratic committed zine expressions from peripheral (disputed) areas, from specific communities and individuals. They are voices from other contexts, cultures with regard to feminism, restriction of free expression, empowerment from South Africa, Lebanon, Basque Country, Kurdistan, Hong Kong, Mexico, Philippines, Netherlands etc.
Co curated by Laura Diez Carcia curator of Colectivo ANT-espacio at Bilbao, Basque Country & Rob Strick zinespecialist/ artist.

Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10 / Open 12-17 www.sign2.nl

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Friday 17/9
SPREAD Zinefest kick off! @ het resort
Location: het resort, Meeuwerderweg 58
19.00 Dinner; a taco dinner by Kruimels
20:00 Jessie Tam: performance “The curse and the spells of the struggling artist”
21:00 Michiel Klein: performance “Ontdekkingsreis”

Saturday 18/9 Conference
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Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10
livestream: Helia Rafie & Klaudija Ylaite

soup & sandwiches

14.00-15.00 LECTURE
Contemporary art and publishing as a tool by Antespacio /Laura Díez
‘In a world where trying and spontaneous plays without rules are in danger of extinction, the fanzines, from a more intuitive language are opened to linguistic and cultural exchanges, using texts, photography or illustration to generate other narratives without marked guidelines.
Self publishing opens up to the de-hierarchicalization of knowledge, generates a community with common interests open to collaborations and networking, creating collective creations

15.00-16.00 LECTURE
Marc van Elburg Zinedepo /Parasite Academy
What can parasites parasite concepts tell us about zine networks?
How can we optimize the parasitic qualities of a zine in ways that
support an active DIY network culture?

16.00-17.00 LECTURE
Philippine Free Press and Fanzines
This talk gives an insight on the Filipino subculture including historical and contemporary zines incl. video with interviews renowned zinemakers.

Talk in ARTisBOOK
Homescreen & Knetterijs
A conversation on zine-making & collectivity with Homescreen & Knetterijs
Join us for an open conversation with the Groningen-based collectives Homescreen & Knetterijs, where we will be reflecting upon the historical display at ARTisBOOK, as well as sharing about their working process, collective practices, and the ways they collaborate and create on & offline.

Location: ARTisBOOK, Westerhavestraat 14/14a / Open 13-17

Sunday 19/9 Conference
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Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10
livestream: Helia Rafie & Klaudija Ylaite

15.30-16.15 LECTURE
Joppe Venema, Vaneen “From one view to many “…
Vaneen (dutch for “from one”) is an artist-run publishing platform founded in 2016 by Dutch artist Joppe Venema. Vaneen brings together works and writings of artists, writers and musicians. In combination with printed matter, Vaneen releases special-edition publications and organises events related to its releases. This presentation will introduce the processes of Vaneen, previous releases and its inspirations for publishing. For this occasion of Spread Zine Festival, Vaneen will present its newest release by artist Gloriya Avgust, accompanied by a live performance after the lecture. www.vaneen.com

performance: “Loose ends hiding in kitchen” by Glorya Avgust
Loose ends hiding in kitchen drawers" (2021) is a performance which guides the audience into a non-linear narration that unfolds a self, situated in the crevice between the pressing body of memory and a yearning that continuously flexes its course. Artist statement: Gloriya Avgust’s multidisciplinary practice explores the interplay between the social, physical and sensible spaces that inhabit us. Borrowing language from daily encounters – from content found online to everyday interactions – she seeks to engage personal experiences that are fundamental facets of our selfhood. Her writing often pours over into other mediums in the forms of drawings, objects and performances, multiplying into myriad reflective surfaces in which we might recognize ourselves and our place in the world.

Fanzinists, Fanfeminists ... Fanzines and Feminisms by Skolastika / Josune Muñoz talk about the importance of the fanzine as a way to reinvidicate feminism.

18.30 DINNER
Patat & salad!

Gelen Jeleton/Iurhi Peña
“Autoeditoras” is a traveling exhibition project for fanzines (self-published and self-managed publications) open all year round. These Latin American femzines (fanzines made by girls) form a mutant archive that is represented and compiled in the book "Autoeditoras".

Saturday 25/9
Spoken word
BEURTVAART, a spatial shuttle service over the ‘Verbindingskanaal’ by boat!
Between SIGN, het resort, ARTisBOOK.
Text and helmsman's art: Klaas Koetje

Pick-up and drop-off places and times:
Trompsingel, end of Trompkade :12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00
Praediniussingel, at Museum Bridge: 12.30, 13.30, 14.30, 15.30, 16.30

Sunday 26/9
Michiel Westbeek
‘The Performance Is Cancelled But Drinks Will Be Served’
From 15.00-15.30
Westbeek needs your help! He finds himself with more questions than answers. So please, drop by, have a chat and earn a cocktail made on the spot.
Location: het resort Meeuwerderweg 58
Saturday 25/0 & Sunday 26/9
From 12.00-17.00
Location: het resort, Meeuwerderweg 58

Participating artists:
Mina Rassouli // Anastasia Krylova // Manuel Alejandro Rodriguez // Najiba Yasmin // Atelier Cambré // Stichting de Algehele Aanraking // Stencilwerck // Jessie Tam // Camilo Garcia Aycardi & Avital Barkai // Studio Machii // Homezeen // Kamile Cesnaviciute // Hansje Struijk // Loïs Dalou // Uitgeverij de Zwanenhals // Vrijplaats voor Verbeelding // Volkssnakkel // Ingrid Zijlema // Knetterijs // Onomatopee // Mara Piccione // Marina Sulima // Nikki Roosma // Istvan Hutter // Herman Knottnerus // Fynn van der Ziel // Amphibia // Ad Nauseam Press // Moree wu // Hocus Bogus Publishing // PUNTA LARA ediciones
SPREAD is part of expOOST 2021 an art route in the eastern part of the city centre of Groningen on 25 & 26 of September > https://www.facebook.com/expoost/