The Rapidian

zines

Vault of Midnight puts local creators on the shelves

by (woodsara)

Submitted 03-13-2018 under LOCAL LIFE

The store’s name conjures images of superhero comics and vintage detective serials, but Vault of Midnight is not a typical comic book store. “There's historically been a mainstream stigma against comic books and the shops that sell...

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Stay motivated to create this summer with Workshop Wednesdays

by (DwellingPlaceCo...)

Submitted 07-18-2017 under PLACE-MATTERS

If you are an artist or a writer, you’ve probably heard this one piece of advice from a mentor at some point in your life: find a community. What people don’t always tell you is how to find that community. It can be a daunting process to...

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How to always be seeking: Using zines to find community

by (DwellingPlaceCo...)

Submitted 12-06-2016 under PLACE-MATTERS

Grand Rapids has developed a culture of artists who are dedicated to the making and distribution of zines. The rough and unpolished branch of self-publishing, zines are little books or pamphlets made on a small scale, with the intention of being...

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A moveable feast of tasty art at "Buffet"

by (ElenaGlynis)

Submitted 06-08-2015 under OPINION

"I've always wanted to do a show about food, because food is my jam." Glitter Milk Gallery owner Miranda sharp's love of food inspired the gallery's newest show, "Buffet," a smorgasboard of fun food-themed paintings,...

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Catalyst Radio: DIY media in democratic Cambodia an act of resistance?

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 11-11-2011 under NONPROFITS

Can't listen right now? Download the mp3 and listen at your leisure.   INTERVIEW (9:24) In Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh, cultural critic and artist Anne Elizabeth Moore brings her experience in the American cultural...

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