SXSW 2017

Brown Girls to the Front! A Zine Claiming Space

St. Sucia is a Latina print zine published in San Antonio, Tx focused on elevating our voices in art and literature. Started as a reaction to a lack of representation in 2014, we collected work from local artist and writers we knew. Now, on our 7th issue, we have published Latinas from New England to Venezuela in all types of media and writing. In this session you will learn how zines are used to make space, create a dialogue and show diverse narratives. We will share tips on utitlizing social media to make connections, making a zine from idea to print, and promoting visibility for your community.

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  1. How can a zine challenge media stereotypes?
  2. How does a print zine build a digital community?
  3. How can a small, DIY zine change the future of representation in the media?



Isabel Ann Castro, Co-Founder & Art Dir, St Sucia

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