On Wednesday April 4th from 630pm-8pm we'll be hosting another one of our ladies drawing night.
The evening's theme will be ZINE MAKING and will be led by Malaka Gharib, a local writer and illustrator. She'll be challenging you to create a mini-zine with the theme of SPRINGTIME that you can take home, photocopy and give out to your friends (or sell on your Etsy page... whatever!)
This isn't a class! So please BRING YOUR OWN DRAWING SUPPLIES. Paper will be provided. Feel free to come and go when you want anytime between 630pm-8pm.
About your host
Malaka Gharib is a writer and illustrator in Washington, D.C. She is the co-founder of the D.C. Art Book Fair, the founder of The Runcible Spoon food zine, and the maker of crowdsourced zines including Bubble Pop: A Kpop Fanzine and A Very Runcible Brooklyn Cookbook. She is currently writing a graphic memoir about being a first-generation Egyptian-Filipino-American, called I Was Their American Dream. She is a journalist at NPR.