Zine Bazaar: Delhi Edition Curated by Gaysi Family

After the smashing time at Zine Bazaar’s Bombay Edition, Gaysi Family is back with the next edition and it’ happening in Delhi!

At its heart, a bazaar is a space for celebration. With its different sights, scenes, colours, people, and the exchange of thoughts and ideas, a bazaar is a space for collaboration and this, we want to share with you.

Taking off from our exploration of Identity in the last edition of the Zine Bazaar, we now plunge into the future and our plans for it. As people, we have the remarkable quality of foresight and imagination. Sometimes, we see the world as it is. Sometimes, we see the world as we want it to be. And this vision of ourselves and the world is greatly coloured by our memories, our dreams, our hopes, our aspirations, and our experiences, which ultimately make our visions unique. It is this triumphant human spirit that we want to explore and celebrate. The theme for this edition of the Zine Bazaar is “Vision”.

We believe the Future is Inclusive.
Our vision for the Future is Inclusive.
Come share your vision with us.

Highlights of the 2-day event include:

= A spread of 60+ independent artists and publishers exhibiting their work at pop up stalls

= Design and storytelling workshops, meant to make you challenge what you already know and build skills in new exciting areas

= Talks designed to discuss questions plaguing the community

= Wonderful storytellers, expressionists and artistes, all under one roof

More Details:

Date: 12th & 13th January 2019
Time: 10AM – 7PM
Venue: Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan, 3, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi – 110 001
Entry: Free for All | Registeration is important | Registeration Link
Community Partners: Tinder and Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi.

Facebook Event Page

Poster Artwork by Priya Dali

Find Zine Bazaar on Instagram: @gaysizinebazaar For queries and press: zb[at]gmail[dot]com

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Jo Krishnakumar is a trans queer researcher interested in all things sex, sexuality, gender and how different groups/people experience these wor(l)ds. Their work is informed by their constant learning/unlearning of the privileges they have due to their social location as a dominant/oppressive caste person (Nair) while also occupying space as a (mentally) disabled trans person of colour. Find them on their unfinished webspace www.waytojo.com.

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