Zine and Tell workshop
Joseph V. Canzani Center
Art and activism must come to those who need to see it most. In this workshop, designed for students in grades 10 and up as well as adults, you’ll learn from artist Kieve Rodeheaver (Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts, 2017) how to make a mixed-media zine exploring a cause you care about. At the end, students can choose to exchange their zine with peers in the workshop or find a public space to display it.
About Kieve Rodeheaver
Kieve Rodeheaver (they/them, fae/faer) is a nonbinary, disabled painter with work focusing on gender dysphoria, queer love, and memory. Rodeheaver is a CCAD alum and adjunct faculty member who also has taught at Otterbein University. Fae are involved in the queer and activist community as a moderator and event planner for the Queer Continuum Discord, as a former panelist for TransOhio’s Learning Series: Understanding the Non-binary, as a facilitator for Octopus LLC’s Non-binary Support Group, and as a protestor. Fae also have a bachelor’s degree in vocal performance and contributed content to the NPR/WCBE podcast Please Touch the Art.