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Art School Is Hell

Publisher: [Oakland, California] : The editor, [2013]-
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : English
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This compilation zine edited by Nia King includes essays and illustrations written by people who felt marginalized while attending art school. Contributions from people of color, queer people, disabled people, etc. respond to the predominantly white, heterosexual, cis, middle-class art school environment which, Nia writes, "ends up amplifying dynamics of power and privilege found in the outside world, rather than  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Zines
Political zines
Compilation zines
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
OCLC Number: 893237463
Notes: [No. 1] purchased from the editor at the Brooklyn Zine Fest in 2014.
Description: 1 volume : art and illustrations ; 14 cm
Responsibility: edited by Nia King.

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This compilation zine edited by Nia King includes essays and illustrations written by people who felt marginalized while attending art school. Contributions from people of color, queer people, disabled people, etc. respond to the predominantly white, heterosexual, cis, middle-class art school environment which, Nia writes, "ends up amplifying dynamics of power and privilege found in the outside world, rather than disrupting them." Among the contributors is Joyce Hatton (Think About the Bubbles zine).

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