Toronto's First Asian Zine Fair

Get ready for Toronto's very first Asian Zine Fair!

This is happening on Sunday November 19, 2017 at the Tranzac Club (292 brunswick ave) from 12-5pm.

Toronto's very first Asian zine fair was created to provide Asian Artists a space to showcase their work and voice. 

Come check out what our local Asian artists have been up to, chat with them, and pick up some zines. 

There will be live performances by local singers and stand-up. 

Get a tarot reading and/or astrology reading!

Admission to the festival is FREE!


The Tranzac is a wheelchair accessible venue. 

Volunteers NEEDED!
If you are interested in volunteering for the zine fair or have other ideas, please email us!

Questions/Accommodations: 
hello.wayf@gmail.com 


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ASTROLOGY & TAROT READINGS
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astrology & tarot sign ups start at 12 and readings start at 12:30
come early because there's very limited spots.
more information about astrologer/tarot reader coming soon

PERFORMANCES
performances start at 3:30
more information performers coming soon

EXHIBITORS & ARTISTS

1% Talent
Abbey Chong
Amrit Brar
Ashley Wong
AYCE
BEENA MISTRY
Cash Only
Cup Doodle Project
Dojinshi Studio
Dylan Glynn
Frizz Kid
Glittering Magpiee
Gloam Collective
Heidi Cho
Kelly K
kiwimii
koyamori
Jenn Liv
Jeremy Leung
Lis Xu
Living Not Existing 
Lunchroom Toronto
Misbah Ahmed
Natalie 麥月明
Nipslip Collective
Nuance
Olive Grey
Project 40
QAY
QTBIPOC sauga
Rabeea Syed
Rosena Fung
Sad Art Club
Sarah Tariq
something nice supply
Stolen Signs Publishing
YO SICK ZINE

special thanks to: Laidlaw Foundation & Michelle Jean for their generous support, ACAS & Bad Subject for their time and guidance, 1%Talent for their labour & materials


WAYF (Where Are You From Collective) is an art-based and activism program for people who identify as Asian. 

​Our work seeks to address the lack of agency that Asian Canadians experience in defining our identities, visibility, and representation by offering workshops for youth, running Arts events, and creating an online platform for self-representation.

to learn more about WAYF, check out our website:
http://www.wayfcollective.ca/ 

Follow us 

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wayfcollective/ 
twitter: http://www.facebook.com/asianzinefair/


Toronto's First Asian Zine Fair

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