Designed for social media (IG @wildernesslit), these program fliers highlight seasonal offerings that are free and open to the public and designed for teenagers. The themes of these programs are making and remaking books: old books are recycled into blackout poetry and mason bee dwellings, and teens are taught to take ownership of the means of production with letterpress and zine workshops. Created with Microsoft Publisher.
As at Indian Springs School and West End Academy, I brought my knowledge of book arts, art, and humanities to programs at Vestavia Hills.
Below: Photos and video of Samford University Art Professor Scott Fisk teaching teens about the history of the book and helping them make their own letterpress prints (sponsored by a grant from the Alabama Humanities Foundation)