Cebu Zinefest 4.0




August 2–3, 2019
Exhibition
Philippines
856G Gallery, Mandaue, Cebu City


Participants: Christian Renz Torres, Trishia Anne Bañes, Cherwel L. Taer, Mish Abalos, Lace, Bohol Pop, Eva Yu, Jodie Ferrer, Pat Zosa, Hex Aunzo, Martha Quero, Veronika Hipolito, Alexandra Bondoc, Trés Delicuentes Cebu, Cyril Villarante, Kanu and Treshan, Alcy Salazar, Jamie Jamandre, Hendrix Gil Lato, Chris Fussner, Ginoe, Cyrus II Avellanosa, PAWN Press, Althea Ybañez, Elna Rizada, Faye B, Siamese Rat, Christian Renz Torres, Cherwel L. Taer, Cyril Villarante, Subhelic, Mark Deutsch, Bradley Tenchavez, Bastinuod, Leah May Lim-Atienza, Hannah Lee & Brian Loquias, Trishia Anne Bañes, Veronika Hipolito, Alcy Salazar, BIG SEE, GRAFIK 9, Tropical Futures Institute



“Another year, another zine fest. Fortitude is key to building any sort of community, and now that Cebu Zine Fest has reached its third run at 856 G Gallery it looks like the event has successfully managed to cultivate an impressively mettlesome zine scene.

Growing inwards, this year’s Cebu Zine Fest decided to limit its table to local artists and zinesters, putting off the impulse to send invitations to zine publications abroad.

While this practice of restraint might seem a bit backwards knowing that the first two years of Cebu Zine Fest brought in material from the national and international community, the focus on local material definitely helps encourage the growth of Cebuano identity.”

Excerpt from  weekend.sunstar.com.ph/blog/2018/07/29/third-times-charm-cebu-zine-fest-2018/


An annual zine festival that gathers designers, artists, musicians, studios, presses, bookshops as well as independent publishers. At #cebuzinefest, visitors can buy publications directly from publishers, artists, and designers who create handmade publications. Visitors can also enjoy various events including workshops, panel discussions, live music, great coffee and tasteful snacks. The Cebu Zine Fest is brought to you by the Tropical Futures Institute whose aim is to continue to decentralize culture in order to champion other perspectives, stories, ideas, futures and voices.






An annual zine festival that gathers designers, artists, musicians, studios, presses, bookshops as well as independent publishers. At #cebuzinefest, visitors can buy publications directly from publishers, artists, and designers who create handmade publications. Visitors can also enjoy various events including workshops, panel discussions, live music, great coffee and tasteful snacks. The Cebu Zine Fest is brought to you by the Tropical Futures Institute whose aim is to continue to decentralize culture in order to champion other perspectives, stories, ideas, futures and voices.

An annual zine festival that gathers designers, artists, musicians, studios, presses, bookshops as well as independent publishers. At #cebuzinefest, visitors can buy publications directly from publishers, artists, and designers who create handmade publications. Visitors can also enjoy various events including workshops, panel discussions, live music, great coffee and tasteful snacks. The Cebu Zine Fest is brought to you by the Tropical Futures Institute whose aim is to continue to decentralize culture in order to champion other perspectives, stories, ideas, futures and voices.

An annual zine festival that gathers designers, artists, musicians, studios, presses, bookshops as well as independent publishers. At #cebuzinefest, visitors can buy publications directly from publishers, artists, and designers who create handmade publications.




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