zine (/zēn/, or like the ending of the word "magazine"): a small-circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images. Historically reproduced via photocopier and contain elements of collage.
All of our digital zines are free to download, view, and enjoy. We do accept donations and proceeds from each zine support various causes and organizations throughout the 845. If you are interested, able, or called, you can donate via: Venmo, CashApp, or PayPal.
"...AND ALL WAS ILLUMINATED"
June 20, 2021
Celebrate845 collaborated with Astrology by Cory to bring you our third digital zine. An amalgamation of thoughts, dreams, moments, & astrological correspondences, it's everything you need to survive & thrive this Summer Solstice Season. Featuring writings, renderings, recipes, & rituals by marginalized creatives from the 845 & beyond.
If you feel able and called, we are accepting donations, all of which will go to Perpetual Care, who offers cost-free herbal wellness packages to those most in need throughout the Hudson Valley region. Anyone who donates any amount will receive 30% off of a service with Cory Nakasue of Astrology by Cory.
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SOCIAL UNITY: VOLUME I ISSUE 2
December 4, 2020
Here is the second issue of our digital zine, which ONLY exists in the digital realm. It documents the work of 30 women, femme, & nonbinary artists from the Hudson Valley and beyond created between March and June 2020 during the international COVID-19 pandemic. The zine is totally free to download and includes visual art and poetry.
Funds raised went toward our annual CELEBRATION 2021 event.
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SOCIAL UNITY: VOLUME I ISSUE I
May 1, 2020
This digital zine ONLY exists in the digital realm. It documents the work of over 50 women, femme, & nonbinary artists from the Hudson Valley and beyond created specifically during March 2020 (during the initial NY COVID-19 outbreak). The zine is totally free to download and includes visual art, video art, and poetry.
Funds raised went to organizations in Newburgh, Kingston, & Poughkeepsie NY dedicated to feeding local families throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
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