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The Anchor Archive Zine Library is hiring an Outreach and Events Coordinator for the summer!by Anchor Archive ( )
The Anchor Archive Zine Library is hiring an Outreach and Events Coordinator for the summer!
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Get involved with the Anchor Archive! Training and orientation for volunteers April 19thby Anchor Archive ( )
Interested in getting involved with Anchor Archive? We're always looking for new volunteers! On April 19th at 3:00pm at Plan B(2180 Gottingen St) we're having a training sessions for folks who want to work during our library borrowing hours, Tuesdays 5-7 and Sundays 2-5pm.
You'll learn how to sign up members, check in and out zines, catalogue zines, navigate the zine collection, and special tips and tricks for using the photocopier. And there will be snacks!
E-mail zinelibrary at robertsstreet.org if you want to attend, want more info, or would otherwise like to get involved.
Mushroom Huntby Anchor Archive ( )
Sunday, August 4th @ 2pm - Point Pleasant Park, Halifax
Roberts Street Social Centre Location Still in Limboby Anchor Archive ( )
For immediate release
HALIFAX – Roberts Street Social Centre has been in a moving limbo for the past few months. After being given an eviction notice early in 2012, the collective has been actively searching for a new location that serves the needs of the centre. Looking for a reasonable rent while maintaining accessibility and staying true to the North end has proven to be a challenge.
The eviction notice was recently withdrawn and the Roberts Street Social Centre was invited to stay at 5684 Roberts Street for at least another year. The Collective has decided to stay in the little red house for the time being while continuing to look for a long-term, secure home for the future.
Both the Anchor Archive zine library and Ink Storm screenprinting studio are available for use during regular open hours. Residents are visiting throughout the summer and fall, and programming and events are happening on a weekly basis.
The collective would like to take the opportunity to thank all of those involved in fundraising and donated money to the group. These funds are valuable in our continuing search for a new home.
Look out for announcements in the fall for new location details and great programs to become involved in. If you would like to hear about upcoming events at Roberts Street, send us an email to be added to the weekly e-mail announcement list.
For more information please visit robertsstreet.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Roberts Street Social Centre is a collection of projects dedicated to providing free or affordable access to independent and alternative media, art, and education. Projects that are part of RSSC include the Anchor Archive Zine Library, the Ink Storm Screen Printing Studio, the People's Photocopier, the Crow's Nest meeting space, and an artist and zine-making residency program.
Two Call Outs! Resident Event!by Anchor Archive ( )
Donate your stuff to the Roberts Street Yard Sale! Shed resident Katie Haegele is writing her zine, White Elephants, about yard saling and her love of all things old and unwanted. She sneaked in a little linguistics lesson on the word nostalgia and related words in other languages, too. To celebrate the launch of her fourth issue she’s having a yard sale!
Roberts Street BBQby Anchor Archive ( )
The Roberts Street BBQ has been postponed until next week (September 3rd). But it'll be a big one -a celebration of the exciting summer we've had at Roberts Street. It is also a fundraiser so be sure to tell everyone you know. We all love barbeques! Vegetarian options, fresh veggies and popsicles are all available. See you there.
Resident Workshopby Anchor Archive ( )
Stage Banter: A Workshop Hosted by current shed resident, Henry Adam Svec Crows Nest, 7:00 pm What does a singer-songwriter do in between songs during a performance? How can such moments be used? What assumptions underlie common approaches to stage banter?
RSSC's Artist-In-Residence Teresa Cheng's SHOWCASE!by Anchor Archive ( )
Come to a small showcase of Teresa's work, including old, new and ones in progress.
Date: Sunday, August 1st
- a reading of a new zine, Feeling Words: A Pocket Zine of Emotions