Kino is a not-for-profit, and completely unfunded, arts space.
We are committed to supporting DIY arts and grassroots activism, and aim
to work with promoters, groups, organisations, and individuals who share
the qualities, outlooks and values that are important to us.
The events side of Cafe Kino (as well as other areas of the co-op) rely
heavily on the voluntary time and effort given by our staff, who work
hard to bring you a programme that we are very proud of.
We are proud to be an all-ages venue. There are no age restrictions on
any events at Cafe Kino unless otherwise stated.
The main entrance to the cafe is step-free and on the ground floor. However,
most events take place in the basement area. Unfortunately, due to building
restrictions, this space is only accessible by
SUN 24 JUN 12
A Year With Henry Ireland:
zine making workshop
11.00am - 5.00pm (including break)
£2 (includes materials for a zine that you will make and keep!)
Henry Ireland is our resident artist for 2012. Throughout the year
he will be curating, performing, creating and exhibiting various events
and works at Cafe Kino, and inviting some of his favourite artists and
musicians to join him.
In this day-long zine making workshop, Henry and Bob Notley will work
with participants to plan and fill a zine with their artwork and ideas,
and produce it together in a production line. There will be a whole bunch
of mark making areas such as cutting and sticking, screen printing, mono
printing, typewriters and more!
BOB NOTLEY studied fine art at the University of Plymouth. He has taken
part in group shows with them lot and music and pictures in Bristol as
well as solo shows in Luton. He now teaches a-level fine art.
HENRY IRELAND studied graphic communication with typography at the University
of Plymouth and has lectured and taught graphic design and zine making.
He makes and sells zines.