zines are self-made magazines. gzf is a celebration of this diy outlet for art and ideas.

Zine Fest


Zine Fair

11am–6pm Saturday, 10am–3pm Sunday, free

The very best of self publishing. Free entry & open to all.


GSA Zine Collection

11am–6pm Saturday, free

Feast on the Glasgow School

of Art’s zine collection!


From Sassyfras to Botramaid

10am–3pm Sunday, free

A hand-picked selection from Glasgow Women’s Library.


A Study on Space — Two Poems Performed

2:30pm Sunday, free

Readings from poets Christian Lemay and Loll Junggeburth




`Billboard with Alistair Gow

10am–3pm Saturday & Sunday, free

An open forum to post whatever you want; artists book two hour slots to fly-post & paint a billboard at CCA.


Pop-up Printmaking for Kids

From 11am Saturday, free

Foam-board printing workshop  for the lil’ ones!


Design School with O Street

12–2pm Saturday, £5

Learn typography, editorial design and layout in this crash course with Glasgow design practice O Street.


Make Your Own Zine

3–6pm Saturday, free

Drop in and make zines with Salford Zine Library.


Wild & Kindlings Riot Craft Corner

10am–4pm Sunday, free

Drop in and make Riot Grrrl themed crafts for kids!


Zine Making with Sarah Amy Fishlock

11am Sunday, £6

Learn three forms of zine binding with the creator of Goose Flesh zine.


Poetry & Editing with RAUM

12:30pm Sunday, free

Develop your writing, learn to market  to magazines and try your hand at curating with the editors of RAUM.


It Was Easy, It Was Cheap, Go & Do It

3pm Sunday, £4

A roundtable discussion with David Bellingham taking on the potential of publication as an alternative space.




Thinking in Public

1pm Saturday, free

A rare public lecture from CCA director and writer Francis McKee.


Hi Fi, Low Fi, Why Fi and Zifi

5:30pm Saturday, free

A special presentation from TalkSeePhotography analysing Swedish artist Carl Johan De Geer.


What Should I Make? How Should I Make It? Where Should I Put It?

1pm Sunday, free

David Bellingham will speak about his approach to making work with a particular emphasis on print.




Big Gold Dream + Q&A with director Grant McPhee

2:30pm Saturday, £3

The story of how a group of disaffected youth in search of the only fun in town went on to change the world.


Don’t Blink — Robert Frank

7pm Saturday, £7

Scottish Premiere of Laura Israel's acclaimed documentary on the legendary photographer & film maker.


Lawrence Weiner

5pm Sunday, free but ticketed

A rare, short documentary about the text-based New York artist who pretty much invented conceptual art.


The Punk Singer

7pm Sunday, £5

A screening of the hailed documentary about Riot Grrrl Kathleen Hanna.


cca glasgow

350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow

G2 3JD, UK