Creating Zines for Community on Building Communi-tea Podcast 2022
Whitney and Anu are joined by Katherine Leung the founder of Canto Cutie, a literature and art zine that publishes the work of Cantonese artists and writers around the world! With a dedicated team, Katherine creates a colorful empowering zine that is as diverse as the Cantonese diaspora. We later talk about how we believe that Asian Americans and Asians from Asia can better understand each other.
Zine Interview on Zines in the Bay Podcast 2022
Mela Seyoum in conversation with Katherine of Canto Cutie and Dead Dads Club & Maira and Ellen of Bay Area Queer Zine Fest
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Presentation at Vermont Womenpreneurs Summit 2022
Katherine Leung, editor of @cantocutie, talks about creating an independent publication to fill a publishing need, now the face of an international movement.
We’re Here to Stay: BIPOC resilience within the zine community at Albuquerque Zine Fest 2021
Where do BIPOC draw strength from knowing that even as the global majority, we have to deal with being marginalized – even within the zine community? Our panelists will discuss burnout, representation and what motivates us to keep creating art in the face of white supremacy. We will chat about our processes, read our work and reflect on whether zines truly have the power to heal.
Panel with Katherine Leung, Julie Fiveash, Kamille, and Damon Begay.
How to run an effective call for submissions workshop at Queer Zest Zine Fest 2021
Katherine Leung, creator of @cantocutie, talks about how to run an bilingual call for submissions that is inclusive, culturally responsive, and targets established artists with a wider reach amidst international publishing laws.
BIPOC Issues & Representation in Zines at Tucson Zine Fest 2021
Zinesters Canto Cutie, Joolie Comix, and Yolie Contreras discuss BIPOC issues and representation in the zine community.
Zine making workshops at Milton Artists’ Guild Social Sundays 2021
Join local artist and MAG Workshop Chair Katherine Leung for two hands-on classes through Zoom. Participants will know about zine-folding and digitizing zines by the end of two twenty-minute sessions in order to create their own zines and share them online.
International Call-Outs with Canto Cutie at San Diego Zine Fest 2020
Katherine Leung, creator of @cantocutie, talks about how to run an effective call for submissions that is inclusive, culturally responsive, and will get good submissions. This workshop is international in scope and will include: conducting interviews that honor the artist, protecting the identity of submitters, knowing the risks of publishing in countries where zines are seen as anti-government rhetoric, and she will share personal experiences about publishing the work of political dissidents.
Pen Drawing Workshops at Milton Artists’ Guild Social Sundays 2021
Join local artist and MAG Workshop Chair Katherine Leung for two interactive classes on Zoom, with all supplies provided for free by the Milton Artists Guild. Participants will start with a simple Pen and ink drawing tutorial followed by an Introduction to hand lettering, which are introductory skills in making your own zine.