As part of the workshops, ROOT SIMPLE (Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen of Root Simple will show you three ways to use 5-gallon buckets to survive the upcoming zombie apocalypse. Join them and learn how to build a toilet, a stove and a garden out of the cast-off detritus of our bankrupt consumer culture.)
More info on the event:
USC Roski School of Fine Arts and Visions and Voices present Shelf Life 2: A Big Day for Small Press, a unique one-day event that gathers a diverse group of independent publishers, writers, artists, and designers whose voices and images have questioned and pushed the boundaries of popular culture. In addition to speaker presentations moderated by writer Byron Coley and featuring artist Gary Panter and graphic designer Chip Kidd, there will also be a series of hands-on workshops in zine publishing, e-publications, and blogging as well as a Bazaar with one-of-a-kind goods from a variety of vendors. Organized by Ewa Wojciak and Haven Lin-Kirk (USC Roski School of Fine Arts).
Speaker presentations begin at 12:30pm
Bazaar and workshops throughout the day
Full info here: http://web-app.usc.edu/ws/eo2/calendar/172/event/896903