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‘From Scrolls To Zines’ – an exhibition

January 16th, 2013  |  Published in Events

Speak-easy #13: the Japan issue

So this sneaky post has very little to do with food, but I hope you don’t mind me mentioning that I’m in an exhibition that opens next week.

There will be copies of my Japan zine on show (and for sale, for anyone with spare pocket change) at Janet Clayton Gallery. The exhibition is called ‘From Scrolls To Zines’ and it will feature other paper-folding talents, such as Vanessa Berry and Angela Cavalieri.

Speak-easy #13: the Japan issue

If you need some appetite-related details to hook your interest, the zine does include quite a few food-related mentions – from educational Kit Kat flavours to a bakery that has a seven-year waiting period for its bread (imagine how amazing it must be!).

‘From Scrolls To Zines’ opens on Wednesday January 23 and runs until February 2 at Janet Clayton Gallery, 2 Danks Street Waterloo NSW.

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Hi, I'm Lee Tran Lam. When not blogging with my mouth full, I'm usually writing, presenting Local Fidelity on FBi radio, making zines, producing podcasts or continually breaking promises about how I really am gonna get through my book pile one day.

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