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Free during half term? Come and make a zine at Gendered Intelligence

Half Term Project

Over February half-term Gendered Intelligence is running a two-day zine-making project with James Todd, a researcher from Durham University, for trans, gender diverse and questioning young people aged 14-24.  

There are only 20 spaces available - book yours via Eventbrite

The two-day project from 15th-16th of February will include lunch each day, followed by an afternoon workshop and an evening trip to bowling (Thursday) and cinema (Friday). To sign up, you should be able to attend both days. 

If you are aged 14-17, we need consent from your parent/carer for you to take part in the project. Once you have registered on Eventbriteplease ask your parent/carer to email Finn Greig at before Wednesday, 14th of February.

James is working on an exciting research project over the next couple of years which involves collaborating with young trans people from GI on some creative projects. Together, we’ll be thinking about everyday life through artwork, drawing, building, performing and lots of fun activities.

About the Workshops
Over the two days we will be making a zine together. Activities will include storytelling and sharing through art/mini creative activities, mini-interviews in groups, and putting together the zine. We’ll be looking at what it means to move around as a trans person in public space – using public transport, airports, walking, specific journeys e.g. to/from GI/school and what it will take to improve transport and increase safety.

There are only 20 places available. Please book your place via Eventbrite. To book, you should be able to attend both days. 

Daily schedule 


- Arrive at 1.30pm for pizza lunch
- 2.30pm-5.30pm: Workshop
- Evening: Trip to Rowans Finsbury Park bowling until around 8.30pm
(Parents/carers collecting young people should meet outside the bowling alley between 8.15 - 8.30pm) 


- Arrive at 1.30pm for pizza lunch
- 2.30pm-5.30pm: Workshop
- Evening: Trip to cinema to see Black Panther (rating 12A) - cinema and finishing time TBC 
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