Date Night @ The DAC: Zine Meet —
July 2, 2020

Date Night @ The DAC: Zine Meet

Calling all Zine makers, buyers, collectors and connoisseurs. Mix and mingle with fellow like-minded folk, create new works and indulge in all things independent press worthy on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 7-9 p.m. at the Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Road. The casual, inclusive, free event is open to all levels of zine fanatics.

Whether you are so new to the concept you pronounce it incorrectly, or you are a 30 year veteran of the genre, all are welcome. Attendees will have the chance contribute artwork or written work to a community collaborated zine, as well as create their own mini masterpiece. Local authors and archivists from Zine organizations will be onsite as well to showcase and swap their work and knowledge.

DAC encourages all zine authors to participate. If you are interested in tabling or showcasing your independent publication at this event, please email

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking at the DAC is free but limited. There is parking available at the Palmer Event Center for $8 per car. There are also parking options available off Riverside Drive and Lee Barton Drive. The DAC encourages taxi, ride share, bus or biking as well.

Experience the dynamic environment of Austin’s oldest community arts venue through provocative theater, music and dance performances, intriguing art exhibits, lively Date Nights, and a robust studio arts program for youth and adults at the Dougherty Arts Center. Discover why the DAC has been the Heart of the Arts in Austin since 1978. The center supports emerging through established artists by creating opportunities to showcase work and experience art first hand. If you require assistance for participation in the programs or use of DAC’s facilities, please call (512) 974-3914.

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