SPF'16 took place at ArtsUp Concepts in FATVillage at 521 NW 1 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, and will bring together a diverse cross-section of local artists, writers, independent publishers and regional small presses in the 5000+ square foot venue.
Zine Dunes | a gritty concentration of zine energy. Find individual artists, printers, musicians, small organizations and collectives at these byo-table spaces
- ABC Silk
- AK Foto Inc
- Amber Reed
- Becca Magrino
- Cedric Placide Illustration
- GOOCHSOUP / Ana Parra
- Jessi Takaya
- Kara Accettola Rare Books / Little Sages Books
- Marginal Man Works
- Marisabel Lavastida
- Miami Tattoo Zine
- Mitchell Goodrich
- Noir Age
- Poor Quality Zine
- Prestige Worldwide
- Proton Paperie & Press
- Riana Casas
- Sour Zine
- Stefanie Del Papa/Slightly Erotic Zines
- The Cabbage Palm
- The Exiles Press
- The Miami Letterpress Company
- X-rated The poet presents
Beach Front | the best real estate at the fair. Find independent publishers, small presses, universities, collections and other institutional exhibitors at these double-wide spaces.
- Black Salt Press
- Convivio Bookworks
- Cualquiera Cosita
- Drive by Press
- Exile Books / Books are Nice
- Extra Virgin Press
- Girls' Club
- Houndstooth Cottage / Pocket of Lollipops
- IS Projects
- Jaffe Center for Book Arts
- Kim Spivey Printmaking
- NOVA Southeastern University/ NSU Performing & Visual Arts
- NSU Art Museum
- Portable Editions
- The Atlantic Current
- University of Miami Special Collections
Demos and Creation Stations
Ingrid Schindall of IS Projects leads this giant print demonstration with a construction grade steamrollers, pressing prints as large as 40 x 90 inches. Artists are invited to bring their own giant blocks, try out our large format relief workshop, or just come enjoy the spectacle.
Risograph Printing with Portable Editions
Portable Editions led a collaborative and communal zine production line! Artists Juana Menses and Leila Leder Kremer of Portable Editions were on hand with the Riso EZ 220, for a live Risograph printing and zine making demonstration on the Riso, a stencil duplicator. Editions of the zine, created and printed on site, were launched at SPF'16.
Screen Printing with NSU Art Department
Artists and professors Tennille Shuster and Kandy Lopez with students from the NSU Art Department led live screen printing sessions during SPF'16! They printing off 100 SPF'16 tote bags for sale and ran audience-sourced items on the press through out the day.
Letterpress Printing with IS Projects
Noctunral Press studio manager Jessica Condon from IS Projects led ongoing demonstration of a vintage letterpress, pressing postcards and small items all day.
The stage at SPF Fort Lauderdale presents a series of short discussions, talks and readings from artists, authors, publishers, scholars and print-enablers to further facilitate a dialogue about print, book and zine culture in South Florida and beyond.
SPF'16 Workshops and Related Events
SPF'16 in the News
Directors ☀️ Sarah Michelle Rupert and Ingrid Schindall
Coordinator ☀️ Katherine Arts
Designer ☀️ Noah Levy
Volunteers ☀️ Yvonne Scull, Aliana Turkel, Amber Perkins, Luckas Arias-Torfs, Natasha Albelo, Elizabeth Corey, Treycy Romeus, Jennifer Hicks, Stephanie Suarez, Naisha Lopez, Kahkashan Ansary, Ryan Dahm, Lacei Sams, Samantha Silverman...
Photos from the launch of SPF Fort Lauderdale, Saturday, November 12, 2016. Images courtesy SPF Fort Lauderdale, photos by Monica McGivern. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for high res and press requests.
Funding for SPF'16 was also provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council and Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau.