Celebrate the creativity that lives in Houston’s zine community.
AIGA Houston is stoked to announce our return as a community vendor at this year’s Zine Fest Houston (ZFH). We are excited to celebrate our friends’ 30th anniversary by honoring a fellow creative and ZFH founder Shane Patrick Boyle.
We will release our 2023 chapter zine with additional merchandise available for purchase. Drop by to say hello, learn about our organization and explore our collection of creative treasures.
- Saturday, November 18, 2023
- 12–6 p.m. CT
- The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art
- 2334 Gulf Terminal Dr.
- Houston, TX 77023
- Free and open to the public.
Artwork: Lauren Ibañez
About Zine Fest Houston
Zine Fest Houston (ZFH) is an annual, all-ages festival dedicated to promoting zines (self-published magazines), mini-comics and other forms of small press, alternative and underground DIY media and art. Admission is always free and low cost table space is made available for creators, writers and artists involved in the creation, publication, distribution or promotion of alternative DIY media. ZFH is the sole event in Houston that specifically provides a platform for emerging and established regional and national zine makers in the DIY community to exchange new work and create meaningful relationships that lead to productive collaboration.
The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art
The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art is a multi-site art center that exists to give Houstonians unique and authentic experiences that ignite the courage to create in everyone. We proudly preserve the legacies of the visionary artists behind the Orange Show Monument, the Beer Can House, Smither Park and the Art Car Parade, and produce year-round programs designed to inspire curiosity and leave you feeling like part of our community.
Ample free parking is available in the attached gravel parking lot. Be sure to head to the open warehouse located off Gulf Terminal Drive and not The Orange Show on Munger Street.
Safe Space Policy
Zine Fest Houston is FREE TO ALL, but please be aware that the festival has a zero tolerance policy for sexism, racism, classism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, ageism or any other forms of discrimination and abuse taken against members of our community such as theft of money or property, physical, verbal or mental abuse, sexual harassment, inappropriate/unwelcome comments and behaviors, disruptive or disrespectful behavior, and causing a participant or attendee to feel distressed or unsafe.
We encourage everyone participating and attending to help us hold the festival up to the standard we have set, and to advise festival organizers if any issues arise in this regard during ZFH. Thank you!
As the profession’s oldest and largest professional organization for design, AIGA seeks to advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force. Locally, the Houston chapter focuses on building community, strengthening skills and advocating for design. We are a 100% volunteer-powered nonprofit organization.
Code of Conduct
By registering and or attending any of our events, you agree to abide by AIGA Houston’s Code of Conduct.
Recording Disclosure: Your registration and/or presence constitutes permission to use photos, audio and video recording taken in the public spaces of our event for promotional and educational purposes in connection with AIGA Houston activities, corresponding publications and AIGA Houston managed websites. If you would prefer to not be included in photos or videos, please contact a board member or event volunteer to discuss further options.
COVID-19 Disclaimer: We understand that the Coronavirus pandemic is ongoing and constantly evolving. We can’t wait to see you in-person, but the health of our community is of the utmost importance. Please follow local recommendations regarding vaccinations, masks and social distancing while at AIGA events to minimize the spread of COVID-19.