Oh My: How to organize your own DIY event
with writer, performer & and musician, Marya Errin Jones.
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Marya Errin Jones is a writer/performer/musician, and founder of ABQ Zine Fest, now in its 8th year. Marya’s zines can be found in the zine collections of Barnard College, University of Iowa, London College of Communications and Tate Modern. She is a founder and lead curator at The Tannex, an independent, DIY, safer space performance venue in Albuquerque. Marya interned at the Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden at the Smithsonian Institution, was the recipient of a Jim Henson Seed Grant. She was awarded the inaugural Fulcrum Fund Grant, from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, NYC for the creation of zines as an art form. Marya is curating a zine collection at Central Features, a modern art gallery in Albuquerque for their exhibition, Boundless. Marya will bring zines to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as part of an innovative creative team participating in “Make the Brest Pump Not Suck Hackathon 2.0” at MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.