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Recap: MOAH Zinefest 2018

8:51 AM PST on January 11, 2018

With the first week of the new year coming to an end on Sunday, Museum of Art and History (MOAH) in Lancaster held a zinefest/artist panel to celebrate and educate their community on the exhibition currently on display, Dark Progressivism: The Built Environment (L.A. TACO link here). Here are some photos from photographer/zinester Joe Forney, who was in attendance.

Left to right: L.A. TACO contributor Desilu Munoz & Joe Segura of Applesauce Industries.

On the left, exhibition participant Louis Jacinto displaying his photography collection.

Photographer/zinester Alyssa Ruiz (right) slanging prints, zines, and film.

Photographer/zinester Erwin Recinos next to his photographs for the exhibition.

“New Noir” panel discussion with Big Sleeps Cavazos, Jim McHugh, Joe Prime” Reza and Rafael Reyes of the band Prayers. The discussion was led by Dark Progressivism filmmaker/curator Rodrigo Ribera dEbre.

Artist Alex Schaefer draws some loose sketches of the panel discussion.

Big Sleeps signing some prints as the panel discussion and zinefest comes to and end.

This is your last week to visit Lancaster Museum of Art History for the Dark Progressivism exhibition. Museum is open all week from 11 AM - 6 PM. All images provided by Joe Forney.

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