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RCHVL: Artist Talk with Samm Lee and Cece Alonzo

As an extension of their Community Zine Archive: RCHVL, artist collective SUBlvl is hosting a series of artist talks to spotlight each artist and facilitate conversations about their work and contribution to their growing community zine archive. Spudnik Press is proud to welcome their collective for two Artist Talk sessions this month!

Join us on Tuesday, June 25th at 6pm for an insightful event programmed by two SUBlvl artists as a true reflection of their personal creative practices. Engaging fully in the conversations and activities is highly encouraged. Together with the SUBlvl community, we thank you for supporting local, independent artists of color as they delve deeper into the creative industry.

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About the Organization:

SUBlvl is a collective that aims to amplify the voices of minority creatives and world thinkers through meaningful collaboration and creative direction. This is a safe space for all bodies where no story goes untold, no voices go unheard, and everyone gets their flowers.

This Artist Talk is free and open to the public, with a pay-what-you-can option available. All proceeds will support SUBlvl continue the production of their community zine archives that highlights emerging local artists.

About the Artists:

Samm Lee

Samm Lee aka LEEZY will be discussing the emotional and creative healing processes behind the creation of her original zine Splatt, Edition 2: what will remain with Cece Alonzo. Lee’s work highlights the painful and delicate nature of grief, and the curiosities that might arise from one’s experience of grief through a creative lens.

Celine Alonzo

Celine Alonzo aka Cece.Beanzzini is a multidisciplinary designer, whose work is rooted in playful, organic forms and imaginative storytelling. Her most recent project was “Digizine”- a collection of photos captured from her experience of carrying a digital camera with her everyday for 2023, paired with questions and music she was exploring with at the time. At this event, she will be selling copies of “Digizine” and customized “Lucky Lighters.” Proceeds will be donated towards the Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund.