| Catalogue of training and information tools on community participation in human settlements |
PRODUCED BY: THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S TRIBUNE CENTRE, 1982
AVAILABLE FROM: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S TRIBUNE CENTRE, 777 UNITED NATIONS PLAZA, NEW YORK, NY 10017, USA.
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH AND SPANISH
COST: SUBSCRIPTIONS TO OR ORDERS FOR SINGLE ISSUES OF THE TRIBUNE ARE FREE TO INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
FOR ALL OTHERS THE FOLLOWING PRICES APPLY:
INDIVIDUAL ISSUES $US 2
NORTH AMERICA $US 8
EUROPE/AUSTRALIA/JAPAN $US 12
NUMBER OF PAGES: 62
This edition of THE TRIBUNE NEWSLETTER NO. 21, 1982, entitled WOMEN AND GRAPHICS: A WOMEN'S KIT, is a practical set of instructions for groups producing their own informational materials. A set of illustrated directions and exercises on lettering guide the untrained artist in preparing attractive free-hand lettering and simple line drawings. This is followed by easy instructions on how to make rubber cement (a suitable glue for pasting the art and print work) and a bamboo tripod which can be used as an inexpensive display board for flannelgraphs, flipcharts or posters. Some examples of illustrations taken from previous issues of the Tribune Newsletters on rural women are included for reproduction by community groups designing their own publications. The last section is an annotated bibliography made up of low-cost communications handbooks as well as books dealing with preparing material for the printer, newsletter publication and visuals and graphics.
This loose-leaf folder of art and illustration ideas and techniques would be useful for a trainer preparing his/her own educational package or working with community groups to produce their own publicity and information.
YOU HAVE MASTERED THIS SKILL IF: