September 11, 2023
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Treehouse Zine celebrates third issue with community-based release party
By Justin Brosemer
Eliana Gelman, a cognitive science major at UGA and editor-in-chief for Treehouse, founded the zine in hopes of strengthening Athens’ artistic community. She believes that zines have the ability to bring people together, whether to create or showcase art.
Gelman began Treehouse with the support of the UGA Arts Collaborative, an interdisciplinary initiative for advanced research in the arts.
“Working with the Arts Collaborative has looped us into a network of other Athens creatives who are willing to have conversations about things that have or have not been working for them,” Gelman said. “It’s just been really great to have a sort of mentorship there.”