Ten Rules for Teachers and Students Zine

A visual retelling of 10 Rules for Teachers and Students, originally created as part of a class project between 1967-68 by artist and educator Sister Corita Kent and later appropriated as the official rules for the art department at LA's Immaculate Heart Convent, her alma matter. These rules were commonly popularized by John Cage.

Spreads from 10 Rules for Teachers and Students
Spreads from 10 Rules for Teachers and Students
Sample pages from the 3rd edition of the zine.

The zine was produced on the Risograph in 2 colors (Riso Scarlet Red and Riso Blue) along with a transparent screen-printed cover in an edition of 100. It also exists in a two earlier numbered editions of 50.