We hope you'll join us in celebrating this major milestone in the IPRC's history. Please save the date for the IPRC's 15th Birthday Bash on Saturday, June 15, 2013. In advance of the event, we’re putting together a special "15" Superzine, featuring memories, writing and artwork about the IPRC by a select group of supporters, members, volunteers and staff.
Sunshine Tavern, Papa G's and Portobello restaurants will donate 5 to 10% of their sales on May 14, 15, and 16. Eat For the IPRC days support the IPRC's exciting exterior remodeling project. Please stop by these excellent eateries to support an important facelift for the IPRC and the entire lower Division neighborhood.
Zine Scene - Episode 02: Lillie Craw
This is the second episode of ZINE SCENE, an interview based web series about the artists and authors from the Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) hosted by the one and only A.M. O'Malley. Zine Scene is a light-hearted talk show showcasing the unique and light-hearted nature of the IPRC. In this episode, guest Lillie Craw discusses The Glitter-Verse.
Major congratulations to IPRC Comics Program instructor Nicole J. Georges on the success of her new graphic memoir, Calling Dr. Laura. Nicole recently did a live interview with OPB's Think Out Loud, recorded right here at the IPRC. She will also be teaching in the IPRC's upcoming 2013/2014 Certificate Program in Comics/Graphic Novels.
This project will only be funded if at least $6,000 is pledged by Sunday Jun 16, 11:00pm EDT.
To celebrate the Center's 15th birthday, we're creating a Superzine filled with IPRC memories, writing and artwork by 30+ contributors. What was once a scrappy little Center continues to grow and grow--and this June it's turning the big 15!