TweetAfter months of work, IPRC volunteer and membership coordinator (and excellent artist) Lori D. finally unveiled her new murals for the IPRC’s perfect binding room today.
“They’re the biggest paintings I’ve ever made,” says Lori, who hauled the two works to the center wrapped in three layers of garbage bags to keep off the rain.
The not-so-glamorous …
TweetSince the IPRC has colonized the new room across the hall, Justin and A.M. get to have a spacious office of their very own. It’s better for their sanity and their paperwork but more importantly, it means we got to redecorate!
Thanks to some artfully repurposed wooden boards, a creative little nook and the beloved …
TweetBehold! The horror!
So fuzzy! So friendly!
I guess this means we have to think of a new name for it. What’s a good name for a Yeti who loves the taste of toner and text?
Here is the Yeti-fication in action:
TweetThe results are in! Hold on to your masks!
First Place: Becca
Second Place: (Tied) Luna and Matthew
Third Place: Joel
Honorary Mention: Patrick
Here are some examples!
Moe (on the far left):
Some of our participants and our guest judge Carrot Quinn (on the far right):
TweetCheck them out here!
TweetWhew, what a weekend.
IPRC volunteers and staff spent all of Saturday and Sunday under the cruel lights of the Oregon Convention Center, tabling for annual book revival Wordstock. The crowd at Wordstock is a funny mix ranging from very established literary celebrities to young kids in trenchcoats who tack the moniker “Published Author” onto the …
TweetYes, we’ve joined the craze. Now you can keep up with the latest news at the IPRC by following our Twitter page. We’ll be posting upcoming events, new zines and more!
TweetRegistering for an IPRC workshop has never been easier! Simply click on any of the classes listed to the right, then follow the Brown Paper Tickets link. It’s a very simple process and you can pay by credit card. Get ‘em while they last!
TweetCome by the IPRC and grab our Spring 2009 Catalog/Zine or check out our upcoming courses online on the Calendar. This month’s Zine-a-log features artwork and writing by Lori D., Marc Moscato, Gabriel Liston and many others.
The recession has been especially hard on nonprofit arts organizations. One of the simplest ways to support the IPRC is to make a monetary donation: simply click on the “donate” button above to make a secure online donation.
We’re looking for new board members who have experience with development and fundraising.
We would really benefit from one …