Made at the IPRC

Finding Herself Here:
An Interview with Lindsey Kugler

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Lindsey Kugler was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, and currently lives in Portland, Oregon. She loves gel manicures, doodling, and does not own a bicycle. Here is a memoir of intimate vignettes and pictures about a year of professional and personal service. Lindsey wrote and produced Here as a student in the IPRC’s Certificate …

Yeti Coloring Contest Video

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The coloring contest! It wasn’t really a contest…but it made a great little animation. Thanks to Nicole J.

Q&A with Lisa Mangum

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Lisa Mangum is co-editor of the anthology GAZETA: Comics from Bangkok to Belgrade; a scholar and historian of East European comics; and a contributing author of Stripovi: Contemporary Comics in Croatia in Serbia She studied animation at Evergreen and CalArts and did her graduate research on independent comics in Serbia. She currently runs a …

Q&A with Nicole J. Georges

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Nicole J. Georges is a comic artist, zinester, teacher, and pet portrait artist living in Northern Portland. She is author of the zine “Invincible Summer,” co-founder of the Portland Zine Symposium, and has toured the country extensively with Sister Spit. Nicole’s first full-length graphic novel, Calling Doctor Laura, will be out in 2012 with Houghton …

“Made at the IPRC” Episode #1

Check out our first installment of Made at the IPRC, our new webseries that spotlights IPRC members and their awesome creative projects.  In this episode, Breena Wiederhoft shows off her 230+ page graphic novel, which she printed at the Center.

From Stella with Love

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Our first year comic’s certificate program anthology can be yours for just $5! Order now!

IPRC Audiozine Vol. Two

during bygone eras, it was impossible to attend readings by nine of the Portland zine universe’s most massive satellites in a single evening. . . in the intimacy of your own sitting room. . . with only you in the audience. you used to have to use up most of your personal resources, …

Check out Oregon History Comics!

I can’t believe we stapled, folded and boxed up Stumptown-ready all 200 copies of the first Oregon History Comic in two hours this week at the IPRC! I think the box of a dozen cupcakes helped. And the long arm staplers.
Oregon History Comics is a project involving a dozen IPRC regulars, including myself, perfect-presser BT …

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