Great News: thanks to the good folks at Paper Plus, all IPRC members can now receive a 20% discount on paper product purchases at their 835 E. Burnside location. And thanks to a new arrangement with Paper Plus, weâ€™re now stocking the IPRC copiers with 100% recycled, Forest Stewardship Council-approved paper from …
The 2010 Give!Guide has ended, but you can still support the IPRC by becoming a member or by donating to the Center via Network For Good.
Check out our first installment of Made at the IPRC, our new webseries that spotlights IPRC members and their awesome creative projects.Â In this episode, Breena Wiederhoft shows off her 230+ page graphic novel, which she printed at the Center.
We’ve expanded our letterpress print shop hours on Sundays. We are now open for printing from 2-8! See you there.
Come to the IPRC tonight at 7 PM to hear Luke You of the free, anonymous zine “You” talk about Australian zines, the Sticky Institute, and other exciting things!
See you there!
Tonight the IPRC is pleased to host the opening of Alyson Provax’s solo exhibit including two of her projects, ‘The Time Wasting Experiments’ and ‘Duration.’ The show begins at 6 PM and continues until 8. Hope to see you there!
My name is Natalie and I am the IPRC’s newest foster child (I’ll be interning here for the next 6 weeks)! I’m a literature and theatre student from Bennington College in Vermont (via California) and a longtime proponent of zinemaking.
Although this is only officially my second day at work here, it’s obvious to me that …
Come on by and pick up a new catalog/zine featuring a cover by January’s exhibiting artist Alyson Provax.
The new March/April 2011 workshop/events catalog is now available at the IPRC, Reading Frenzy and select locations. However, you may now register for classes online! Simply click on any of workshops listed above and pay through Brown Paper Tickets.
“The IPRC’s vision and sweat have given a voice to many who would not otherwise be heard. From Gutenberg on, speaking truth to power has almost always come from independent publishers. They have given us works such as Moby Dick, Leaves of Grass and Ulysses; works that have not only transformed literature but transformed their …