You may have heard that the IPRC recently acquired an amazing piece of technology. It will revolutionize you, me, books, zines and everything in between. It is called the Bind Fast Five. It makes real books. Books for you, by you. Not to rag on the side-stapeled photocopied zines, but these new Bind Fast Five …
Registering 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!
For my first review, I am recommending Know Your Rights!: A Restaurant Workerâ€™s Survival Guide.Â This publication was recently published by the Portland Restaurant Workers Association (PRWA), which describes itself as â€œa community group of workers committed to promoting Solidarity, Support, & Education among food service workers in our city.â€
The PRWA also recently teamed up …
We had a great time at this year’s Stumptown Comics Fest. We brought along one of our smaller clam shell letterpresses for people to try out and make their own IPRC card. We also exhibited a bunch of shirts that we screened using our new Yudu. Check out our Flickr photos below.
Come 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.Â 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 …
Thanks to everyone who made this year’s Text Ball a huge success! Check out photos here.
The 2008 Spring Catalog is now available for download as a PDF.
IPRC Spring Workshop Catalog