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Becoming a member not only gives you access to our studio spaces, equipment, tools & supplies, but also to cheaper photocopies and free & discounted workshops as well. It is also an investment in the organization itself and allows us to provide sliding-scale options for community members who need them. Join us and make your creative projects come to life!

Donate

By donating to the IPRC, you invest in both our accessible studio space and our programs that support historically marginalized communities in Oregon, as well as the causes closest to our members' hearts including racial justice, gender equality, and disability rights. Please support our work in the community! The IPRC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

Volunteer

Currently on hold because of coronavirus precautions, the IPRC usually operates with the help of a legion of volunteers. Whether they are working the front desk or project-oriented volunteers – we are lucky to be working with some of the region's most talented artists, writers, teachers, designers and cultural aficionados. Learn more by contacting eao@iprc.org!

The IPRC is in the 2021 Willamette Week Give!Guide!

“The IPRC is a vital community institution that brings together artists of many mediums and experiences into one intentional, accessible space, and that has personally fostered my ongoing development as a writer, teacher, and occasional printmaker for half a decade. Through a combination of listening, radical leadership, and a deep commitment to community care, they’ve proven to be a mainstay, […]

All That You Change Changes You: Message From the Outgoing Executive Director

“All that you touch You Change. All that you Change Changes you. The only lasting truth is Change…” –Octavia Butler Dear IPRC Community, When I joined the IPRC as the Executive Director in March 2018, I knew that my role would be to help usher the organization into its next chapter. I saw myself as […]

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Ghost Print Issue #3

GHOST PRINT issue #3 is here! This issue is filled with amazing (and colorful!) work from IPRC community members far and wide, as well as a great interview with past IPRC BIPOC resident and this issue’s cover artist, Abby Castillo. Happy reading! ~Marissa, Gabby, & Emmy **Read Issue #3 Here!** Limited quantity of physical teal […]

Introducing the IPRC’s 2021 Artists in Residence

  We are overjoyed to introduce the 2021 Artists in Residence: Gillian: she/they, [@babygotbackpack](https://www.instagram.com/babygotbackpack/) Gillian Herrera is a writer and textile artist who will be creating a book that explores themes of abolition, indigenous anarcho-communism, spirituality, and racial identity. For her public component, she will be collaborating with other artists to organize a mutual aid […]

Open Position: Certificate Program Prose Instructor

Position Available:  The IPRC is currently seeking applications for a Prose Instructor in the Certificate Program. Qualified applicants will have experience teaching fiction and/or creative nonfiction workshops. Experience teaching writing in an educational or community setting is required. An MFA or graduate degree in creative writing is helpful but not required. Experience in printmaking, book […]

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