Staff

  • Emmeline Eao

    Membership Coordinator

    Bio coming soon


    John Akira Harrold

    Studio Manager

    John Akira Harrold is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, and organizer who is interested in connecting people – both artist and non – with the resources they need to develop artistically. Before joining the IPRC John had a career working for social justice organizations and was a volunteer in the IPRC letterpress studio. He is currently interested in developing relationships between the world(s) of print, design, and social practice.

    Contact John at john@iprc.org


    Alley Pezanoski-Browne

    Executive Director

    Alley grew up in a multiethnic Midwestern family dedicated to the arts, education, and social justice. For a decade, she worked as a producer and coordinator for various documentaries, arts/media non-profits, projects and events, with a focus on fundraising and community-building (and a stopover in Hong Kong as a Fulbright Scholar). She later received her master’s in Critical Theory & Creative Research from Pacific Northwest College of Art. Alley has worked with various arts and education organizations in the Portland Metro Area, including Caldera and Clark College. She is currently a board member at Marrow, a radical youth space in North Portland.

    Contact Alley at alley@iprc.org


    Hajara Quinn

    Program Director

    Hajara Quinn is a poet and editor with experience in education, publishing and nonprofits. In 2014 she earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Cornell University where she worked as a writing instructor and tutor. She is an assistant and managing editor for Octopus Books and the author of the chapbook Unnaysayer (Flying Object 2013). The recipient of a 2015 Oregon Literary Fellowship, her poems have appeared in Gulf Coast, Poor Claudia, Banango Street, The Volta, Nightblock and Sixth Finch.

    Contact Hajara at hquinn@iprc.org


    Erika Rier

    Studio Programs Associate

    Bio coming soon


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