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2021 BIPOC Residency

The IPRC’s mission has always been about access and empowering alternative paths to publishing for vital work & unique voices. To fulfill our mission better, we’re introducing this residency program that is designed specifically to support Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) artists and writers to develop and create their art, and to share […]

Portland Has Talent Community Zine

In September 2020 Portland Sunday Parkways and the Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) came together to create a month of zine making. Local artists Marissa Perez, Sarah Mirk, and Geeta Lewis hosted three online intro workshops to inspire the community to create at home. This zine is a collection of art made by 17 members […]

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Print Services for Black Lives Matter

The IPRC is offering print & zine assembly services for organizers and activists of the BLM Movement in Portland, OR. *We are able to provide BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) individuals or organizations 100 copies of tabloid sized poster prints &/or 100 copies of zines of up to 8 pages (B&W standard letter sized) […]

SOLD OUT Virtual IPRC: Toxic Productivity Workshop

In a June 11th workshop Toxic Productivity and the Creative Cycle, hosted by Marina Martinez-Bateman, participants deconstructed the toxic habit many of us have of associating our worth with our ability to produce. Especially in this uncertain and stressful time, we feel external pressure to make work that will help others contextualize a situation we […]

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Virtual IPRC: Embracing What Is

“Embracing What Is”,  is a three part workshop series hosted by Grace Mervin that will deepen our understanding of our emotions, our selves, and our creativity for personal and collective healing. Find more of Grace’s work at earthling.cargo.site Leave an artist tip via venmo @endoplazmic —– Part 1: Creativity & Fear We will use creative […]

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