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COVID Vaccine + Testing Resources

As we face another variant & another rise in cases the IPRC will be extending our Winter Closure through Jan. 16th, and in an effort to keep the IPRC Community Safe, we ask that all members, workshop participants and visitors continue to wear masks in the space and show proof of vaccination (with exceptions made […]

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, […]

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 […]

Fall 2020 at the IPRC

Fall Programs, including Creative Writing Workshops, Community Events, and workshops to support your at-home studio practice are up now on the calendar. Sliding scale and scholarship spots available.

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