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Announcing New Leadership for the IPRC

The IPRC is proud to announce the selection of new Executive Director Alison “Alley” Pezanoski-Browne. Alley brings with her a suite of leadership skills, enthusiasm, and vision. She most recently served as the grants and communications manager at Caldera, where she built strong relationships within the local and statewide arts community. Aside from budget, grant, […]

Announcing New Partnership with WeMake PDX

  The Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) is thrilled to announce a new collaborative partnership with WeMake PDX, who has generously offered to sponsor the IPRC’s screen printing studio. Their gift will help support our ongoing efforts to grow into our new location, and expand and revitalize our screen printing equipment and programming. Contributions from […]

Open Position: Executive Director

Independent Publishing Resource Center Executive Director Position Description Current Need The Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC), in Portland, Oregon, seeks an Executive Director to take on the role in January / February 2018. The person in this full-time exempt position reports to the all-volunteer Board of Directors, and serves as manager to a staff of […]

Announcing New Letterpress Studio Manager

  Please join us in welcoming John Akira Harrold to the IPRC Staff as Letterpress 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 […]

Open Position: Letterpress Studio Manager

The Independent Publishing Resource Center is currently seeking a Letterpress Studio Manager. The Studio Manager‐Letterpress works collaboratively as part of the Studio Management team in developing and managing the studio, IPRC volunteers, and educational outreach efforts on behalf of the center. About the Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC): Since its inception in 1998 the center […]

Open Position: Certificate Program Prose Instructor

The IPRC is currently seeking applications for a Prose Instructor in the Certificate Program. Qualified applicants will have experience teaching fiction and nonfiction creative writing workshops. An MFA or graduate degree in creative writing is preferred, but not required with equivalent or similar experience teaching in an educational or community setting. Job responsibilities to include: […]

The IPRC Has Found a New Home!

  Greetings IPRC Community! It is with great pleasure that we announce that the IPRC has found and secured a new home in the historic Gardeners and Ranchers building at 1305 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. We are thrilled that this timely move will enable us to continue fulfilling our mission of providing access […]

Message from the Interim Director

Update on the IPRC’s 2017 Transition: Due to circumstances affecting most of the city, the IPRC has been propelled into a state of change. We are doing the work, putting forth the effort to embrace change and make a better future for our community and our organization. In the months to come we will be […]

IPRC in the Willamette Week Give!Guide

The IPRC is so honored to be included in the 2016 Willamette Week Give!Guide. Consider becoming a member through the Give!Guide. Other incentives include Many thanks to Jillian Barthold, Lani Milton and Sunny Bleckinger for their work on the film.

New Youth Offerings: Zine Workshops for Teens and Middle Grades

Anything Zines! Second and fourth Thursdays of the month from 2-3:30, join the IPRC for a middle grade (ages 7-11) zine studio. Youth zinesters will collage, write, type, paste draw, fold staple, share and make buttons. Materials provided. $5-20 sliding scale         Teen Zine Studio First and third Thursdays of the month […]

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