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 […]
The Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) is currently seeking a Studio Manager, who works collaboratively with the rest of the small staff, including the Executive Director, Program Director (both FTE), and Membership & Community Projects Coordinator (part-time), as well as volunteers & interns. The Studio Manager is responsible for overseeing studio operations, including those for […]
Many of our Winter 2021 Creative Writing Classes are now open for enrollment! Click on the flyer to see more information about each class.
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 […]
The Give!Guide (G!G) is Willamette Week’s annual effort to raise funds – and draw attention – to the good works of local nonprofits. The campaign is supported by numerous local businesses, who provide incentives to donors and Big Give Days for your giving. The IPRC is honored to be a part of the G!G […]