Schedule for 2018 Give!Guide Workshops and Incentives

The IPRC is in the Willamette Week’s Give!Guide (G!G) this year, which is an easy path for year-end giving with lots of incentives for your generosity. We’re offering a number of special gifts and workshops for giving to our campaign. Other Incentives include: $10 – Month of Basic Membership $20 – 2019 Risograph Calendar & A Month of […]

20th Anniversary Reading at City Hall on October 25th

On October 25th, the IPRC is partnering with City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly’s office to bring our 20th Anniversary Reading to Portland City Hall. The reading will feature writers Lidia Yuknavitch, Anis Mojgani, and Martha Grover, as well as ephemera from the 20 years of the IPRC. Artists Heather Lane and Erika Rier are creating original […]

Open Position: Certificate Program Poetry Instructor

The IPRC is currently seeking applications for a Poetry Instructor in the Certificate Program. Qualified applicants will have experience teaching poetry creative writing workshops in an educational or community-based setting; facilitating critical dialogue around inclusion and equity in a workshop setting; and developing curriculum with a mind towards inclusivity when selecting texts and visiting writers. […]

Announcing the IPRC Spring Membership Drive

Make this the summer you learn a new skill or make a zine! In addition to the regular perks that come with being a member, the first 15 people to sign up during our Spring Membership Drive will receive a set of 6 postcards created by Carye Bye of Red Bat Press. And for the […]

IPRC Now Accepting Registrations for Summer Youth Camps

The IPRC is offering several half-day camp sessions for young artists and writers ages 7-18 this summer. For the first time, elementary-aged campers can learn the basics of printmaking (including printing on backpacks like the ones in the photo on the left). Middle schoolers will use the Martha Grover Zine Library for inspiration as they create […]

Community Survey: We want to hear from you!

The people who are a part of the Independent Publishing Resource Center community make it all that it is. From our volunteers to our members, printmakers and Certificate Program cohorts, We want your thoughts and feedback to help inform our decision-making on programming, events, and in our strategic planning for the future of the IPRC. […]

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 […]

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