IPRC Coronavirus/COVID-19 Response

As the response evolves in our region, please check back here for updates. The following information was updated at 3:40PM on Friday, March 27th. Because the IPRC is an open space, we’re staying informed on the evolving Coronavirus/COVID-19 recommendations. Governor Brown called for statewide school closures until the end of April, and a further shelter-in-place […]

2020 BIPOC Writer & Artist Residency Call For Proposals

  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 […]

Join Us at the IPRC Print Spree on October 17th

The IPRC is hosting our 2nd annual print show & sale at Tillamook Station (665 N. Tillamook Street). The IPRC Print Spree features 20 artists’ letterpress, risograph, and screen prints, curated by Kate Bingaman-Burt, Niko Courtelis, Fruit Salad Club, Last Heavy, and us! Each print has a limited run of 25, and you can grab […]

Call for Art: Tattooed for Good – Deadline October 4th

We’ve teamed up with 15 other nonprofits in the area for this year’s Give!Guide to bring you a flash tattoo fundraiser. You can get a special tattoo on November 16th with the proceeds going to the nonprofits. And in the meantime, we need YOU to make the art! Here are the details: Our partner organizations […]

Fall Pop-Up Events at Ace Hotel

  The IPRC is in the Willamette Week Give!Guide again this year, and we’re so excited that Ace Hotel Portland is our generous business partner in 2019! We’re co-hosting two events with them, including a Pop-Up Zine Library on October 9th. Then on November 21st, join us for hot cocoa, cookies, and holiday card-making. Also stay tuned for […]

Announcing New Certificate Program in Comics Instructor: M. Sabine Rear

The IPRC is delighted to announce that Sabine Rear will be joining Andrice Arp as Comics Certificate Program Faculty, and will be the core instructor for the fall term of the Certificate Program! Applications for the Comics Program have been extended to August 23rd, so be sure to get your comics work sample ready for […]

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IPRC BIPOC Writer & Artist Residency

  The IPRC’s mission has always been about access and empowering marginalized voices to publish unique print media. 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 with the […]

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 $10+ from the Give!Guide: FREE Nossa Familia […]

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 […]

2018 Statistics: All we’ve done at the IPRC!

2,000 people continue to access the IPRC space, resources, and programs each year, and in 2018, we had: Approximately 2,340 open hours in the studio, in which members worked on prints, zines, chapbooks, broadsides, flyers, buttons, websites, calendars, and ephemera. 300 students making zines in our outreach program. Our partnership with Creative Science School included […]

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