THE NEW PRIVACY reading series celebrates graduates of the Independent Publishing Resource Center Poetry Program. Featuring: Natalie Briggs Tyler Brewington Sarah Borsten Corin See Kelly Schirmann Misha Brandon Speck Claire Iris Bianca Butler Marilyn Zornado Sarah Alibabaie Jon Boisvert Lindsay Ruoff Jessica Rene Cole & Amy Souza (so far) - See more at: http://www.iprc.org/category/calendar#sthash.Npnw5bkI.dpuf
The IPRC is happy to host the PSU MFA student’s monthly reading. Please join us each month as MFA students in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry read from their works-in-progress. This event is free and open to the public.
*prerequisite: Beginning Screenprinting *Purchasing a personal screen highly recommended for this workshop Description: The advanced screen-printing class will cover the techniques necessary to produced a well registered, two-color screen-print. Participants will learn advanced printing skills, such as registration, advanced output film/stencil making techniques, the use of split-fountains, and working with ink additives to further expand… Continue reading Advanced Screenprinting: Two Color
Learn all of the fundamentals of traditional book binding. In this one day HANDS-ON class held at the IPRC in Portland, you will create 3 books using the basics of bookbinding, including hard and soft covers, Japanese stab, and saddle stitch. You will also receive a manual with information on book anatomy, binding tutorials, and… Continue reading Book Arts: The Basics
October 7, 1955, Kenneth Rexroth hosted a reading at San Francisco’s Gallery Six of five younger, unknown poets—Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, Michael McClure, Philip Whalen and Philip Lamantia. This the Beat Poets were launched. The night featured the premier of Ginsberg’s Howl, and Jack Kerouac collecting money at the door for jugs of wine. October… Continue reading The Beats’ coming out party–Gallery Six 60th anniversary