IPRC INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING RESOURCE CENTER June July
WORK SHOPS + EVENTS
INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING RESOURCE CENTER 1001 South East Division Street, Portland, Oregon 97202
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Monday: Noon – 10 PM Tuesday – Thursday: 4 – 10 PM Friday: Noon – 6 PM Saturday: Noon – 6 PM Sunday: Noon – 10 PM* *noon – 5 PM Youth Only
Orientations are held at the IPRC on 2nd Thursdays at 7 PM and 3rd Saturdays every month at 3 PM for new and prospective IPRC users. Participants are given a tour of the facility, an outline of policies and procedures, as well as membership information. Telephone 503/827-0249
Justin Hocking, Executive Director A.M. O’Malley, Program Coordinator Michael D’Alessandro, Community Resource Coordinator
INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING RESOURCE CENTER
The IPRC and its Outreach programs are supported by individual donors, as well as generous grants from The Meyer Memorial Trust, The Oregon Arts Commission, Regional Arts & Culture Council, The Miller Foundation, The Oregon Cultural Trust, and The Collins Foundation. Support the IPRC at www.iprc.org
About the IPRC
The Independent Publishing Resource Center facilitates creative expression and identity by providing individual access to the resources and tools for the creation of independently published media and art. Since its inception in 1998, the center has been dedicated to encouraging the growth of visual and literary publishing community by offering a space to gather and exchange information and ideas, as well as to produce work. The IPRC is an Oregon 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit organization.
Zine Library Our zine library has more than 8,000 self-published and independently produced publications. We have one of the largest zine libraries in the world. You don’t have to be a member to check out a zine either! From art to comics to music, you’ll be able to find something good! The zine catalog is also on our website at library.iprc.org.
Workshops Make the IPRC your educational resource. The center offers a variety of workshops related to publishing, writing, comics, and much more. The workshops are designed to give participants hands on experience, which they can apply to their individual projects. Pre-registration is required as spots are limited. Register online at iprc.org or at our volunteer desk. 2 www.iprc.org
Resources Need some advice? Want to know like-minded people? Volunteer Staff are available during open hours to answer questions and the center is a great space to network, or to organize regular shared interest groups.
Workspace Need a place to staple your zine? A copier? A computer to layout your book? We’ve got all that and more. The IPRC offers access to resources and equipment to aid in the production and distribution of publications at an affordable rate. We have new iMac computers with Adobe Creative Suite 6 and MacBook Pro laptops. There are also color and black & white copiers, letterpress studio, perfect binding machine, silk screen studio, resource books, art supplies, work tables, a guillotine cutter, scrap paper, typewriters and more!
Space Reservation We are happy to host meetings, groups, and brain trusts. However, in order to better serve you, reservations are appreciated. To reserve a classroom or other space, (loft, library, etc.) email A.M. O’Malley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Become a member of the IPRC! Yearly memberships start at $35 for three months or $55 for a year, and are on a sliding scale. Members have access to the center’s workspace & equipment, discounts on workshops, and reduced rates on copies. Most importantly, members support the IPRC’s programming.
LONG arm stapler level • $35
3 month membership 20% discount at Paper Plus 10% off ADX Membership 10% off SCRAP used material Library Membership IPRC button pin
Mimeograph Level • $55 – $99
1 year membership 20% discount at Paper Plus 10% off ADX Membership 10% off SCRAP used material Library Membership IPRC button pin IPRC audio zine
Join in person at 1001 SE Division Street or online at iprc.org/join ! Copier Level • $100 – $199
1 year membership 20% discount at Paper Plus 10% off ADX Membership 10% off SCRAP used material Library Membership IPRC button pin IPRC audio zine Zine of the Month Membership
Letterpress Level • $200+
2 year membership 20% discount at Paper Plus 10% off ADX Membership 10% off SCRAP used material Library Membership IPRC button pin IPRC audio zine Zine of the Month Membership A free workshop of your choice June - July 2013 5
ZINE CANTEEN We love young zinesters! Every Sunday, from noon-5PM, the IPRC becomes the Zine Canteen, a free drop-in space for young people to work on publishing projects with the occasional youth workshop.
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Outreach Our boundaries extend beyond the walls of the IPRC. The outreach team takes self-publishing to schools, libraries, treatment centers and other venues. Our latest initiative is the Media Action Project (MAP), which teaches media literacy, critical thinking, and making skills to youth. Contact A.M. Oâ€™Malley at irpcworkshops@ gmail.com for more info.
At a Glance : june & july EVENTS First Friday Fri., June 7, 6pm Reading: INFK Tues., June 11, 7:30pm Reading & book launch: Tradition Thurs., June 13, 7pm Reading: Comics & Zines by bike Sat., June 15, 5:15-7:15pm IPRC 15th Birthday Bash! Sat., June 15, 7pm Bike-in Movie: RAD! Tues., June 18, 8pm Reading: Burnside Review 9.1 Wed., June 19, 7:30-9:30pm IPRC Certificate Info Session Wed., June 26, 7-8:30pm Book Release: Rashida Young Sun., June 28, 7:30pm WORKSHOPS
Book Arts 101 Thursdays, June 13-27, 7-9pm Beginning Screenprinting Wed., June 20, 7-10pm Left Brain/Right Brain Sat., June 22, 11-2pm Kids Comic Class Sun., June 23, 2-4pm Websites 101 Tues. June 25, 7-9pm Summer Print Camp Sat. - Sun., June 29 - 30 11-5pm GD Camp: Illustrator Tues., July 9, 7-9pm Happy Hour Calligraphy Fridays, July 12, 19, 26 6-8pm Intro to Letterpress Sat., July 13, 11-5pm GD Camp: InDesign Tues., July 16, 7pm-9pm
Crafting the Experimental Essay Sat., June 1., 12-2 pm
Bindfast 5 Thurs., July 18 7-9pm
Beginning Screenprinting for Kids Sun., June 2, 2pm
GD Camp: Advanced InDesign & eBooks Tues., July 23, 7-9pm
Advanced InDesign: E-Pub Sun., June 2, 7-9pm
Intro to Letterpress Sat., July 27, 11am-5pm
Travel Writing 101 Tues., June 4, 7-9pm
Teen Zine Making Tuesdays, July 30- Aug. 8, 1-2:50pm
Intro to Letterpress Sat., June 8, 11-5pm
GD Camp: Photoshop Tues., July 30, 7-9pm
Beginning Illustrator Tues., June 11, 7-9pm
Beginning Screenprinting Wed., July 31, 7-10pm June - July 2013â€ƒ 7
Stop by the IPRC on First Friday to browse the zine library, get a letterpress print and tour the space. Live music will be provided by Sara Renberg. Friday, June 7, 6pm Free & open to the public!
If Not For Kidnap hosts Poets John Beer & Joe Hall
John Beer is the author of the poetry collection The Waste Land and Other Poems (Canarium Books) and the chapbook Lucinda (Spork Press). Associative and imaginative, his work has been compared to that of John Ashbery. He is a theater columnist for Time Out Chicago and teaches at Portland State University. Joe Hall is a devout poet. He finds god, saints and saviors in spiders in a woodpile. For Hall, poetry cannot hold anything if it doesnâ€™t break. Beer available for a small suggested donation. Tuesday, June 11, 7:30pm Free & open to the public!
Iprc’s 15th birthday bash! Back in 1998, the Independent Publishing Resource Center was born inside a tiny office space with a single copy machine, a coffee maker, and a stack of zines. Fifteen years later, the IPRC is a vital and vibrant community resource, now occupying a dynamic new 4,000 sq. ft. space, featuring Screenprinting and Letterpress studios, fourteen state-of-the-art Mac computers, two classrooms, a Creative Writing and Comics School, an art gallery, bindery, and one of the largest Small Press & Zine Libraries in the country. What was once a scrappy little Center continues to grow and grow–and this June it’s turning the big 15! We hope you’ll join us in celebrating this major milestone in the IPRC’s history. Please save the date for the IPRC’s 15th Birthday Bash, featuring lots of cake, beer by Ninkasi, and a print sale. Thursday, June 5, 7pm Free & open to the public!
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tradition: Reading & book launch Join Marci Blackman and local PDX writers Cooper Lee Bombardier, Valentine Freeman, Cass J. Hodges and Galadriel Mozee for release of Blackman’s second novel, Tradition, following the story of Gus Weesfree, who witnessed a brutal crime in his hometown of Tradition, Ohio, at the age of 21 and fled, leaving behind the thriving African American community that existed there before and during World War II. Now an old man, he is compelled to confront his past only to find most of his memories buried by urban sprawl. Marci Blackman is an original member of the touring spoken word troupe, Sister Spit, and co-edited the ground-breaking anthology, Beyond Definition: New Writing from Gay and Lesbian San Francisco. Blackman’s first novel, Po Man’s Child, received the American Library Association’s Stonewall award for Best LGBT Fiction and the Firecracker Alternative Book Award for Best Fiction. Thursday, June 13, 7pm $3-$5 suggested donation
comics & zine reading by bike Join veteran zinesters for a 2 hour long zine reading by bike. The ride will meet at 5:15 at Floating World Comics and end at the IPRC at 7:15 for our 15th Birthday Bash! This is a moderate ride with frequent stops. Please wear a helmet! Thursday, June 15 5:15-7:15pm Free & open to the public!
bike-in movie: rad! The 4th Annual Portland Zine Symposium Bike-In Movie! This year, we’ll show RAD at the IPRC @ 8:00PM. To help fund raise for PZS, there will be a suggested donation of $3-5 for the movie, plus popcorn and beverages for sale. Tuesday, June 18, 8pm $3-$5 suggested donation
burnside review 9.1 release reading Readers will include contributors to the issue, Donald Dunbar, A.M. O’Malley, Andrew Michael Roberts, plus Burnside Review authors Jeff Alessandrelli and Amalia Gladhart. Beer and wine will be available for a small donation. Wednesday, June 19, 7:30-9:30pm Free & open to the public!
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Certificate program Info session Join us at the IPRC for an information session about the 2013/2014 Certificate Program. The Certificate Program is a year-long course in Independent Publishing. Participants choose between one of three tracks— Fiction/Nonfiction; Poetry; or Comics/Graphic Novels—and spend between two and three semesters creating and publishing their work. Wednesday, June 26, 7-8:30pm Free & open to the public!
Book release party with rashida young IPRC Certificate Program Alumni Rashida Young will be releasing her book of poems, Squint. The reading will consist of an Afro beat jazz-inspired trio opening band, three performance poets and Rashida Young reading her own work, which will include poetry and shekere percussion. Friday, June 28, 7:30pm Free & open to the public!
SUMMER PRINT CAMP! Welcome to Print Camp 2013! This is a weekend long intensive for adults, covering the beautiful print and binding methods we have here at the IPRC. After learning the traditional arts of letterpress and screenprinting, students can bind their new creations using our amazing Bindfast 5 machine. Day One
Saturday, July 9th, 10am-5pm
Sunday, July 16th, 11am-5:30pm
Beginning Screenprinting Bindfast 5
$100 members / $150 nonmembers Register online at iprc.org
3 classes 1 weekend
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LEFT BRAIn/RIGHT Brain: ILLUSTRATION FOR THE NON ARTIST Have you always wanted to incorporate pictures into your work without the use of appropriated images or clip art? You may not think of yourself as a visual artist but that doesn’t mean you can’t illustrate your own work. In this class Martha Grover of Somnambulist Zine will help non-artists who wants to illustrate their own stories and zines. The class will cover techniques, tricks and shortcuts designed to quickly tap into your right brain’s capacity for visual and spatial relationships. We will also cover the relationship between text and image and what to keep in mind when crafting our stories. In addition, we will discuss the use of other types of images like maps, graphs and personal photographs. Instructor: Martha Grover Saturday, June 22, 11am-2pm $15 for members / $25 for nonmembers Register online at www.iprc.org
INTRO TO Letterpress Learn to set moveable lead type and print on a table-top hand press in the IPRC print shop. You’ll learn the vocabulary of printing and typesetting while getting a feel for this beautiful and historical process. Leave the class with a printed card and the satisfaction that comes with using 100-year-old equipment! Successful completion of this one-day class allows IPRC members access to open studio print hours so you can keep on printing! Instructors: Michael D’Alessandro, Caitlin Harris, Becca Taplin, and Chloe Fields. Saturday, June 8, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, July 13, 11am - 5pm Saturday, July 27, 11am - 5pm $70 members only Register online at iprc.org
Happy Hour Calligraphy Delve into Pointed Pen. Beginning and continuing students welcome. No prerequisite. Good hand skills recommended. 6 to 8pm Fridays, 8 weeks beginning July 12th Instructor: Marilyn Zornado Friday, July 12, 6-8pm Friday, July 19, 6-8pm Friday, July 26, 6-8pm Friday, Aug 2, 6-8pm
Friday, Aug 9, 6-8pm Friday, Aug 16, 6-8pm Friday, Aug 23, 6-8pm Friday, Aug 30, 6-8pm
$125 new students / $70 continuting students Register online at iprc.org June - July 2013 15
Beginning Screenprinting In this one-day class, students will learn the basics of screenprinting; tools and materials will be covered, as well as techniques ranging from pre-press, exposing an emulsion-coated screen, all the way through screen reclamation. Students will be able to print a one-color design of their choice, and should come to class with a black and white image smaller than 8.5˝ x 11˝. After taking the IPRC screenprint class, students will have access to the IPRC screenprint studio during open studio hours. All materials are provided. Instructor: John Isaacson Thursday, June 20, 7pm-10pm Wednesday, July 31, 7pm-10pm $50 members only Register online at iprc.org
Graphic design camp! Plunge in to the world of layout and design with this valuepacked series of classes featuring Mac CS6 power! We are offering Beginning InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Advanced InDesign with eBooks for an $80 value.
July 9th 7-9pm
July 16th 7-9pm
July 23rd 7-9pm
July 30th 7-9pm
Advanced InDesign and eBooks
$65 members / $125 nonmembers Register online at iprc.org
4 classes 4 Sunda ys $65!
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Websites 101 Open to anyone interested in learning how to build and promote an attractive portfolio website using free services that already exist on the web. The class will explore basic web concepts such as html, CSS and blogging, plus provide tips on how to get people interested in visiting your new web home. Instructor: Taryn Cowart Tuesday, June 25, 7pm-9pm $25 members / $40 nonmembers Register online at iprc.org
Beginning illustrator Learn the basics of making a face for your projects! Illustrator is the best program to design covers for your books or records, posters and flyers for your event or project, the basic look of your web-page, or packaging for the things you make. Come to class with a project in mind and learn how to utilize this program to help you make the most of your ideas. Instructor: Andrew Barton Tuesday, June 11, 7-9pm $30 members / $45 nonmembers Register online at www.pcc.edu/nc
advanced indesign: e-pub Take your InDesign knowledge to the next level with this workshop. Improve your workflow with time- and sanity-saving techniques like multiple master pages, nested character and paragraph styles, advanced typesetting skills, pre-press, and more. We’ll also introduce InDesign CS6’s powerful new e-book publishing tools, which make it possible to convert your print zine or book into the flexible ePub format easily and efficiently. Some experience with InDesign required. Instructor: François Vigneault Sunday, June 2 7-9pm $30 for members / $45 for nonmembers
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CRAFTING THE EXPERIMENTAL ESSAY WITH CHLOE CALDWELL There is not one right way to write an essay, and in this course, students will bend the genre of nonfiction by playing with an array of essay forms such as lyric and personal. We will discuss and practice taking events from our lives and whittling them into inventive and dynamic nonfiction. Students will be given a box of tools that will be invaluable to their craft and leave palpably excited about creating narratives out their lives. Saturday, June 1, 12-2 pm $15 members/$25 nonmembers Register online at iprc.org
travel writing 101 Have you returned from a trip with stories to tell? Are you planning to bring your notebook on your next journey? Taught by Bill Donahue, a journalist who has reported stories in over 20 countries for magazines ranging from Wired to The Atlantic, this class will help you to turn your travel adventures into cogent narratives. We will look at seminal works of travel journalism and the basics of character and scene development, and also discuss studentsâ€™ story ideas and manuscripts. Instructor: Bill Donahue Tuesday, June 4, 7-9pm $15 for members / $25 for nonmembers Register online at www.iprc.org 20â€ƒ www.iprc.org
Bindfast 5 The Bind-Fast 5 is the IPRC’s exciting bookbinding machine. Using the Bind-Fast 5, you can bind as many as 30 softcover books or zines per hour. Completion of this workshop authorizes IPRC members to use the Bind-Fast during supervised binding hours, so you can take your publishing projects to the next level. Instructor: BT Livermore Thursday, July 18, 7pm - 9pm $45 members only Register online at iprc.org
book arts 101 In this class students will learn the basics of bookbinding. This class is great for both those who wish to pursue binding their own books and for those who want to hire a bookbinder to bind a project for them. We’ll talk about paper grain, various adhesives, and different papers and their suitability for a range of projects. Students will complete at least three binding structures and will learn some variations on these structures. Examples of numerous binding structures will help inspire your own work. Instructor: Alisa Walton Thursdays, June 13, 20, 27, 7-9pm $50 for members / $75 for nonmembers Register online at www.iprc.org June - July 2013 21
Teen Zine Making Join a veteran zinester in learning the How, What and Why of zines. The class will also include creating your very own zine. A zine is an independent publication made for passion and not for profit. This class is in collaboration with PCC Community Ed. All students in the class will be invited to table at the 13th Annual Portland Zine Symposium Instructor: A.M. Oâ€™Malley July 30, 1-2:50pm Aug 1, 1-2:50pm Aug 6, 1-2:50pm Aug 8, 1-2:50pm Register online at: www.pcc.edu/community/teen/classes.html#arts
Screenprinting for kids Learn various techniques for beginning screenprinting. Create your very own screen and begin printing! First timers welcome. This class is geared towards kids aged 10 to 15. Instructor: John Isaacson Friday, June 2, 2pm $50 for members & nonmembers Register online at www.iprc.org
KIDS COMIC CLASS In this workshop we will design characters and take them on an adventure in comics! We will develop the characterâ€™s personalities and learn how to draw them from different angles, with different emotions. We will also design the world the characters live in and set obstacles for them. At the end, each student will have a nine-panel comic. Materials and snacks provided. Open to youth ages 10-17. Instructor: Blue Crow Sunday, June 23 2-4pm $5 for members / $15 for nonmembers Register online at www.iprc.org
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INstructors Michael D’Alessandro Letterpress,Posterpress, Binding Michael D’Alessandro is a writer, printer, small press publisher and editor. He edits the semiannual literary journal swap/concessions, and is the founder of Bedouin Books, which publishes emerging writers of fiction, non-fiction and poetry with a focus on hand bound books in letterpressed covers. He has been published in various journals and is the author of two books of poetry. He teaches at the IPRC and Marylhurst University Andrew Barton Illustrator, InDesign Andrew is a graduate of Bennington College, where he focused on “book arts.” He is co-founder of Open Face Records, a collective of musicians and visual artists spread out around the country. B.T. Livermore Bindfast, Hand Lettering, Screenprinting B.T. is a freelance illustrator, printmaker, and self-published comics artist. His illustrations appear regularly in the Portland Mercury and his comic series The 24 www.iprc.org
Life and Time of Baby Otto Zeplin, as well as his other books, are always available at Reading Frenzy. Chloe Fields Letterpress Chloe letterpresses prints, writes, and designs in an orange knit sweater. Taryn Cowart Websites 101, Photoshop Taryn is a graphic designer, photographer, and Southerner. She works at Pinball Publishing. Sarah Mirk Zines 101 Sarah Mirk is a writer and editor interested in comics, gender, history, and other people. François Vigneault InDesign, Fancy Finishing François is a cartoonist, publisher, and student living in SE Portland. He is part of the publishers collective Press Gang, and shares studio space in the IPRC. Blue Crow Comics for Kids Blue edits Stumptown Underground and helps coordinate the Portland Zine Symposium.
INstructors Marilyn Zornado Calligraphy Marilyn is a former board member of the IPRC and also teaches at the OCAC and AI in Portland. John Isaacson Screenprinting John grew up in Goleta, California where he started making zines, t-shirts, and music. He has lived in Ireland, Peru, Chile, and China. He makes comics and posters and teaches art, screen-printing, and comics through Writers In The Schools, Em Space Book Arts Center and the IPRC.
Chloe Caldwell Crafting the Experimental Essay Chloe is the author of the essay collection, Legs Get Led Astray (Future Tense Books, April 2012) and the e-book The New Age Camp (Thought Catalog, 2012). She is the founder and curator of the Hudson River Loft Reading Series and has taught Creative Writing workshops at Omega Teen Camp, The Hudson Opera House, and Crow Arts Manor. Chloe lives in Portland, Oregon.
Califia Suntree Editing 101 Califia has been wielding the red pen since the early â€˜90s, when she copyedited her high school newspaper. As a grown-up, she worked as an editor at HarperCollins, managing editor of start-up magazine 02138, and copy chief of several other start-up publications in New York. She is currently copy chief of Worth magazine and a freelance copyeditor at Wieden+Kennedy.
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The IPRC is staffed mainly by a team of dedicated volunteers. You should meet them, they’re good people. James helps curate the Spare Room Reading Series, edits c_L books, and eats homemade pizza.
Blue edits Stumptown Underground and helps coordinate the Portland Zine Symposium.
Gabby likes to knit, draw comics, and listen to metal all at the same time.
Patrick has been volunteering at the IPRC since 2006.
Lia teaches 8th grade science and writes the zine, The People I Love Best. Andrew makes prints & zines, designs books, plays music (advrb. bandcamp.com) Michael runs the small press Perfect Day Publishing. Corin graduated from the Comics Certificate Program and is our IT specialist. Phillip is a typography encyclopedia and letterpress shop steward. Fiona is a comics student in our certificate program and screenprinting superviser.
Rocks has a vegan food wagon called Tandem Treats. Morgan works at Powell’s Books. Melissa & Caitlin & Chloe & Becca are all letterpress supervisors. Nathan plays music as Purrbot and makes zines. Kathleen likes double sided booklet printing, holographic stickers, and bike rides. Andy has worked as a book seller, custodian, assembly line worker, editor, sailor, gas station attendant, landscaper, writer, pear picker, etc, but hopes to retire into full-on slackerdom. Lillie is also known as Mrs. Asher Zebadiah Craw. She enjoys being a skaldic poet, dog mom, and comics wife. She spends her free
If you would like to volunteer time or skills at the IPRC, contact Michael at email@example.com. time in the Glitterverse with Party Twink, the cute queer deer who is the subject of her poetry. Séamus is an American comic artist born and raised in Chicago, IL. His favorite band is Rush. Brian S. is many things as we all are—he pays rent as a book designer.
NEW STAFF VOLUNTEERS! A.J, Alyssa, Asher, Becca, Ben, Brian B., Cara, Craig, Jeff, Kerry, Laura, Liza, Molly, Paul, Stacey, Stacia, Stephanie, Steve, Suzette, Taylor, Tricia, and Erin.
Jenni is a super secretary and student of the English literature. Alain lives by the phrases ‘Forgiveness is the release of all hope for a better past’ and ‘Let Love Rule’. He is a tower of resources. Reid draws comics, makes coffee and pets dogs. Brooks can often be found strolling Portland neighborhoods, making things with her hands, and collecting Japanese stationery. Tricia is a design student who loves orange cats & bad doodles. June - July 2013 27
4 Travel Writing 101 7-9pm
2 Beginning Screeprinting for Kids 2pm
Advanced InDesign 7-9pm
7 First Friday 6pm
8 Intro to Letterpress 11-5pm
1 Crafting the Experimental Essay 12-2pm
Meet regularly with Comics & Coffee: like minded publishers! 2nd Sundays, 5â€“8PM New groups welcome!
23 Kids Comic Class 2-4pm
30 Summer Print Camp 11-5
25 Websites 101 7-9pm
18 Bike-In Movie: RAD! 8pm
11 Beginning Illustrator 7-9pm
26 IPRC Certificate Program Info Session 7-8:30pm
19 Burnside Review 9.1 Reading 7:30-9:30pm
27 Book Arts 101 7-9pm
Beginning Screeprinting 7-10pm
20 Book Arts 101 7-9pm
Tradition reading and book launch 7pm
13 Book Arts 101 7-9pm
29 Summer Print Camp 11-5
22 Left Brain/ Right Brain 11am-2pm
15th Birthday Bash 7pm
15 Comics & Zine Reading by Bike 5:15-7:15pm
9 Graphic Design Camp 7-9pm
12 Happy Hour Calligraphy 6-8pm
13 Intro to Letterpress 11-5
Meet regularly with Comics & Coffee: like minded publishers! 2nd Sundays, 5â€“8PM New groups welcome!
28 Book Release with Rashida Young 7:30pm Graphic Design Camp 7-9pm
30 Teen Zine Making 1-2:50
23 Graphic Design Camp 7-9pm
16 Graphic Design Camp 7-9pm
31 Beginning Screeprinting 7-10pm
18 Bindfast 5 7-9pm
26 Happy Hour Calligraphy 6-8pm
19 Happy Hour Calligraphy 6-8pm
27 Intro to Letterpress 11-5pm
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Workshops & Memberships
You may register for workshops online or in person at the IPRC. Full payment for the class must be received at the time of registration.
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Bring any material fees when you attend your workshop.
You may cancel your reservation within 7 days of a workshop for a full refund.
If a workshop is canceled because of lack of enrollment, you’ll receive a 100% refund.
Members receive first listed price in course descriptions. Youth (8 – 18) receive member price for any non-youth workshops. Please contact with questions regarding age appropriateness.
PRIN & BIN T HOUR D S
LETTERPRESS Sunday 2 - 8pm Monday 5 - 8pm Thursday 6 - 9pm
SCREEN PRINTING Sunday 4 - 7pm Tuesday 7 - 9:30pm Wednesday 6 - 9pm BOOK BINDING Sunday 4 - 7pm Tuesday 7 - 9pm Friday 4 - 7pm Thursday 6 - 9pm
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