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Workshop: Hot Off the Press: Traditional Printing and Food Connections with Daniela del Mar/Letra Chueca Press (3 weeks)

Group Size: 12 | Leader: Daniela Del Mar What do kitchens and print shops have in common? In this dynamic workshop, students will use the vehicle of letterpress printing to explore personal connections to food and food traditions. We will learn the fundamentals of analog design and the importance of book arts in a digital age, then print our own designs incorporating pressroom materials – lead type, wood type and ornaments- with personal experiences. This workshop will include some short readings, regular group discussions, and creative lab time in a COVID-adapted letterpress print shop located in the Cully Neighborhood. By the end of this series, students will have learned traditional methods of putting ink on paper and created a collective edition of vibrant letterpress prints…

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Show:Tell Middle Grades Print Camp

This summer we’re partnering with Alder Commons on after school camps that will take place rain or shine in their ample and dynamic outside spaces! Check out the offerings and dates for camp below. Sliding scale and no-cost spots available. Reach out to showtell@iprc.org to inquire. Safety Considerations: We’ll be limiting enrollment to 10 campers per session, and doing all of our learning and making in outside spaces, and we will be practicing social distancing. We ask that campers bring masks. For more information about IPRC Youth Summer Camps, please email Alley Pezanoski-Browne at showtell@iprc.org. Middle Grades Print Tuesday, June 1st – Thursday June 3rd 3 – 5:30pm Registration form here Get ready to print the world in this exploratory print-making workshop with printmakers and visual artists Marissa Perez and Daniela…

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Environmentally Sustainable Creative Practices: An Online Panel

IPRC Events will be held on Zoom through Summer 2021 Register here Join us in celebrating Earth Day by learning from ecologically-focused visual artists and organizations. Learn about materials and actions that can connect your creative practice more deeply to the land and environment, and how artists contribute to movements for change. Panelists: Daniela del Mar Artist & Communication Coordinator, Bark Ka’ila Farrell-Smith Artist & Director of Rural and Tribal Communities, Signal Fire Amarette Gregor Jeweler & Sculptor Grace Mervin Designer & Printmaker, IPRC Chelsea Heffner Founder, Wildcraft Studio Tickets: $5-10 suggested donation. All attendees will be entered into a raffle to win items and gift certificates from Blick Portland, SCRAP, Wildcraft Studio, and the IPRC. Register here Presented by the IPRC with Earth Day…

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