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Start Where You Are

IPRC Workshops will be held on Zoom, PST through Summer 2021 Register here and zoom link will be sent on the day of the workshop Course Description: This workshop will explore concepts of chance and choice by starting where you are and using everyday materials and tools in new and unexpected ways. We will combine collections of recycled things like old mail, magazines, packaging materials, and other ephemera with material and marks made by hand. Experimenting with different ways to layer color and create texture through drawing and painting on paper or various substrates that can be cut, cropped, rotated and reassembled in different variations. Class capacity: 20 Instructor: Elizabeth Arzani Sliding Scale $15-25 5 spots available at no-cost; BIPOC prioritized; reach out to hquinn@iprc.org…

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VIRTUAL Risograph Basics with Outlet!

Welcome to our Risograph Basics course: a printing, collage, experimentation, and mark making extravaganza! Get to know Outlet and our RISO sisters (Barbara, Janet, Corita, and Tina) and learn the basics of this fun and unique print method with Kate Bingaman-Burt! This workshop is a great place to start if you’re new to riso, or if you’d like a refresher! We’ll take a deep dive into risograph history, an overview of how these machines work, the stencil-duplicator process, and the quirks and fun (sometimes unpredictable) outcomes of riso printing. The main focus of this class is EXPERIMENTATION. We’ll share print and zine inspiration, favorite mark making tools and how to use them for riso, and we’ll walk through a print demo on two of our…

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Tech Support: A Zine Workshop & Peer Support Group for Phone Users

In this four-part zine workshop meets peer support group, we will gather with the intention to cultivate both community and creative consciousness around the complex presence that smartphones have in our lives. Each meeting will include space for sharing, followed by conversation to develop ideas for a cumulative collaborative Tech Support zine. The zine may include drawings, writings, poems, prompts, experiments, photos, etc which reflect the unique relationships and experiences that we have with our phones. Participants can expect weekly email offerings with questions, prompts and themes to support their processes, to be used if desired. Facilitated by Erika Dedini Meets Mondays Biweekly Mar. 8th – Apr. 19th $15-25 Sliding Scale; cost reflects all four class sessions Register here Zoom link will be sent the first day of…

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Let’s Make a Zine! A Riso Zine Making Class w/ Kate Bingaman-Burt

It’s zine making time! Dive into all things zine with Outlet and zine queen Kate Bingaman-Burt! In this virtual workshop we’ll explore zine history, types of zines, talk about where to find zines, how to share them, and experiment with different zine formats (including the versatile and ubiquitous one page zine)—also we’ll spend some time actually sort of DEFINING what a zine is for those who are new to this amazing medium for sharing ideas and knowledge! Kate will give tons of prompts, tips, and inspiration to take those ideas and turn them into a tangible lovely THING. Depending on the workshop ticket tier you choose, this class culminates in making a collaborative zine that is riso printed and mailed to you! Supplies Needed A…

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We Protect Us: A Sign Making Event

[From IPRC’s Newsletter:] We’re horrified and grief-stricken by the racist and misogynistic murders in Atlanta this week, and also by the escalating violence against AAPI community members in the past year. We commit to support and fight alongside our AAPI neighbors and colleagues, and once again denounce white supremacy. We know that this racialized, gendered, and xenophobic hatred & violence has a long history both in our state and in our country, and that it disproportionately affects communities made vulnerable by oppressive, colonialist, and classist policies worldwide. We stand with elders, sex workers, immigrants, and Asian Americans. It’s not enough to speak up only when a tragedy occurs, and we take this moment to deepen in our resolve to build solid relationships on the foundations…

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IPRC: Tech Support: A Zine Workshop & Peer Support Group for Phone Users

In this four-part zine workshop meets peer support group, we will gather with the intention to cultivate both community and creative consciousness around the complex presence that smartphones have in our lives. Each meeting will include space for sharing, followed by conversation to develop ideas for a cumulative collaborative Tech Support zine. The zine may include drawings, writings, poems, prompts, experiments, photos, etc which reflect the unique relationships and experiences that we have with our phones. Participants can expect weekly email offerings with questions, prompts and themes to support their processes, to be used if desired. Facilitated by Erika Dedini Meets Mondays Biweekly Mar. 8th – Apr. 19th $15-25 Sliding Scale; cost reflects all four class sessions Register here Zoom link will be sent the first day of…

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VIRTUAL Risograph Basics with Outlet!

About the Workshop Welcome to our Risograph Basics course: a printing, collage, experimentation, and mark making extravaganza! Get to know Outlet and our RISO sisters (Barbara, Janet, Corita, and Tina) and learn the basics of this fun and unique print method with Kate Bingaman-Burt! This workshop is a great place to start if you’re new to riso, or if you’d like a refresher! We’ll take a deep dive into risograph history, an overview of how these machines work, the stencil-duplicator process, and the quirks and fun (sometimes unpredictable) outcomes of riso printing. The main focus of this class is EXPERIMENTATION. We’ll share print and zine inspiration, favorite mark making tools and how to use them for riso, and we’ll walk through a print demo on…

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Things that have to do with fire: Artist talk and virtual walkthrough with Vo Vo

(Portland, OR) Fuller Rosen Gallery is pleased to present Things that have to do with fire, a solo show of new work by Portland-based artist Vo Vo. Their newest series of video, print and  large-scale textile banners focus on the social, racial and environmental upheaval during the summer of 2020. Led by the ideals of Black Lives Matter, Antifa and their own background as a radical educator, Vo’s solo show investigates the multitudes of activism and is a call for social justice and global solidarity. Come with curiosity. Approach with openness. Opening weekend February 18 – 21, 12-5 pm. Artist talk and virtual walkthrough with Vo Vo March 13, 5-6pm. Zoom Link + Information https://portlandcc.zoom.us/j/95962382201?pwd=RWNjN3ZoRUlBWWFWdmNDRXl3MXRhQT09 Time: Mar 13, 2021 5-6PM Pacific Time Meeting ID: 959…

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Outlet: Let’s Make a Zine! A Riso Zine Making Class w/ Kate Bingaman-Burt

About the Workshop It’s zine making time! Dive into all things zine with Outlet and zine queen Kate Bingaman-Burt! In this virtual workshop we’ll explore zine history, types of zines, talk about where to find zines, how to share them, and experiment with different zine formats (including the versatile and ubiquitous one page zine)—also we’ll spend some time actually sort of DEFINING what a zine is for those who are new to this amazing medium for sharing ideas and knowledge! Kate will give tons of prompts, tips, and inspiration to take those ideas and turn them into a tangible lovely THING. Depending on the workshop ticket tier you choose, this class culminates in making a collaborative zine that is riso printed and mailed to you!…

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IPRC: March Collage Challenge

March’s Collage Challenge is to create a collage incorporating text. Tag the IPRC or join us Thursday, Mar. 11th for a virtual Show & Tell of your collage creations. Register here, and zoom link will be sent on the day of the event.

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