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Intro to Letterpress: Two Day Workshop

Day 1: Typesetting Essentials Day 2: Printing Essentials Learn to set moveable type and print on table top and poster presses in the IPRC print shop. You’ll learn the vocabulary of printing and typesetting while getting a feel for this beautiful and historic process. Gain access to IPRCs collection of over 150 fonts of lead and wood type. Leave the class with a printed card and the satisfaction that comes with using 100 year old equipment! Successful completion of this 1 day class grants IPRC Studio Members access to open studio print hours so you can keep on printing. Nonmembers and Basic Members receive one trial month of Studio Membership after completion of the course. 2 Day Workshop Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 2…

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Collage Night

Join us for the return of Collage Night, on the second Tuesday of the month. Glue sticks, scissors and collage materials will be provided. Free and open to the public.

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Comics and Zines for Middle Schoolers

9am-12pm (Breakfast and snacks provided) What better place to learn about comics and zines than the region’s largest Zine Library? Using the library as inspiration, youth will have workshops in character development, layout, lettering, inking & coloring, and risograph printing. They will produce several original comics and zines by the end of the week. Space for 12 youth – aged 11-14; $200/week (partial and full scholarships available – email showtell@iprc.org) [Note: This class goes until the 16th]

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Intro to Risograph Printing

In this 4-hour introductory course, participants will learn the basics of risograph (riso) printing and will leave with an understanding of how to use this print technology to create zines, fliers, posters, or other printed matter. While this technology is not new, riso printing has recently become one of the most exciting developments in independent printing and publishing because of its cost-effectiveness for print runs between 25 and 1,000. Workshop participants will learn how to best maximize the many quirks of riso printing to achieve striking results. Participants are also encouraged to bring files of artwork that they’d like to print (files should be 100% grayscale, letter or tabloid size). For more information on riso printing and the modern riso resurgence, check out the riso wiki.…

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Submission Deadline: IPRC Certificate Program Application

[From the IPRC’s application website, see the website for the application link as well.] Program Costs The cost of the 2019/2020 program is $850 per semester and includes access to: All Workshops in your track All Lectures in your track Advisors in your genre A Two-Year Membership to the IPRC Community Resource Discounts Instruction in Letterpress, Risograph & Screenprinting Instruction in Graphic Design & Book Arts Professional Development Lectures Dates & Times The 2019/2020 Certificate Program officially begins with an orientation on September 7th & 8th The Fall Semester runs from the week of September 8th through mid-December The Spring Semester runs mid-January through the beginning of May 2019 The Summer Semester (Comics only) runs late May through the end of July 2019. The 2019/2020…

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QTIPOC Draw Night

First Sundays of the month, 6:30-10pm ADA accessible, Free street parking available. Light snacks provided.

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Intro to Risograph Printing

Intro to Risograph Printing In this 4-hour introductory course, participants will learn the basics of risograph (riso) printing and will leave with an understanding of how to use this print technology to create zines, fliers, posters, or other printed matter. While this technology is not new, riso printing has recently become one of the most exciting developments in independent printing and publishing because of its cost-effectiveness for print runs between 25 and 1,000. Workshop participants will learn how to best maximize the many quirks of riso printing to achieve striking results. Participants are also encouraged to bring files of artwork that they’d like to print (files should be 100% grayscale, letter or tabloid size). For more information on riso printing and the modern riso resurgence,…

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Intro to Letterpress: Two Day Workshop

Day 1: Typesetting Essentials Day 2: Printing Essentials Learn to set moveable type and print on table top and poster presses in the IPRC print shop. You’ll learn the vocabulary of printing and typesetting while getting a feel for this beautiful and historic process. Gain access to IPRCs collection of over 150 fonts of lead and wood type. Leave the class with a printed card and the satisfaction that comes with using 100 year old equipment! Successful completion of this 1 day class grants IPRC Studio Members access to open studio print hours so you can keep on printing. Nonmembers and Basic Members receive one trial month of Studio Membership after completion of the course. 2 Day Workshop Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 2…

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Portland Zine Symposium

More details about the festival will be announced as we get closer to PZS! PZS is FREE, ALL AGES, ADA ACCESSIBLE and KID FRIENDLY. Exhibitor list and programming schedule will be released in June 2019. Facilitators of Panels and Workshops will be paid this year, thanks to a Multnomah County Cultural Coalition grant, funded by the Oregon Cultural Trust. Apply to lead programming by May 31st, the application is here.   ::::THANK YOU to our Sponsors:::: >>Multnomah County Cultural Coalition, founded by Oregon Cultural Trust >> PNCA Library >> PNCA Office of Diversity and Inclusion >> Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing Program at PNCA >> Collins Foundation The 19th Annual Portland Zine Symposium will be held at PNCA on Saturday July 20th and Sunday July…

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PZS Zine Scramble

Need time to finish your zines before PZS? Visiting town for the show and want to check out the IPRC? Come by and do all of your last minute printing, cutting, stapling, gluing, editing, and some friend-making too! The IPRC has graciously allowed us to hang out after hours for a whirlwind of pre-show zine-making and community-building. 7-11 pm, some snacks and drinks available by donation, feel free to bring your own provisions or snacks to share. $3-5 suggested donation [See the Facebook event as well]

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