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Learn Make Share: Comb Binding

Register here *This workshop is scheduled to be in-person in the Main Studio Space at the IPRC: Masks & Proof of Vaccination Required 318 SE Main St. Ste. 155 Portland OR 97214 Learn Make Share: Comb Binding In this Learn Make Share workshop, members will learn how to use the comb binder in the IPRC’s Publishing Tool Library. Participants will come away with a spiral bound notebook, info about where to source binding materials, and the know-how to make their own comb-bound projects. Our Learn, Make, Share series offers introductory, hands-on demos on a variety of the tools in our Print & Publishing Tool Library including our button makers, spiral and coil binders, stack cutters, staplers and photocopiers. These hour-long skill-shares are designed to introduce new…

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Summer Series: Recycled Paper Making

Recycled Paper Making Register here Instructor: Jenn Woodward of Pulp + Deckle This workshop is in person: Masks / Proof of Vaccination Required Capacity: 8 Sliding scale $10-55 2 no-cost spots available; BIPOC & 2S prioritized Sunday, June 26th 10:30-12:30 Want to learn how to make your own paper for art, books, or other fun projects? In this course we will focus on simple papermaking that you can do at home using an ordinary kitchen blender, picture frames, knitting hoops, and recycled paper- like test prints and junkmail. We’ll also use cookie cutters and stencils, try out some embedding/inclusions, and learn different drying techniques. Students are encouraged to bring dried plants, seeds, yarn and thread if they would like to add it to their paper.…

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Zine-Making Workshop with Skate Like a Girl

MAKE A ZINE AT THE IPRC: In this two hour workshop, participants will learn about zines, and make a collaborative zine from start to finish: from content creation, to printing, assembling, and binding. This workshop provides a space for our women, trans, non-binary and/or gender non-conforming community to express themselves through the art of zine-making! Ages 16+ Register now: https://www.skatelikeagirl.com

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Mark Schorr Book Signing!

Mark Schorr Book Signing Saturday, June 25, 1 to 2 pm Please drop by on Saturday, June 25, between 1 and 2 pm to meet Portland author Mark Schorr and get a signed copy of his latest book–his 12th!– The Master Mind. When geeky Tom Lord tries to stop an attempted assault, he is in over his head. He’s getting beatdown until he is saved with ease by the near victim’s sister, Diana Wynne. Impressed by each other’s bravery and different skill sets, the two become an awkward couple.Wynne is intrigued but nervous about her new friend’s paranoid claims that he has ESP and a monomaniacal researcher has been pursuing him for decades. But after a brutal attempted kidnapping, she realizes that Lord’s life is…

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EAST SIDE MAKERS SHOWCASE

June 25, 2022, Martha’s Curiosity Shop and RACC present: Free workshops taught by local artisans in skateboard art and design, fiber arts, zines, collaborative painting, and printmaking Portland, Ore. — June 2, 2022 — Martha’s Curiosity Shop and the Regional Arts and Culture Council present an all-ages (13-150) free event for the east Portland and Troutdale communities. June 25, 2022 from 12:30 to 5:30 PM local artisans in fiber arts, printmaking, skateboard art and design, collaborative painting, and zine making will present free workshops on a first-come, first-served basis. Arrive by 12:30 to sign up. Workshops are capped at twenty participants each. The East Side Makers Showcase is the first event of its kind presented by Martha Grover and Martha’s Curiosity Shop and aims at…

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June Virtual Collage Night

Collage Night returns virtually for the 1st Sunday of the month, 5-6pm. The first 40 mins or so will be open collage with occasional prompts, followed by a show & tell. Register here and we’ll send a zoom link the day of the event.

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Cut Paste Fold: A Zine Show

Curated by: A’misa Chiu, Jakelen Diaz, Nat Turner Project, Small Axe Projects Proof of Vaccination + Masks required Opening reception: 4-6pm Curators talk at 5pm

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Intro to InDesign

In this in-person Intro InDesign workshop, learn the basics of setting up a zine in InDesign. InDesign is a staple for book designers, zinesters and anyone looking to take their zines, chapbooks and publications to the next level. This guided tutorial will give participants an overview of some of InDesign’s most useful features and functions. Taught by Anthony Wylen $20-40 sliding scale. Register HERE.

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Tech Support Group

This workshop will take place on zoom. Register here. In this four-part workshop meets peer support group, participants will gather to cultivate community and creative consciousness around the complex presence that smartphones have in our lives. Each meeting will include space for sharing, inquiring, exploring creative prompts and developing ideas for a cumulative collaborative Tech Support zine. The zine may include drawings, writings, poems, prompts, experiments, photos, etc which reflect the unique experiences participants have with their phones. Participants can expect weekly email offerings with questions, prompts and themes to support their processes, to be used if desired. About the facilitator: Erika Dedini (she/her) holds a Bachelor of Science in Art Practices from Portland State University. She has completed a two-year training program in mindful somatic therapy from Mindful…

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