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Show:Tell High School Creative Writing & 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.   High School Creative Writing & Print Monday, June 14th – Thursday, June 17th 3 – 5:30pm Registration form here Explore your individual voice & express yourself, with this camp that pairs creative writing, printmaking and…

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InDesign: Zine Layout

In this 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 $10 Register here and zoom link will be sent on the day of the workshop.

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Let’s Make a Zine! A Riso Zine Making Workshop with 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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Collage Sketchbook

*IPRC Workshops will be held on Zoom PST through Summer 2021 Register here $18-45 sliding scale Taught by Hope Amico this workshop will explore tips and tricks for using collage as a quick and fun way to generate ideas, make visual notes and enhance your creative practice. Each participant will receive a kit of collage materials for the purpose for the workshop. Other necessary materials: Journal or loose pages of drawing paper Scissors Gluestick Clear tape Assorted papers Optional: Xacto blade Other adhesive

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Collecting & Art Making

IPRC Workshops will be held on zoom, PST through Summer 2021 Register here and zoom link will be sent on the day of the event Over the course of 6 weeks, this experimental concept studio class will demonstrate different ways to assemble, collect and identify aspects from the everyday as material for creating visual and written narratives. This class will explore chance and choice, collaboration, materiality, site specificity, and the symbolism of objects as themes to creating with different media. Class capacity: 20 Instructor: Elizabeth Arzani Workshop Fee: $75-150 sliding scale Materials: Below is a basic list of materials and tools that will be needed in class. Additional materials may vary dependent on each student’s desires and needs. Materials, tools and techniques will be discussed…

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Open Hours Printing!

Come in and print in person with one of our knowledgable studio assistants! OPEN HOURS printing is a collaborative in-person way for you to print your risograph projects with us! You bring your files, your paper (or you can purchase from our selection here—we’ve got a ton of different papers), and your questions and chat with our staff to bring your print projects to life. You can be as hands-on or hands-off with the process during your appointment as you like. Before signing up, we ask that anyone utilizing open hours printing take our Riso Basics workshop (either in-person or online). If you already have experience riso printing that’s great too! We just ask that you don’t sign up if you’re new to risograph or…

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Bookarts: Stab Stitch & Variations

All IPRC workshops through Summer 2021 will be held via Zoom, PST Register here $25-55 sliding scale 3 no-cost spots available; BIPOC prioritized; reach out to hquinn@iprc.org to inquire Bookarts Workshop: Stab Stitch & Variations In this introductory book arts workshop, participants will come away equipped with a basic understanding of the tools required for bookbinding, and will learn how to bind books through Japanese stab binding. This non-adhesive binding makes gorgeous decorative patterns on the spine of the book. We’ll go over several different styles and techniques, and you’ll leave class with 3-4 notebooks handmade by you! Paper materials provided. Beginners welcome. Instructor: Isabel Diana Class capacity: 10 Class meeting: Sunday, June 6th, 12-2pm PST $25-55 sliding scale 3 no-cost spots available; BIPOC prioritized;…

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Virtual Risograph Basics!

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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This House of Mine Zine

Hello PDX, This House of Mine is excited to announce that a second edition of the zine has been funded by the Regional Arts and Culture Council! The theme for this edition is ‘our emotional connection to our physical body’. We are holding virtual workshops in June and July where contributors are encouraged to share experiences related to the theme and are then invited to make a submission. For information about how to sign up for a workshop, how to submit your work, or anything else, head to www.houseofminezine.com. You can also email us @ houseofminezine@gmail.com.

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Open Hours Printing!

Come in and print in person with one of our knowledgable studio assistants! OPEN HOURS printing is a collaborative in-person way for you to print your risograph projects with us! You bring your files, your paper (or you can purchase from our selection here—we’ve got a ton of different papers), and your questions and chat with our staff to bring your print projects to life. You can be as hands-on or hands-off with the process during your appointment as you like. Before signing up, we ask that anyone utilizing open hours printing take our Riso Basics workshop (either in-person or online). If you already have experience riso printing that’s great too! We just ask that you don’t sign up if you’re new to risograph or…

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