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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! IMPORTANT: Due to social distancing this class will be taught virtually via Zoom—more info on that below! About the Workshop: Want to learn what Risograph printing is? Want to meet others who do too? Join us to learn all about the basics of the Risograph in our two-color introduction workshop. The workshop will kick off with a Show & Tell of exactly what a Risograph can do with a printing demo, print and zine samples and a general exploration of how we can get the best results from this…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Elementary Art Club Extra Hangout

An extra hangout session on Fridays at 1pm for participants of Wednesdays’ Art Club! This is not a class, but Sue Pezanoski Browne will be facilitating. It is an opportunity for the kids to visit and make art with each other. The same Zoom code https://us04web.zoom.us/j/140942955 for both days. Sue has a list of fun projects listed at https://lafratneyart.blogspot.com and is asking students to tell us which projects they’d like to try together. Let us know in the comments of the FB event! Some supplies it’s good to have on hand: – old magazines – scissors – glue – plastic grocery bags – paper – pencils and pens for drawing – recycled cardboard boxes (cereal, crackers, etc.) – string/yarn – peeled crayons – watercolors If you’re…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Elementary Art Club

Zoom meetup link here Sue Pezanoski Browne will be hosting Elementary Art Club meet-ups to lead young artists and writers through activities you can do at home. Sue has a list of fun projects listed at https://lafratneyart.blogspot.com and is asking students to tell us which projects they’d like to try together. Let us know in the comments of the FB event! Some supplies it’s good to have on hand: – old magazines – scissors – glue – plastic grocery bags – paper – pencils and pens for drawing – recycled cardboard boxes (cereal, crackers, etc.) – string/yarn – peeled crayons – watercolors If you’re in need of any supplies & in Portland, an IPRC staff member can deliver them to you! Email info@iprc.org.

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Elementary Art Club Extra Hangout

An extra hangout session on Fridays at 1pm for participants of Wednesdays’ Art Club! This is not a class, but Sue Pezanoski Browne will be facilitating. It is an opportunity for the kids to visit and make art with each other. The same Zoom code https://us04web.zoom.us/j/140942955 for both days. Sue has a list of fun projects listed at https://lafratneyart.blogspot.com and is asking students to tell us which projects they’d like to try together. Let us know in the comments of the FB event! Some supplies it’s good to have on hand: – old magazines – scissors – glue – plastic grocery bags – paper – pencils and pens for drawing – recycled cardboard boxes (cereal, crackers, etc.) – string/yarn – peeled crayons – watercolors If you’re…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Elementary Art Club

Zoom meetup link here Sue Pezanoski Browne will be hosting Elementary Art Club meet-ups to lead young artists and writers through activities you can do at home. Sue has a list of fun projects listed at https://lafratneyart.blogspot.com and is asking students to tell us which projects they’d like to try together. Let us know in the comments of the FB event! Some supplies it’s good to have on hand: – old magazines – scissors – glue – plastic grocery bags – paper – pencils and pens for drawing – recycled cardboard boxes (cereal, crackers, etc.) – string/yarn – peeled crayons – watercolors If you’re in need of any supplies & in Portland, an IPRC staff member can deliver them to you! Email info@iprc.org.

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Embracing What Is

“Embracing What Is”, hosted by grace Mervin, is a three part workshop series that will deepen our understanding of our emotions, our selves, and our creativity for personal and collective healing. In the third workshop of the series, Moving Forward, we will use creative journaling, drawing prompts, and guided visualization to identify steps to help us navigate towards the futures we desire to create – personally and collectively. To register and receive a reminder email with Zoom link prior to class go here Zoom meetup link here $5-15 Suggested Donation: Venmo @endoplazmic

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Elementary Art Club Extra Hangout

An extra hangout session on Fridays at 1pm for participants of Wednesdays’ Art Club! This is not a class, but Sue Pezanoski Browne will be facilitating. It is an opportunity for the kids to visit and make art with each other. The same Zoom code https://us04web.zoom.us/j/140942955 for both days. Sue has a list of fun projects listed at https://lafratneyart.blogspot.com and is asking students to tell us which projects they’d like to try together. Let us know in the comments of the FB event! Some supplies it’s good to have on hand: – old magazines – scissors – glue – plastic grocery bags – paper – pencils and pens for drawing – recycled cardboard boxes (cereal, crackers, etc.) – string/yarn – peeled crayons – watercolors If you’re…

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Make a Self-Care Zine with Malaka Gharib

Join us for a virtual zine making workshop with comic artist Malaka Gharib. Bring your own pen and paper!  Share your work on social media with the hashtag #Quaranzine and tag the library @multcolib. Malaka Gharib is an editor and digital strategist at National Public Radio. Her first book, I Was Their American Dream, is a graphic memoir that focuses on her experience as a Filipino-Egyptian-American. In a starred review, Kirkus Reviews praised the book as “A heartwarming tribute to immigrant families and their descendants trying to live the American dream.” Join this event virtually. To call into this event, please dial +1-415-655-0001. Access code: 925 840 978

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Drawing Time

Zoom meeting link here Join Marissa and friends for an hour of drawing together! This week we’ll be doing still lifes. We’ll start with a check in drawing activity and do several short times drawings and a longer drawing. Set up your own scene to share or draw one that’s provided! Leave Marissa an artist tip via Paypal: marissabperez@gmail.com

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Virtual IPRC: Origami

Come and fold with an IPRC member/volunteer & origami instructor/author, Yuki Martin on Zoom! There is no need for you to have origami paper, as we will be folding out of letter size (8.5″x11″) paper instead. Yuki will show you a few fun, practical models, such as a picture frame, collapsible box, and notecard. All ages & skill levels are welcome. Materials needed: a few sheets of letter size (8.5″x11″) paper (copy paper would be sufficient), a cutting tool, a standard size photograph, postcard or index card (4″x6″) RSVP here

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