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Zine 101 Workshop: Monuments We Need with Sarah Mirk

Community Event

Sunday Parkways invites you to a fun zine workshop with Sarah Mirk in this free digital event.

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In this virtual workshop, Portland zine maker Sarah Mirk will show examples of inspiring zines from around the world. We'll fold a zine together and each create our own short zine about monuments (like statues and plaques) that we think the city needs. No special writing or drawing skills required, this is an all-ages workshop for novices up for trying something new. 

Here is the Zine Template for class. 

This workshop is open to people of all ages. RSVP on the IPRC Facebook page. . $20 suggested donation can be made on the IPRC *donate* page. No one turned away for lack of funds.  

This workshop is part of our collab with @portlandsundayparkways and Kaiser Permanente to create a city wide community zine called Portland’s Got Talent! This is the second class in the Zine series.  

Note: We’re accepting zine page submissions until 9/30! Workshop participation not required. Pages can be emailed to eao@iprc.org or sent via snail mail to the IPRC to be scanned.  

Meet the Teacher – Sarah Mirk:  

Sarah Mirk is a graphic journalist, editor, and teacher.  She is also a zine-maker and illustrator whose comics have been featured in The Nib, The New Yorker, Bitch, and NPR. 

To see more of Sarah Mirk’s work, visit her website: https://www.mirkwork.com/year-of-zines 

More about Independent Publishing Resource Center:  

The Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) is a Portland-based nonprofit that provides affordable access to space, tools, and resources for creating independently published media and artwork, building community and identity through maling. Over 22 years, we've served 35,000 community members, providing resources to create chapbooks, art, prints, and zines. We provide workshops in generative writing, letterpress, risograph, screen printing, graphic design, book binding, and calligraphy. We believe that healthy communities create together and that access to art-making is critical to well-being. The vision of a more inclusive and vibrant Portland arts ecosystem is what we strive to contribute to.  

IPRC Can be reached at:   

  • Facebook: @ IPRCPDX  

  • Twitter: @ iprc  

  • Instagram: @ iprc_pdx  

This free event is brought to you by #SundayParkwaysatHome, presented by Kaiser Permanente.     

Join us live on the Sunday Parkways Facebook page