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Zine Group Work with Marissa Perez

Community Event
Sunday Parkways invites you to work on finishing your zine in a group setting!

Work on finishing your zine in a group setting! Swap tips, talk about themes, get other people’s opinions on pieces of your zine, find inspiration from other people’s work, so many possibilities! This is an open time to make and be together (virtually). 

More about Marissa Perez: 

Marissa Perez (she/her) is a white Puerto Rican printmaker, comics maker, and youth worker who grew up in NE Portland. She makes comics about family traditions, snacks and dance moves. 

Suggested $20 donation for the workshop includes a finished copy of the Portland’s Got Talent Community Zine! Donations can be made at the IPRC website. Pay what you can, no one turned away for lack of funds. Additional zines available to purchase separately. Zine submission info below. 

Add your zine pages to the Portland’s Got Talent Community Zine!  

All submitted zine pages will be printed and assembled into the larger community zine at the IPRC. Zine pages should be 5'' x 8'' in size. Please send digital files in PDF format to eao@iprc.org. Don’t work digitally, or don’t have access to a scanner? We can help! Mail pages to the IPRC at 318 SE Main St. #155 Portland OR, 97214, and we’ll scan them for you.  

Final day to submit pages 9/20. Finished zines available for curbside pick up starting 10/7 at the IPRC.  

About the IPRC:  

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. More info at iprc.org and on instagram @iprc_pdx