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Exploring Our Inner Monsters: A Zine Workshop

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A Zine Workshop For You and Your Art Buddy 

Often we talk about our interests and desires, but what if we took the time to discover our "inner monster." What does that monster eat and thrive off on? Ever wonder if someone else shares the same "monster"? Through guided writing prompts and dialogue, we will attempt to normalize our monsters and create from exploration. Each participant will make a mini zine by the end of the workshop.

IPRC sept.

 Learn about A'misa Chiu (she/they) is a zinester, librarian, and community organizer. A'misa has been organizing zine fests and making zines about Asian American identity, motherhood and family for more than a decade. She lives in outer East Portland, OR with an artist spouse and two kids.

This Sunday Parkways and IPRC Zine workshop will take place on Monday at 3 pm. To join the live class on Monday, August 23rd, go to our Sunday Parkways Facebook page or join directly through zoom.  Click here to join by zoom. 

Materials Needed: Bring yourself, a pen or pencil, some paper, collaging materials (an old magazine or two), scissors, glue stick or tape. If you need supplies, please contact info@iprc.org at least a week before the workshop.

The mission of the Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) is to provide affordable access to space, tools, and resources for creating independently published media and artwork, and to build community and identity through the creation of written and visual art.

More info at iprc.org

Instagram: @iprc_pdx, 

The Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) is excited to partner with Portland Sunday Parkways for 6 months of free & by-donation workshops that center around the theme of love and resilience. Join us for a series of virtual programs that explore our relationships with the places, communities, and people we love, and how a variety of different creative practices can help us develop strength & self-love, and have fun making! The 6 months will culminate in making a community zine! Each workshop will include inspiration to get you started, but whether you join us for them or not, we invite you to submit a page at any time during the project by emailing a digital copy to eao@iprc.org or mailing your work to 318 SE Main Street, Suite 155 Portland, OR 97214. ** The final submission deadline is September 30th, 2021. All participants will receive a digital and/or physical copy of the zine and will be invited to an online launch event in October. ** 

Missed the class?  Catch the video recording afterward.

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