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Confronting Toxic Productivity

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In this iteration of their extremely popular training Toxic Productivity and the Creative Cycle, Marina Martinez-Bateman is bringing healing from toxic productivity into the workplace.

A Zine Workshop For You and Your Art Buddy 

New exercises, new skills, and new outcomes tailored to toxic productivity in the working world. If you are an employee, a freelancer or in a leadership position, Avoid Toxic Productivity and Revolutionize Your Workflow will help you achieve your professional goals without sacrificing your life and values. 

This workshop was designed and born on Zoom and utilizes all of the advantages of a digital platform to maximize participant experience. This is a highly interactive training where the agenda is determined by the attendees making every training highly personalized. Participants can choose their level of engagement and even use Zoom private messaging to ask anonymous questions in an otherwise public venue. 

By the end of the workshop, participants will have a start on their own journey away from toxic productivity, as well as several tools and prompts to help them change their working habits and outlooks. Take the next step on reclaiming your life from the toxic systems and get your ticket today. Workshops are limited to 20 participants for maximum engagement. 

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 Learn about Marina at: marinaforhire.com

This Sunday Parkways and IPRC Zine workshop will take place on Monday at 2 pm. To join the live class on Monday, August 25th, go to our Sunday Parkways Facebook page or join directly through zoom.  Click here to join by zoom

Materials Needed: Paper and pen for note taking Contact info@iprc.org at least a week ahead of the workshop if you need some supplies.

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.