Independent Publishing Resource Center, 1001 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202, United States



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Past Events

Sunday, July 10, 2016 from 11am-5pm
The Portland Zine Symposium is a free 2-day zine conference and social covering all facets of zine making and DIY culture. This event has been held in Portland, Oregon every summer since 2001 and hosts over 150 tablers from around the world each year, as well as many free workshops, panels, and discussions. In addition to the panels we generally offer during the symposium, this year’s PZS has one full day dedicated just to skillshare and discussing issues near and dear to every zinesters heart, and we need your help! Ideas include but are not limited to: -Creating Indigenous community through zines panel discussion -Typewriter maintenance skillshare -Self-care through zines/zinemaking workshop -Zine librarian panel discussion -Witch zine panel discussion -How to start a zine distro workshop -Comix panel discussion -Zine Fest organizers discussion -QTPOC zinester panel discussion -Creating community through zines workshop -What is a Zine? skillshare -Queering disabilities with zines panel discussion -Cultural appropriation and accountability in zine culture panel discussion -Breaking gender normatives through zines panel discussion
Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 6-9pm
WRAP 10-year Anniversary Concert, featuring Mic Crenshaw Celebrate and support WRAP's 10 years of resisting criminalization of poor and homeless people, fighting for affordable housing and demanding civil rights for all people. Your support keeps us strong! How to purchase tickets: or email or call 503-860-9880 Featuring: Mic Crenshaw, World-class MC and Poet. His lyrics speak to daily life and to positive social change on personal and global levels. Musically, his songs cross genres, tapping Funk, Rap, R&B, Rock, Electronica. Presentation by Paul Boden, WRAP Founder and Executive Director Welcome by Monica Beemer and Ibrahim Mubarak, WRAP Board KBOO Community Radio will stream this event live, link to be found at homepage WRAP gallery, featuring WRAP’s powerful political artwork Table for more info and to purchase WRAP’s book, House Keys Not Handcuffs: Homeless Organizing, Art and Politics in San Francisco and Beyond. Light refreshments Beer and wine (by donation)