Holst Architecture is sure to delight with a VR station, an interactive display of their Portland Winter Lights Festival installation, and a coloring station. There will also be tasty tacos, drinks, and ice cream!
Laura Allcorn is laughing with you. She’s the founder and lead researcher for the Institute For Comedic Inquiry (IFCI), where she creates interactive objects and performances that highlight absurdities through a technique she’s coined as Participatory Satire. It’s where humor meets behavioral science, and where the seriousness of current events is explored with a light touch.
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Portland In Color seeks to disrupt the homogeneity of representation in Portland arts and media by highlighting the voices and experiences of people of color. Their work is to promote the work of others, to ensure visibility into diverse creativity.
Seizure Palace’s old-school screen printing produces vibrant and tactile prints and posters. Visit this iconic shop to enjoy some art and beverages while learning the magic behind their process.
A cafe for everyone! Come for inspiration and leave with a belly full of delicious drinks and snacks—maybe even meet some new friends. Whether you rise and grind or need a break from your routine, Coffee Beer is a nice spot to be.
VR can be as productive as it is fun. The Wild, an immersive collaboration platform, shows us how at their Design Week Portland Open House.
Tiki beverages are flowing and so are the ping-pong balls! Drink in the animations and libations during the Open House at Oddfellows.
Stop by 11:11 Supply for office-supply eye candy and a mini-workshop on productivity.