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May 27, 2009
Art Institute of Portland Industrial Design Shop

3BY10 is a monthly presentation and networking event, in which three creative professionals or students from the Portland area get ten minutes each to present a recent project, discuss a trend, or just talk about the local design scene. Talks are followed by a round table discussion and social hour at a nearby lounge.

Admission is always free.

5:45p - Doors open at The Art Institute of Portland Industrial Design Shop - 722 NW Couch St (note this is different from the main AI campus) 6:00p - Presentations and Q&A 7:00p - Social hour at Someday Lounge - two blocks away at 125 NW 5th Ave (happy hour until 8pm)

This month’s speakers:

John Cross Neumann - Industrial Designer at Intel's People and Practices group

Carrie Atkinson - founder of Sock It To Me Socks

Student presenter to be announced

Aug 25, 2010
IDSA "3BY10" Speaking Series: Portland's Creative Community in 30 Minutes
Art Institute of Portland Industrial Design Shop

IDSA Oregon presents: 3BY10 - A chance to see what creative professionals and design students in Portland are up to, ten minutes at a time.

Doors at 6pm, and it's all wrapped up by 7pm.

This month's speakers:

Recent RISD grad Kevin Quale gives a quick overview of The Useful Object Series: a studio project that creates a collection of products carefully designed to have no specific function, leaving the user to invent a use.

Local IDSA organizer and Ziba writer Carl Alviani gives a quick summary of the recent IDSA 2010 International Conference, focusing on the impact of DIY on professional design. Plenty of photos, observations and coverage from the first such event to be hosted in Portland.

Corey Pressman of Exprima Media will give a ten minute talk on the future of mobile devices in the classroom, based on his extensive research and work with educators and major textbook publishers. What's anatomy look like on the iPad? Come and find out.

Happy hour to follow at Someday Lounge - 125 Northwest 5th Avenue btw Couch and Davis

Feb 19, 2013
Internet of Things Meetup - Thing Tuesday

We decided to create our own open meetup to discuss and learn about the Internet of Things. We encourage the curious, the hackers the entrepreneurs and the executives who are engaging in this area to come join us to listen to talks, share in conversation and networking. Each session we will have talks, "show and tells "and space to hack and network with others. Modelled on two phenomenally influential and successful groups, Mobile Monday and the catalytic Silicon Valley Homebrew Computer Club, we hope that we too can enable fun and exploration with this new technology area.

Sep 23, 2016
2016 Portland Creative Conference
Gerding Theater at the Armory

The Portland Creative Conference is an exploration and celebration of the creative process across various creative industries. Bring your team or just bring yourself–either way you won’t leave the same as you arrived. You’ll be inspired and motivated in new ways, viewing your world with a fresh perspective. We feature presentations from leading creatives who take you inside their creative process and talk about their projects, problems, influences and inspirations.

Purchase Tickets: Eventbrite

Apr 18
5th Portland Hardware Meetup
Wayfinder Beer

We're back for another Happy Hour, this time at Wayfinder! Our newest organizers, Victoria Dower and Anatoliy Dzhuga will be your hosts for the evening. Victoria is a strategy, marketing, and operations wizard with tons of hardware experience, particularly in civic tech. Anatoliy is a stellar mechanical design engineer specializing in product development, and informal member.

Our monthly Hardware Meetups happen in 25+ cities around the world, bringing together hardware professionals to show projects, talk their businesses, and network with other engineers, entrepreneurs, designers, suppliers, and more. Whether you're a hardware pro or just hardware curious, we hope to see you there.

Bring demos! We'll have tables ready for you.

Thank you to our partners Kickstarter helps creative projects come to life. Backers have pledged over $6B to projects on our platform, helping artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, and other creators make their ideas a reality.

informal is a freelance collective for the most talented independent professionals in hardware. Whether you're looking for a single contractor, a fractional consultant, a full-time employee, or an entire team, informal has the perfect collection of people for the job.

If you want to help support the next meetup, please reach out to [email protected] for sponsorship inquiries.

See you soon!