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OMSI Empirical Theater

1945 Southeast Water Avenue
Portland, OR 97214, US (map)

Movie theater and event space maintains its original iMax screen and adds new digital projection. 3D available.

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Past events that happened here

  • Tuesday
    Feb 2 2016
    Portland Startup Week: Demolicious

    Demolicious is back as part of Portland Startup Week 2016 on February 2. Doors open 6:00, Demos start 7:00.

    Portlanders in web and mobile tech are creating cool new apps, services and companies. But we aren't sharing them nearly enough. Demolicious shines a well-deserved spotlight on some of the best work. Previous presenters have gone on to raise money from PIE, the Portland Seed Fund and other investors.

    Demolicious is a free event open to the public, but for planning purposes we ask that you register your place. There are also booster and investor tickets that give you some special access and the extra-special feeling of supporting your tech community.

  • Thursday
    Apr 30 2015
    TechfestNW and Columbia Sportswear Company present: A Shared Future

    TechfestNW, a leading tech conference in Portland, is thrilled to bring you a special evening event dedicated to the Sharing Economy. Hear from business and tech innovators, city officials and others as we discuss the economic, political and social impact of the Sharing Economy.

    Speakers include:

    David Plouffe, SVP, Policy and Strategy for Uber and former campaign manager for Barack Obama Aaron Easterly, CEO of Rover Marcelo Louriero, CEO of Spinlister Sarah Mastrorocco, Business Development, Instacart Charlie Hales, Mayor of Portland And many others.

    Tickets are $30 and include a networking happy hour

    For tickets: http://bit.ly/tfnw15tickets

  • Thursday
    Feb 26 2015
    Off The Record: The Women of Tech Panel and Big Dream screening

    This event features a candid discussion among women who will share real stories of success and give insight to what it's really like working within the technology industry, with a panel of technologists, executives in other functional areas in tech companies, and a local student.

    Following the panel discussion, there will be a screening of Big Dream, a documentary about seven young women breaking barriers to follow their dreams in science, math, computing and engineering. http://ironwayfilms.com/bigdream/

    This event should be of interest to anyone who is interested in closing the gender gap in technology, and to students who are considering a career in technology.

    Free. Registration required: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/off-the-record-women-of-technology-panel-and-big-dream-screening-tickets-15168084148?ref=ebapi