Portland Chapter

Portland, OR Blog

Spotlight Second Story

714 N Fremont St, No 200   Portland, OR 97227

Join SEGD member firm Second Storyfor a studio tour.

Second Story is an innovation center pioneering new interactive experiences. They push the boundaries of storytelling for brands and institutions across digital channels—web, mobile, and installations—empowering audiences to connect and share.

Learn about their recent responsive environment work, from large-scale installations and architectural integrations, to more intimate museum work. Spend some time playing in the lab - filled with projects and experiments.

Space is limited. RSVPthrough Eventbrite.

Portland Chapter Events are sponsored by Tube Art Group.

The Original300 Southwest 6th Avenue  Portland, OR 97204

Meet with fellow designers for a Round Table discussion. This month's topic is Digital Media.

Does digital media play a role in your work? Are clients asking for dynamic signage, media walls, or apps to compliment interior work or a signage system? Have you collaborated with an interactive or dynamic signage firm? What trends are most exciting? What trends have past? Share challenges you have experienced and lessons learned along the way.

Space is limited.
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Welcome to the new Portland Chapter of SEGD!

We are energized and working to create an active chapter to serve the Portland SEGD community. Bookmark this page and check back often for upcoming events, SEGD news, and PDX blogposts.

Contact Kathy or Mike to get placed on our email list — We look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions, please ask! 

Kathy & Mike

SEGD Portland Chapter Chairs

We've been busy at the workshop building a great program for Portland in 2014. 

Fill the stockings, put on your elf shoes, turn up the Christmas carols and indulge in some elf mischief. Deadlines can wait!

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Join SEGD Member Tomas Ancona for coffee reception and private tour of “Windows on America” at the Oregon Historical Society. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn from one of Portland's creative and talented exhibit designers.Space is limited so reserve your a spot today. Please only reserve a place if you can attend.

Oregon Historical Society, 1200 SW Park Avenue Portland, OR 97205  

About the designer: Tom Ancona of Ancona + Associates has over twenty-five years of international experience designing and directing large-scale interdisciplinary projects for government, cultural and corporate clients. He approaches his work from both a narrative and design perspective, weaving rich and engaging stories through dimensional environments.

About the Exhibit: Carefully acquired over more than fifty years, the Mark Family Collection, consisting of over 100 original documents and artifacts, focuses on American presidential leadership and major turning points in the history of the United States. This multimedia exhibition opens windows into the hearts, minds, and councils of the most influential leaders of our nation.

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