From September 16 to 17, 2017, CymaSpace will come back to Portland Mini Maker Faire. Hosted by the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI), CymaSpace will take part in this event as one of the makers presenting their Cymatic experiments.
Maker Faire is a gathering of curious people of all ages who are passionate about learning and sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these “makers” to show hobbies, experiments, and projects.
At the Maker Faire, CymaSpace will be presenting their light sculptures and educating the guests on the Cymatic technology. In addition, guests will be able to construct their own pieces of LED pixel art.
CymaSpace is currently looking for volunteers. There are opportunities to get involved and assist by volunteering at the booth outside of the OMSI building. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact us at email@example.com.
Come join us and experience the technology of CymaSpace!
On July 30, 2017, CymaSpace will be partnering with the Oregon Association of the Deaf (OAD) in its fourth annual DeafFest at Oaks Park. CymaSpace will be making an appearance at DeafFest IV with its own vendor exhibit available in the afternoon.
In the evening, CymaSpace will support OAD by having a team of volunteers prepare the stage for the conference performance. The performance will start at 7:00 PM and feature Indian Deaf dancers, Veena and Vijay Advani. The dancers will be performing an Indian and Bollywood dance on a vibrating stage. This performance is an opportunity for DHH and hearing audiences to learn about the Indian Deaf culture. After the dancers end their show, CymaSpace will continue to assist OAD in removing the equipment.
The performance will feature our Cymatic LED racks. These weatherized, self-contained, modular LED curtain racks are designed for plug-and-play operation with no external lighting controller hardware or computer/software required. Our LED Racks are the most economical option for adding a dazzling Cymatic light display to your event and since they contain an embedded microprocessor and internal microphone, can be set-up without the need for a lighting or sound engineer. These racks are available for you to rent. The link is down below.
CymaSpace is currently looking for volunteers. There are opportunities to get involved and assist by volunteering at the exhibit and the stage. CymaSpace is looking for American Sign Language (ASL) users who can volunteer as interpreters at the vendor exhibit for all three shifts.
If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We make arts & cultural events more accessible & inclusive to the Deaf & Hard of Hearing through Technology, Education & Outreach.
What is CymaSpace?
Accessibility & Inclusion
We are a leading advocate for accessibility and inclusion within the performing arts. We are constantly striving to find new ways to ensure our venue and events are inclusive, especially to Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing communities.
Technology & Arts Incubator
We provide incubator services for new fledgling organizations and communities that are exploring emerging concepts in combining technology and the arts.
Education & Outreach
We provide educational opportunities for artists, the general public and other performance venues interested in incorporating our unique, cymatic concepts into their work.
CymaSpace is an epicenter for Cymatic study and we are committed to raising awareness of and promoting the benefits of Cymatics (the science and study of sound made visible).