PRESS RELEASE PORTLAND, Ore. (January 24th, 2019) – At CymaSpace we believe access to the world is a fundamental human right. For over 5 years we have committed our resources to affecting … Continue reading CymaSpace Announces Access Lab – A Space For All
Press Release PORTLAND, Ore. (April 24, 2018) – CymaSpace is thrilled to announce that the first annual Northwest Deaf Arts Festival (NWDAF) will take place on June 16, 2018 at Mississippi Studios. … Continue reading An Experience Beyond Sound at the Northwest Deaf Arts Festival
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 … Continue reading CymaSpace at OMSI Maker Faire 2017
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 … Continue reading CymaSpace at OAD DeafFest IV
Kimberly Jack and Michelle Crane are two Deaf Portlanders who share a love of the diverse music and concert scene in Portland, Oregon. They planned to see a concert in October 2016 … Continue reading Breaking Down Barriers for Deaf Access at Music Venues
We are looking for awesome individuals who love CymaSpace’s mission to make arts & cultural events more accessible & inclusive to the Deaf & Hard of Hearing through Technology, Education & Outreach. There is … Continue reading Volunteer
WHAT IS CYMASPACE? CymaSpace is a Portland, OR based non-profit that focuses on making cultural events inclusive for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. We develop art and performances that largely feature … Continue reading What is CymaSpace?
ASL Hideaway was seen by Kiesza and got their seal of approval when she tweeted, “Wow, this is amazing.” to her followers. Wow this is amazing! https://t.co/ipu7g74D7U — Kiesza (@Kiesza) July 10, … Continue reading ASL Hideaway receives attention and critical acclaim from Kiesza herself.
Check out this stunning ASL Dance video from Cymaspace featuring a cast of amazing #DeafTalent in this addictive rendition of Kiesza’s run-away hit Hideaway, made accessible for the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing. Choreographed … Continue reading ASL Hideaway Press Release
Announcing the first installment in a showcase series celebrating the future of inclusive cultural events brought to you by CymaSpace: www.cymaspace.org/events RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW! We have a very limited number of … Continue reading Arts & Accessibility Event Series Press Release
Performing Arts nonprofit seeks event coordinator. CymaSpace, a young but fast growing non-profit based in SE Portland is looking to hire a paid part-time freelance event coordinator. Our mission is to make … Continue reading CymaSpace seeks part-time event coordinator.
Arts & Accessibility Showcase Gala 2016 Video now live! Video is in ASL & with English Closed Captions (click the “CC” icon). Thank you to all the amazing supporters and the team … Continue reading Arts & Accessibility Showcase Gala 2016 Video now live!
CymaSpace is pleased to partner with Portland Center Stage and Tylor Neist by offering discounted tickets to an ASL interpreted matinee multi-sensory performance of Overview Effect. Guests can expect an exciting fusion … Continue reading Special CymaSpace discount to ASL Interpreted Performance of Overview Effect
Part-time freelance marketing coordinator needed for Summer events at CymaSpace CymaSpace, a young but fast growing non-profit based in SE Portland is looking to hire a paid part-time freelance marketing coordinator. Our … Continue reading Part-time freelance marketing coordinator needed
As commitment to the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing (DHH) community, CymaSpace has produced an ASL (American Sign Language) version of the Call for Artists: 2016 Arts & Accessibility Showcase Event Series. For many DHH, Sign … Continue reading Call For Artists: ASL Video Now Available
DEAFNESS + MUSIC from Red Lab Films on Vimeo. A compelling short video. shot and edited by Travis Howe of Red Lab Films featuring Myles de Bastion, the founder of CymaSpace and Audiolux Devices. Myles is … Continue reading Deafness + Music
To mark the beginning of our third year, CymaSpace is pleased to announce a spectacular showcase of our major accomplishments, in an inaugural fundraiser celebration, and you’re invited! Here is a great opportunity to … Continue reading Volunteer Registration For Gala 2016 Now Open
Furthering CymaSpace’s recently announced “Call for Artists: 2016 Arts & Accessibility Showcase Event Series“, CymaSpace is pleased to announce opportunities for paid ASL Sign Masters / Interpreters / Performers. This exciting new … Continue reading Call for ASL Sign Masters / Interpreters / Performers
Cultural, art & social events often rely on spoken, sung, performed or recorded sound to convey their cultural message or narrative experience. This is often inaccessible to those with hearing loss. In … Continue reading Call for Artists: 2016 Arts & Accessibility Showcase Event Series
CymaSpace, a young but fast growing non-profit based in SE Portland is looking to hire a paid part-time freelance grant writer. Our mission is to make performing arts more accessible & inclusive … Continue reading Part-time freelance grant writer needed
Coming soon to Portland, OR is a new multi-sensory environment / Snoezelen room specially designed for sensory therapy treatment for autism, dementia and other sensory processing disorders. Snoezelen or controlled multisensory environment … Continue reading Multi-sensory Environment / Snoezelen Therapy Room serving Portland, OR
CymaSpace presents the Audiolux One The AudioLux One is a new kind of LED lighting controller developed by the team at CymaSpace that will intelligently translate sound and music into light, color … Continue reading Audiolux One | The first-ever effects unit for sound-reactive visuals.
At CymaSpace, we are working to make performing arts more accessible and inclusive to the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing. The team behind our innovative Technology Program are proud to announce our newest development: … Continue reading Cymatic Lighting – A Modern “Visual Sound” System for Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing
CymaSpace (cymaspace.org) is a young but fast growing non-profit based in SE Portland and is looking to bring on a Development Coordinator in a freelance capacity. This is a part-time position where … Continue reading CymaSpace Seeks Part-Time Development Coordinator
In a special collaboration between CymaSpace & Artists Repertory Theatre, we are excited to offer a special discount to patrons of CymaSpace for an ASL interpreted theatrical production of “The Liar” on … Continue reading Special CymaSpace Discounted tickets “The Liar” ASL Interpreted Show on June 20th 2015 at Artists Repertory Theatre
“The Rosa Lee Show” is coming to Portland OR, Saturday 6/6 at 7pm. Rosa Lee is a performance artist known mostly for her ASL Music Videos on YouTube, her work as a … Continue reading Discounted Tickets to “The Rosa Lee Show” for CymaSpace members
Do you shop on Amazon? Did you know that Amazon have a special program called Amazon Smile where they will donate 0.5% of the price of any items purchased by Amazon customers … Continue reading CymaSpace, now supported by Amazon Smile!
Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program HELP CYMASPACE EARN DONATIONS BY SHOPPING WITH YOUR FRED MEYER REWARDS CARD. Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million per year to non-profit’s in Alaska, Idaho, … Continue reading Give While You Shop
We are proud to announce that we have a new site, made possible thanks to funding from RACC and all of our hard work from our staff. The new website features new … Continue reading Our new site launches
We are now accepting members into our exciting new program that includes discounts and a special rewards program. To sign up for CymaSpace’s new Membership program click here.
CymaSpace has moved to a new location in SE Portland OR, we are now located in the Sprout Factory, the new address is: 931 SE 6th Ave, Portland OR 97214. (Google Maps) … Continue reading CymaSpace Moves!