Join us for PUGSfest 2018!
The epic PUGS learning party is back for its third year!
PUGSfest is a full day of taster workshops from some of Portland's most brilliant minds. This year's theme is: ENERGY!
Energy is what powers us, what keeps us going. It's what powers our world.
See the video from last year:
When: Saturday, April 7
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
5441 SE Belmont St.
How much: $69 after 4/4
How does PUGSfest work?
On April 7th, a dozen speakers pitch their ideas — 3 minutes each — during our opening session. From there, you choose which four one-hour sessions you want to attend throughout the day.
Registration + Coffee + Socializing || Dining room
Opening + Presenter Pitches || Dining Room
Trees and Energy: Carbon, Conservation, and Comfort - Mulysa Melco || Outdoor walking tour (meet in the Conference Room)
Belmont's Electric Streetcar - John Doyle || Outdoor walking tour (meet in the Dining Room)
Reclaiming Your Energy: 5 Nutritional Strategies to Balance Energy Levels Throughout the Day - Rosemary Fotheringham || Dining Room
Energy Education Through an Equity Lens - Haley Mountain (Community Energy Project) || Parlor
Bring your own, or visit Koi Fusion's food truck in Taborspace's parking lot
We All Need Accessibility: Making Digital and Social Spaces Work for Everybody - Amelia Abreu (UX Night School) || Library
Breaking Free from Oppressive Normativity: Workshop - Byron Go || Dining Room
The Maker Movement: A History of Production and The Energy Behind It - Timothy Hamilton (ADX) || Muir Hall
Energized at Work: Reigniting Your Career - Megan Leatherman || Dining Room
Owning Every Hour of Your Life: Financial Freedom and Your Life Energy - Douglas Tsoi || Annex
Sparking Activism with Hip Hop and Spoken Word - Mic Crenshaw || Muir Hall
Active Imagination: Diving Into Your Subconscious to Unlock Insights and Solve Thorny Problems - George Winborn || Artspace
Wishcraft: The Power of Weak Ties - Douglas Tsoi || Dining Room
2018 PUGSfest Partners
This year, you'll get to learn from your favorite PUGSfest instructors and some brilliant folks from these fine groups: