Beginner Level Virtual/Mixed Reality Classes at OSB

Oregon Story Board is excited to announce the next evolution of our 2016 HoloLens Development classes. Introducing our Intro to VR/MR Summer Courses! Curious about what it takes to make virtual reality? Come explore design, development and user experience classes at Oregon Story Board this June. All 3 of our new class tracts provide a hands-on learning environment […]

Oregon Story Board Holds Office Hours This Friday

Oregon Story Board is holding office hours this Friday, beginning at 3pm –  “learn all about Oregon Story Board by socializing with OSB staff and board members as well as the Digital Storytelling community that surrounds it.” Read more here.

Clackamas Community College And Oregon Story Board Awarded $100,000 Microsoft Grant

Microsoft’s HoloLens Academic Grant  was awarded to five educational institutions nationwide, along with two Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition devices, to each recipient, to further aid their research and development of their respective projects. Clackamas Community College and OSB will use the HoloLens technology to “develop a trade-based curriculum for Clackamas students, particularly students in the […]

Oregon Story Board’s 2015 Accelerator Class Is Announced

  Oregon Story Board announced today the the eight new companies who will be part of the second accelerator class, and the first occupants of their new space in Portland’s Old Town (Old Town Lofts at 411 NW Flanders.) These companies represent the mix of film, video, animation, visual effects, digital media, and gaming industries […]

Do You Have A Digital Story? Add It To The Growing Oregon Map…

The Oregon Story Board  are “looking at the film and video, animation and VFX, gaming, and digital media landscape across Oregon and bringing companies that are crossing boundaries and pushing stories together.” Their goal is to “increase the economic viability, innovation, impact, and stature of companies that fit within this network.” Check out the  interactive infographic that […]

Oregon Story Board Open For Applications For Accelerator Class Of 2015

Oregon Story Board have opened up applications for the second class of the Oregon Story Board accelerator program. Check out the FAQ for more information, and apply by May 8th, 2015. The accelerator provides physical space, business mentorship, collaboration opportunities, infrastructure support, networks, and seed capital to early-stage companies in the film, video, animation, visual […]

Oregon Story Board Demo Day – January 9th

Oregon Story Board , (a collaboration of community storytelling innovators) is presenting their first group of projects from the inaugural accelerator program.  The initial group of five Oregon companies (Chroma, A Fourth Act, Studio Kate, Built Oregon, Mountain Machine Studios, ) will be showcasing their work on Friday 9th, 2pm at Hollywood Theater.  Free to […]

The Oregon Story Board Announces Its Inaugural Accelerator Class

The Oregon Story Board announced its five early-stage companies that were selected for the first OSB Accelerator Class.  There is a vibrant mix of film & video, digital media, animation, content, and gaming industries – all that “make up Oregon’s digital storytelling ecosystem”.* The companies are: CHROMA Chroma makes high-design tools for the creative class. […]

Oregon Story Board is Open for Applications

Applications are now open for the 2014 Oregon Story Board accelerator program.  Interested companies need to have their applications in by July 15th, 2014. We’re excited to see what kinds of innovative companies will apply to take part. Do you know a company engaging with their audience with exciting new forms of narrative? Send them our […]

Cinema Pacific Festival Kicks Off In Eugene April 23rd

The fifth annual Cinema Pacific Festival starts on April 23, and the complete festival program is available online at http://cinemapacific.uoregon.edu. (A handy guide is downloadable here.) Richard Herskowitz, Director of Cinema Pacific says, “This year I’m particularly excited about our partnership with UO Libraries on the James Blue Project,  supplementing the exciting new archive of […]