Portland continues to establish itself as a prime place to make and do. We talk often of the "Maker Movement" and frequently speak of our desire to make, create, and buy right here in Portland.
These sensibilities may be stronger in no one other than Kelley Roy, founder of ADX and Portland Made. Kelley founded ADX in 2011 after identifying a need for shared tools, space, and knowledge among the growing maker culture here in the Rose City.
Since then, she has been a champion of small business and craftspeople here and throughout the country, and we're excited to have her join us for Curiosity Club tonight at 6 PM (PST).
Kelley will talk about the Power of Portland Made, the importance of sharing knowledge, and surely offer some insights into how to make a living doing what you love.
She's truly one of the major movers and shakers (and of course, makers) of this city of ours. Join us tonight or catch a live stream on the Curiosity Club homepage.
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