Revolution Hall

Our conference will be held at Revolution Hall, a beautiful venue located on the thriving inner east side of Portland. It was originally a high school, and converted into the versatile space it is today, including an 850-seat auditorium, coffee shop, bar/restaurant, rooftop bar, rooms to support events, and local businesses. It still has some lockers in the hallway for that extra ambiance.

Conference Layout

Registration and Welcome Wagon


  • 1st Floor: April 14
  • 2nd Floor: April 15-16

Writing Day, Unconference, and Welcome Reception

Location: 1st Floor: Library/Astoria Room

  • Parent Room in 1st floor Show Bar Green Room

Speaker Talks, Sponsor Expo, Catering, and Quiet Room

Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium and surrounding spaces

  • Speaker Talks: Auditorium
  • Sponsor Expo: Hallway
  • Catering: Assembly Lounge
  • Quiet Room: Sunset Room

Other Venue Spaces (open to the public)

  • Martha’s Coffee Shop
    • 7:30am-3:00pm
  • Show Bar
    • 3:00-11:00pm
  • Roof Deck
    • 3:00pm-late, weather permitting
  • Outdoor seating and city park

Sunday Conference Map

Attendee map

Monday & Tuesday Conference Map

Attendee map


We are committed to hosting a conference that is accessible to everyone. This page contains accessibility information as well as links to other resources. If you have questions or require any additional accommodations, please email us at

ADA Accessibility

The venue has:

  • Wheelchair accessibility to all conference spaces
  • Step-free access to all areas of the conference
  • Elevator accessing the 2nd and 3rd floor, open and unlocked during entire conference
  • Accessible, clearly labeled restrooms


  • 1st floor bathrooms are gender-neutral, single, and multi-stall
  • 2nd floor bathrooms (auditorium level) are gender-segregated and multi-stall

Parking and Transportation

  • ADA spots (two) in the guest parking lot south of the venue
  • Street parking is east of the venue (15th Ave. and higher), allows for all-day parking
  • Bus transit stops are located nearby the venue. All transit in Portland announce stops verbally in English and most buses have a visual display of upcoming stops. Refer to the TriMet website for more information.

Low Vision or Hard of Hearing

  • Live captioning: If you are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or hearing impaired, and unable to view the captions, a staff member can move you to a closer seat.
  • Preferred seating: Please reach out to us so we can prioritize your seating.
  • Lighting sensitivity: Please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate.


  • People can sit anywhere they would like in the main stage auditorium on the 2nd floor. Reserved seating will be available for those who need to be close enough to view the live captioning. For distanced seating, there is a 3rd floor balcony.
  • Additional seating and table space will be available for our Unconference and Writing Day events. Catering will be located on the 2nd floor.
  • There are various places around Revolution Hall with seating and tables including the Assembly Lounge, Show Bar, Quiet Room (no laptops), Martha’s (coffee shop), hallways, and the rooftop and patio outside, if the weather is nice.

Service Animals

Service Animals are welcome at our conference venue.

Quiet Room

We have a clearly marked quiet room available, intended to be a calm place for anyone who needs a break from the bustle of the conference. This room will not be used for socializing.

Parents Room

We have a dedicated parents room that is available as needed. Please check in with the Registration table for information on how to access.

Dietary Requirements

We aim to provide snacks that meet varying dietary requirements including vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Our catering menu and ingredients will be listed.

Did we miss something?

Is there anything not mentioned that would make your attendance possible or improve your experience? Please email us, and we’ll do what we can to provide it.


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