Hi, I am ilan Laks, in 2005 I founded AudioCinema. Our first location was a massive warehouse under the Hawthorne Bridge. I worked with then Portland mayor Sam Adams, and against the building department, and had art production added to the permitting definition of manufacturing. I built an art and music production facility that housed and hosted much of Portlands art and music scene. I worked with local indie artists like Napalm Beach, M Ward, and Samantha Wall, as well as regional and national artists like Cat Power, Modest Mouse, pavement, The Shins, Parliament, Maria Abromovic, and so many more. I also got to organize events in our space working with so many wonderful companies and groups, like Nike, PDXPOP, Willamette Week, OPB, Pabst, ASPCA, and so many more. We closed our doors at the location on March 30th 2020 right at the beginning of the pandemic, and moved AudioCinema into our basement. Now we have a great new space and are so excited to bring AudioCinema to this wonderful neighborhood. We sell and repair guitars and basses, and sell, produce, and teach art. We also have rentable production space, and provide artists services.