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Pecha Kucha
September 14, 2009, 1:31 pm
Filed under: art, design, events, my work

0000119If anyone feels compelled on Wednesday evening to venture out, i’ll be talking at the next Dunedin Pecha Kucha evening. My talk is titled: It’s Ok, and other sundry things. Check the list of other speakers [here].

What is Pecha Kucha? (pronounced “peh-chak-cha”)

A Pecha Kucha night involves the projection of a series of large images via a data projector. Invited presenters show 20 images each, with only 20 seconds to speak to each image (a total of 6.40 mins). The magic is the rapid fire presentation and the diversity of presenters and topics on the night. It is about bringing creative people together and getting inspired by their ideas.

What is Pecha Kucha? (pronounced “peh-chak-cha”)
A Pecha Kucha night involves the projection of a series of large images via a data projector. Invited presenters show 20 images each, with only 20 seconds to speak to each image (a total of 6.40 mins). The magic is the rapid fire presentation and the diversity of presenters and topics on the night. It is about bringing creative people together and getting inspired by their ideas.
Pecha Kucha Nights were initiated by Klein Dytham Architecture in Tokyo and are now held in over 250 cities around the world.
See the NZ website here: http://www.pechakucha.co.nz/
The world Pecha Kucha site is at: http://www.pecha-kucha.org/
Wednesday 16 September, Union Common Room, 640 Cumberland St, University of Otago
$8 entry or $5 with student ID or Onecard. Cash Bar/Refreshments. Doors open 7.30pm.

Pecha Kucha Nights were initiated by Klein Dytham Architecture in Tokyo and are now held in over 250 cities around the world.

See the NZ website here: http://www.pechakucha.co.nz/

The world Pecha Kucha site is at: http://www.pecha-kucha.org/

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Wednesday 16 September, Union Common Room, 640 Cumberland St, University of Otago

$8 entry or $5 with student ID or Onecard. Cash Bar/Refreshments. Doors open 7.30pm.

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