>Pecha Kucha Seattle

>I’m going to be presenting a sneak preview of the next issue on December 11 at an event in Seattle called Pecha Kucha. The organizer of the event just told me that two presenters had to bow out and she’s looking for folks to jump in. Pecha Kucha started as a format in which architects could present their designs quickly to an inebriated audience. It’s expanded substantially from its original discipline, and the Seattle Pecha Kucha is especially focused on a broad range of arts.

Each presenter shows 20 slides for 20 seconds each, during which (s)he can offer whatever commentary, performance, music, etc. (s)he deems appropriate. For more about Pecha Kucha, check out pecha-kucha.org.

If anyone might be interested in appearing at a very presentational (and fun–with drinks!) event, or if anyone knows of someone who might be interested in this, shoot me an email at dclapper@smokelong.com and I’ll email back with more details on how it all works.

Thanks!

(I’ll post a full line-up, location, time, and other details as more info is finalized.)

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One Response to >Pecha Kucha Seattle

  1. christian says:

    >Hi – we will have the first PKN in Tallahassee on 19 March, 2009 at the 621 Gallery. We would love to have you present.Please join our PKN committee – we meet every Tuesday night at 8pm at the 621 Gallery in Railroad Square.christian harknesschristianharkness@hotmail.comhttp://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=38510663028

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