PechaKucha Night

PechaKucha Nights began in Tokyo as an opportunity for artists, designers and architects to show samples of their work through a concise, timed presentation in a relaxed community setting. Over the past 10 years, these events have expanded to hundreds of cities across the globe, and often include a variety of community members sharing a wide array of interesting (and sometimes hilarious) topics.

In the past, Memphis PK nights have been fun, informal gatherings with friendly, engaged audiences. The key to PechaKucha Night is the 20×20 format: all presenters show 20 slides for 20 seconds each, making each presentation concise and dynamic. If you’re wondering what “Pecha Kucha” means, it draws its name from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat.”

Explore past presentations through the PechaKucha album on Crosstown Arts’ Vimeo channel.

 

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