Fresh Gallery Otara is proud to present…
Pecha Kucha – which originated in Tokyo – is a unique, rapid-fire format in which each speaker shows 20 images, each for 20 seconds. With each presentation lasting just 6 minutes and 40 seconds, the audience experiences an exhilarating variety of ideas and projects. Pecha Kucha is fun, fast, information. It’s a mix of the old-fashioned slide show and public lecture – a great chance to interact with the local community, meet new people.
Pecha Kucha has spread virally to over 400 cities worldwide. The Southside editions of Pecha Kucha Nights are always very special in their regard for showcasing the ‘soul of the community’. So, be inspired and informed by creative people with a Manukau connection.You’ll hear from artists, architects, scientists, musicians and more.
Here is an example of a Pecha Kucha presentation that I have found on my interwebs search. This will give you an idea of what to expect from a Pecha Kucha Night event.
Don’t miss this fantastic line up and list of presenters:
- Bruce JT Moa , Architectural Graduate, Langi Royal Tombs – The beginning of Tu’i Tonga Architecture
- Greg Whaiapu, Boy to Father, What if?
- Rebecca Ann Hobbs, Avid Dancer, Moves for the Repertoire – Youtube Channel
- Kyla Hansell, Teacher, Blahdy Gids
- Raymond Sagapolutele, Brotographer Blog
- Tracey Williams, Artist and Curator, Practice as agent
- Tyrone Tautiepa, Man with a Mission, Doing it LIMITLESS!
- Antonio Navas, Executive Creative Director, Saatchi & Saatchi(NZ) “A Brief Visit to My Funk Hole”
- Aaron McConchie, Artist and Tool Maker, Visualisations and Stuff www.aaronmcconchie.com
- Pope Bron$, Rapper – Facebook
- Capilli Apelu-Tupou, Tattooer, The Traditional Way Facebook
- Cat Ruka, Performance Artist & Dance Lecturer, Constructing the Primordial Martian www.catruka.com
- Czarina Wilson, Fashion Designer Facebook Brand Page
- Su’a William Sio MP, Mangere, A Southside Perspective – with my political eyes www.suawilliamsio.co.nz
- Music with DJ Al’Goodie - Facebook Brand Page
PKN AKL Vol.28 as part of the Southside Arts Festival
WHEN: Thursday 27 October 2011
WHERE: Fresh Gallery Otara, Shop 5, 46 Fairmall, Otara Town Centre
Doors open 7.30pm, start 8.20pm
$5 cash doorsales // Cash bar // with DJ Al’Goodie