It’s time to prepare for take-off because we’re taking you sky-high with a brand new volume of PechaKucha Night Winnipeg! With spring’s landing, we have a fresh new crop of speakers eager to share their stories, ideas, and work with you. Join us on June 6th at the Park Theatre for a departure on your regular Thursday evening activities, and let the inspiration take flight.
Doors open as usual at 7:30 PM, and the show starts at 8:00 PM. No need to show up more than two hours ahead of schedule.
Admission is pay-what-you-want, but we suggest $10.
? SPEAKERS ?
? Uzoma Asagwara, Founder – QPOC Winnipeg
? Murat Ates, Writer
? Ben Bergman, Interactive Developer for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and Maker of Things
? Graeme Borland, Game Developer
? Sky Dheere and Brent Fisher, RRC Graphic Design Grad Students
? Kelly Fraser, Musician
? Raine Hamilton, Singer-songwriter
? Libby Jeffrey, Travel Podcaster
? Aaron McMahon, Travel Counsellor & Distribution Administrator, Travel Manitoba
? Tobi Nifesi, Author and Cofounder of horoma
? Alyson Shane, Digital Marketer
? WHAT IS PECHAKUCHA NIGHT? ?
PechaKucha is a presentation format invented by Tokyo-based firm Klein Dytham Architecture in 2003. At every event, speakers are given 20 slides to talk about whatever they like, but each slide advances automatically after only 20 seconds. This 20×20 format gives each speaker a total time of six minutes and forty seconds. PechaKucha Night has over 1200 city chapters all over the world.
PechaKucha Night Winnipeg was established by the Graphic Designers of Canada in 2010. Each PechaKucha Night – or PKN – is a fun, and informal evening where creative and inspiring Winnipeggers talk about their ideas, stories, experiences, or work. PKN Winnipeg is held quarterly and usually at the Park Theatre.
This year’s posters are designed by Andrew Boardman.
The official PechaKucha Night Winnipeg Vol 38 hashtag is
And for more information and to see past talks, check out our website at: www.pechakucha.org/cities/winnipeg