How does Art of Space use 1200 lbs. of plastic to make art? Why is the Springfield Police Department talking about environmental design? What inspires the new director of the Art Museum? What is it like to work at the London Olympics or a sake brewery in Japan?
All this and more will be topics for discussion at the next PechaKucha Night vol. 8!
Drawing its name from the Japanese term for conversation, the 20 x 20 format keeps ideas moving at a rapid pace. Presenters have 20 images and 20 seconds per image, a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds, to tell their story.
PechaKucha Night is not a place to promote products or organizations. It’s a place to share ideas and experiences an open source environment. The idea is to come away from the event with a greater perspective and richer ideas, but most importantly, to enjoy oneself in the process.
This is a free non-profit community event with donations appreciated. There will be time for networking and casual conversation at intermission. Please invite your creative friends!
PECHAKUCHA NIGHT VOL. 8
November 3, 2012 @ RuBert Studios
1841 E. Bergman St.
Doors open at 6 p.m, presentations start at 6:30
Parking behind studio
mc: Meganne Rosen O’Neal
Nick Nelson – inspirational people
Kim Flores – Tearjerker Novels You Will Need Kleenex to Read
Paula Rosen – Drury University Fiber Arts
Mark Frank – Working in Sake Breweries in Japan
Julie Taylor Jones – Stop-motion Animation
Art of Space: Julia Dicus, Gerard Nadeau, Pema Wangzome – Knitted Space
Russ RuBert – Studio as Laboratory
Linda Dollar & Jodie Adams – Community Olympics Development Program
Jonathan Gano - Crime Prevention through Environmental Design