Pecha Kucha #6





Crosstown Arts - NEW SPACE
430 N Cleveland, Memphis, TN 38104



We're looking forward to PK6 in our new storefront space on Cleveland!

Presenters as of 3/4/13:
Paul Garner – Mid-South Peace and Justice Center & H.O.P.E.
David Mason – Rhodes College – Bouffant and the Theatrical Ethos
Dorian Spears & Cat Normoyle – 25SQ Public Art Project – Make Memphis
Eszter Sziksz & Nikola Carroll – Illuminated Room
Doug Carpenter – Doug Carpenter & Associates
Teddy Eck – ArtsMemphis - Arts Education and Outreach Grant Program
Susannah Acuff - Cultural Anthropology Instructor & Applied Anthropology graduate student at University of Memphis
Michael Flanagan - The Lost Cause


Pecha Kucha Nights began in Tokyo as an opportunity for artists, designers and architects to show samples of their work, but have expanded to include anyone from the community sharing a wide array of interesting and often hilarious topics. The audience is made up of anyone who wants to come and enjoy seeing what other people are interested in.

The key to Pecha Kucha Night is the 20x20 format. All presenters show 20 slides for 20 seconds each, making each presentation concise and dynamic.

Being a presenter is not a competitive or juried process.

If you’re wondering what “Pecha Kucha” means, it draws its name from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat”. Come check out what Memphians are up to...

Food and drinks available
Doors at 6 pm, presentations at 7 pm
Free admission


Pecha Kucha is devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture

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