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PechaKucha Night Christchurch 11 // 17 August

PechaKucha Night Christchurch 11 // 17 August

PKN_CHCH_11 Wednesday 17 August 2011 TelstraClear Club, Hagley Park Events Village

Doors open 7.30pm / Kickoff 8.20pm

Tickets $8 (+ service fees) available now online Door sales $10 (if not previously sold out - cash only)

Limited Capacity Licensed bar with food available for purchase (eftpos/cash) --

The 11th PechaKucha Night in Christchurch offers you the chance to hear 11 fascinating and fresh ideas, stories and creative projects delivered in the unique PechaKucha rapid-fire format.

Each speaker shows 20 images with each on screen for only 20 seconds, allowing every presenter a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to share their message. The challenge of 20x20 gives every PechaKucha Night audience exposure to an exhilarating variety of ideas and projects in one whirlwind of an evening.

Our 11 presenters for PechaKucha Night Christchurch 11 are:

* Tanya Batt // story-o-phile and frock-o-holic // on telling tales and where it gets you

* Irene Boles // architectural graduate // on a community response to a natural disaster

* Jasper Bryant-Greene & T'Nealle Joie // entrepreneur and musician // on The Archive

* David Carradine // engineer // on multi-storey timber buildings

* Jason Mill // ‘a’rchitect // on little ‘a’ architecture

* Gaby Montejo // technologist of hard materials // on "Como Comer”

* Roy Montgomery // academic, volunteer firefighter and sometime musician // on why tall pointy-shaped buildings can be good for us

* Kerry Mulligan // engineer // on barriers to doing smart stuff

* George Parker // actor with Free Theatre Christchurch and manager of Te Puna Toi // on the Christchurch Arts Circus

* Chris Reddington // musician and composer, manager of Silencio Ensemble // on bells

* Sebastian Warne & Oscar Enberg // artists and gallerists // on ABC as artist collective and artist-run gallery

PechaKucha is for content, not for profit PechaKucha Night - devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture


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