PechaKucha Night HK - Tue Apr 24, 2012

Last time it was packed way beyond capacity and everyone had a blast!
Lots of very positive feedback – our favourite: “Awesome event!!! U made my Tuesday Friday!!” – Nicole C

Looking forward to another amazing night in a great new space – FABRIK Contemporary Art… come when doors open at 7:30pm and check out the art!

Expect more of that high energy and eclecticism including: Ultraman monsters, molecular mixology, fiery Brazilian culture, a humourous look at classifying success, art workshops for health and social impact, sustainable furniture design with Balinese craftspeople, travels in Papua New Guinea, and mapping HK’s creative heart…

• LARRY FEIGN / The Formula for Success
• LIZ BRIERS / Arts & Health in the Community – Does it make a difference?
• JULIANA LOH / Hotels + Creative Collaborations
• STEVEN BALLANTYNE / Papua New Guinea – 10 years of Exploration
• JURGEN ABERGAS / It’s time for Brazil
• CHRISTINE RICHARD / Design as a means to sustainable development
• LOUISE WONG / Creative City: Mapping Hong Kong’s Creative Heart
• JAMES GANNABAN / The Hyperactive Guide to Molecular Mixology: “Bremistry” Made Simple
• AGENCE OUVRAY / Fill in the ________, 2 cities 2 approaches to Taiwan
• HUSCHANG POURIAN / Ultraman Monsters

PechaKucha (pe-chak-cha) is Japanese for “chit chat.”

PechaKucha Night was devised by Klein Dytham architecture in Tokyo, 2003, as a networking event for designers to show their work.
Now in 500+ cities, the presentation format is standard worldwide: 20 images x 20 seconds, (a snappy 6 min 40 sec).

PechaKucha is eclectic, fun and full of surprises. In addition to established professionals, the floor is also open to emerging talent, entrepreneurs and students.
PechaKucha Night is a platform for creatives to meet and share ideas with like-minded people in a laid-back setting.

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