What is Pecha Kucha?

What is Pecha Kucha?

What is PechaKucha? This will explain it to you in 20 slides. Great for anyone who enjoys presenting, presentations, and design.

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May 17, 2016
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  1. {20x20} IMAGES SECONDS What is

  2. { } Devised in February 2003 by Astrid Klein and

    Mark Dytham.
  3. { } Their innovation, dubbed pecha-kucha (Japanese for “Chit-Chat”).

  4. { } PKN events consist of around a dozen presentations,

    each presenter having 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds.
  5. { } Each presenter has just 6 minutes 40 seconds

    to explain their ideas before the next presenter takes the stage.
  6. { } Conceived as a venue through which young designers

    could meet, show their work, exchange ideas and network.
  7. { } This format keeps presentations concise, fast- paced and

    entertaining.
  8. { } 1n 2004, PKN began running in a few

    cities in Europe, and has since become a worldwide phenomenon,
  9. { } now running more than 400 cities in almost

    every corner of the globe.
  10. { } Held mostly in fun locations with a bar

    creating a space for ‘thinking and drinking.’
  11. { } Anyone can present - This is the beauty

    of PechaKucha Nights.
  12. { } A good PechaKucha is unexpected, tell a great

    story, share something personal, funny, and inspiring.
  13. { } Each one is run by a city organizer.

    Check to see if there is one in your city before trying to organize your own.
  14. { } Many people have said - “oh so this

    is like a local TED!” PechaKucha Night is not like TED. TED is top down, PechaKucha is bottom up!
  15. { } PechaKucha Is not a social network. It is

    a live event, with real people, real communication, real beer and real creative fun.
  16. { } INSPIRE JAPAN. On April 16th, 2011, many of

    the 400 PechaKucha cities around the world will come together and hold events.
  17. { } The presentations will be focused on 3 main

    themes INSPIRE JAPAN, THE ISSUES, RECOVERY.
  18. { } They could be simply about things that inspire

    us, or Japan how it has inspired you.
  19. { } Great ideas or solutions that help deal with

    the issues at hand whether earthquake, tsunami or nuclear - and the road to recovery.
  20. { } Find a PechaKucha near you by visiting: www.pecha-kucha.org

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