We are back at PechaKucha this November and this time we are talking about our next project.
If you haven't heard of PechaKucha yet, you definitely have missed out. It is an evening of snappy presentations, 20 images x 20 seconds each. If you want to keep your finger on HK's pulse, this is it.
Reserve your space quickly though as it is always fully booked: either through their Facebook page or by mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Saturday 30 November 2013, 8.30-10.00pm, CWB
Pechakucha is on tonight. Not to be missed! Go early as it will be packed!
For more information, please visit their website or go to their event page on Facebook.
Want to know what we are doing? Come to PechaKucha on Tuesday 24th April to hear all about it!
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Last Tuesday there was a new PechaKucha event at Gallery XXX in Sheung Wan.
PechaKucha was set up in Tokyo in 2003 as a networking event for young designers to show their work. However, it is not restricted to young designers only; anyone who is passionate about something can do a talk. The format is clever: 20 images x 20 seconds so there is no risk in running over endlessly.
This evening we were in the company of Jo Farrell (mentioned in a previous blog) - a photographer with a passion for documenting people with bound feet, Sean Creamer - also a photographer with his very unique style of moving images, Parallel Lab - two architects with a passion for the life and backstreets in Hong Kong, a gentleman by the name of Enso with a interesting view on the MTR, a highly entertaining John Piccin talking about radio-controlled motorcycles and many more.
The venue was packed and rightly so. It was an amazing evening with a great selection of what is going on in Hong Kong. It brought together what is great about Hong Kong and it makes you excited living here.
The PechaKucha website is http://www.pecha-kucha.org/ and you can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, etc.
On Tuesday 21 February, Jo Farrell is talking about her amazing photography project Living History: documenting bound feet in China. Her work is amazing with an unquestionable cultural importance.
PechaKucha, Tuesday 21 February - 7.30 to 10.30pm @ Gallery XXX (212 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan)
More information you can find here.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb