Pecha Kucha is a simple talk format – 20 slides for 20 seconds, each presenter giving a talk that lasts just 6:40 minutes. It was developed in Tokyo by architects Klein Dytham to keep things concise because they felt that architects talk too much. It has now developed into a global event happening in over 800 cities.
Each city has a licensed organiser and we currently hold the license to deliver these events in Glasgow. To keep things diverse and interesting we partner with leading organisations and exciting individuals to curate the speakers. Our role is to coordinate and oversee the event production.
If you’re interested in working with us on Pecha Kucha in Glasgow, please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
Events so far:
Sonica: The Art & Sound of Gaming – Thursday 2nd November
Occupying the Post-Industrial City – Tuesday 20 June, part of TEST UNIT 2017
Making Economy – Thursday 20 April 2017 – curated by TAKTAL
Cultural Architecture – curated by Page \ Park Architects
Home Away: Inspirational arts projects – curated by the National Theatre of Scotland
Art, Design, Architecture & The City – curated by Test Unit
Artist in the City – curated by Glasgow International
Great Minds Don’t Think Alike – curated by Social Innovation League
Visions of Future Cities – curated by the Institute of Future Cities
Society by Design – curated by Sarah Drummond (Snook)