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Pecha Kucha 5 – Dunedin Public Art Gallery 21/3

PK 5 went really well, heaps of fun with some incredibly interesting and amusing speakers. Lots of laughter and applause, chocolate and Emmerson’s beer – it was terrific.

Thankfully I was on before the The Dust Palace, a burlesque group. G-strings and shaving cream would have been a hard act to follow.

A recording should be posted on the International Pecha Kucha site soon.

Pecha Kucha #5 / Dunedin – line up revealed

Pecha Kucha Night Dunedin #5 – Topics Unveiled

Sunday March 21 // Dunedin Public Gallery (Moray Place entrance) // no eftpos)

PRESENTER // AREA OF EXPERTISE // TOPIC

Order of presenters:
Full Fucking Moon // artists/musicians // New Age Farming
Marchell J.T. Linzey // Children’s broadcaster// Japanese Influences on a Children’s Radio Show – Contrast vs Constant
Joseph Worley // artist // War, Shelter and Origami
Sarah Gallagher // writer/researcher/photographer // Named flats as ephemeral street art
Cathy Helps // artist // Stories of paintings, a faith healer, a farmer and other stuff
Callum Stembridge, Ascia Maybury and Eve Gordon of The Dust Palace an aerial theatre company dedicated to creating from the ideas ‘Magic’ and ‘the Political’ // Burlesque: the struggle to be both sexy and intelligent

CHIT CHAT BREAK // REFRESHMENTS

Ali Bramwell // artist // risk management structures
David Eggleton // poet // How to write a poem
Jay Hutchinson // artist // The Scribble and the Stitch
Christy Flaws // circus performer// Circus and social change
Regan Gentry // artist // Dabbling in Dunedin
Erika Wolf // visual historian // The Post-Socialist Toilet

BACKGROUND

A Pecha Kucha night is like an action-packed slide show. 12 invited presenters show 20 images each, with only 20 seconds to speak to each image (a total of 6.40 minutes per presentation). The magic is the rapid-fire presentation and the diversity of presenters and topics on the night. It is about bringing artists and designers together to share their ideas. Pecha Kucha Nights now take place in over 230 cities around the world.

See the NZ website here: http://www.pechakucha.co.nz/

The world Pecha Kucha site is at: http://www.pecha-kucha.org/

Flatnames are going to the Fringe!

The sixth Pecha Kucha evening in Dunedin is taking place at Dunedin Public Art Gallery on Sunday March 21st as part of the wider Dunedin Fringe Festival. EXCITING! How am I feeling about presenting? I’m PACKING myself – but excited 😀

Tickets to all events are limited, so GET ORGANSIED and book. Pecha Kucha is a sweet $8. Good value when you get to see 12 people talk about stuff they dig, stuff that you might like too.

Flatnames are going to the Fringe!