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Pecha Kucha comes to Dayton

You are invited to an idea party with some very lively creative thinkers.

What::   (pe ‘CHAWK cha, Japanese for “chit chat”) is a platform for artists, engineers, architects, designers and writers—people of all kinds and backgrounds—to share their thinking and show their work to you!

When:: Thursday, August 27, 2009
Doors open at 6:30 pm for mingling, program begins at 7:20 pm

C{space, 20 N. Jefferson St.
(downtown Dayton between 3rd & 2nd Sts. Parking behind building)

How much::
$20 includes program, food and beer.

About the evening: We’re lining up our speakers now: an artist, a green gardener, an imagery analyst, an actor/writer, designer, architect, an international business professional and a screenwriter are getting ready to share their 400-second creative manifestos for your visual and auditory pleasure. Expect a little chaos and beer to go with that.

About the format: PK’s fast-paced, informal “20X20” style—20 slides at 20 seconds each, means no speaker has the stage for more than 6 minutes 40 seconds. So never a dull moment! And presentations are interspersed with socializing.

About Pecha Kucha: In 2003, Tokyo-based Klein Dytham architecture created a format for creative types to meet and share their work, thoughts and inspirations. It was such a hit, Pecha Kucha Night has grown to include over 200 cities worldwide.

How to sign up: We need a head-count! Click the button at the upper right to RSVP, or simply email Jill Davis at JDavis@DesignForum.com. You can pay (cash only) at the door.
Please forward this invitation to your friends!

2 Responses to “Pecha Kucha comes to Dayton”

  1. David Lyttle says:


    How did the Idea party turn out?

    Will you be holding another one in the near future?

    Have you had them before?

    Will the proceedings of the August Idea Party be chronicaled somewhere?

    I’m just a guestioning kind of guy.

    Best Regards and have an invigorating day!

    David Lyttle

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