Past Aberdeen Event: VOL 13

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VOL 13

November 17, 2015
@ The Belmont Filmhouse

Join some of Aberdeen’s most inspired minds for an evening of short talks in the PechaKucha format.

PechaKucha means ‘chitchat’ in Japanese and the format was created by two architects who were fed up with lengthy presentations. PechaKucha runs in over 650 cities around the world. PechaKucha nights bring together art, design, research and fresh ideas.

PechaKucha #13 in Aberdeen will feature a range of speakers from different backgrounds on the topic of 'Being Human'. Stay tuned to this page for more info! 

PechaKucha in Aberdeen is co-ordinated by the Public Engagement with Research Unit at the University of Aberdeen. Interested in talking at a PechaKucha night? Please get in touch! 

https://www.facebook.com/PechakuchaAberdeen 

Fiona Noble
Research Student in Aberdeen
Eleanor Peers
Academic researcher in Social Anthropology, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen
Jennifer Holden
Researcher, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen
Luca De Siena
Lecturer, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen
Lorna Muir
in Aberdeen
Fiona McLean
PhD Student, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen
Liam Mc Morrow
PhD Student, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen
Georgia Brooker
English Teacher, Aberdeen City Council in Aberdeen