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We haven't scheduled our next PechaKucha Night yet, but in the meantime you can watch some presentations, look at our map to see if there are any scheduled PKNs in nearby cities, or have a look at the long list of upcoming events, to see if there's one you can attend!

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From Architecture to Event Planning: The Birth of the Atelier

@ VOL 2 ON SEP 01, 2018

Architect Hanan Shahin speaks about her journey from architecture school to establishing her bespoke event planning business The Atelier.  


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The story beyond the movie and its frames: discussing (If you meant to kill me).

@ VOL 2 ON SEP 01, 2018

The echo of film maker's Widad Shafakoj words stayed long with the audience as she bravely shared the stories behind her film (If you meant to kill me) which sheds the light on the issue of honor killing in Jordan.

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Nut & Ptah

@ VOL 2 ON SEP 01, 2018

Fashion Designer, Sarah Asaad speaks about her fashion brand Nut and Ptah.

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Finding Inspiration and Order, within Amman's Chaos

@ VOL 2 ON SEP 01, 2018

Architect Basel Uraiqat speaks about his creative process in encapsulating Amman through painting, technology and architecture.

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Zikra Initiative: We Exchange to Change

@ VOL 2 ON SEP 01, 2018

Rabee' Zureikat sheds the light on his initiative Zikra under the motto of (We Exchange to Change). ‬

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Kutleh: a new medium, a new stone block

@ VOL 2 ON SEP 01, 2018

Architect Rula Yaghmour speaks about her project Kutleh that repurposes the surplus from cladding tiles used in everyday construction to produce unique blocks of various forms and colors. Traces of time and stone could be beautifully seen in every design!



PKN Poster Spotlight: Amman

This week's
PechaKucha Poster Spotlight shines on PechaKucha Night Amman's vibrant artwork for PechaKucha Night Amman Vol. 3. With this stylish and enlightening design, we can envision a night of wonder and knowledge that would incite a positive ripple effect of change within the Ammani community. Let's be a lighthouse for creativity and togetherness and shine brightly for the world around us. Good luck to the PechaKucha Night Amman team and hope to see you all there!
For more inspiring posters, check out our Instagram and Tumblr.

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About the City's Organizers

  • Nama'a Qudah

    Nama'a Qudah is an architect of words and spaces, who has obtained her Bachelor's in Architecture from the German Jordanian University in 2012 and her MArch in the field of Theory and Design from the university of Nottingham in 2014. She has been filling the position of a full time lecturer at the University of Jordan since 2015, after having worked at Dar Al Handasah, Amman as a junior architect. Alongside architecture, Nama'a has a deep passion for writing and has been using words as her tool of expression since she was 11 years old. Her interests include photography, blogging, and intellectual debates.

  • Rawan Qubrosi

    Rawan Qubrosi, Architect, Environmental Design Analyst and Researcher After graduating from the University of Jordan with a bachelor degree in Architecture, Rawan did her internship at Shigeru Ban Architects, Tokyo, Japan. She returned to Jordan afterwards to work as a Design Architect. Rawan was also part of MeydanJo Accelerator as an Entrepreneur for a temporary architectural project. Rawan further developed the prototype under the mentorship of Dr. Mohammad Al Asad the founding director of CSBE. It was documented in a short movie titled “Innovation Design Fabrication.” Rawan was later selected as one the Jordanian innovators to be part of MIT Media Lab's Design Innovation Workshop in Dubai where she was funded by Wamda. She was part of the Architecture and Urban Technology Group. Rawan completed her Masters in Sustainable Environmental Design at the Architectural Association School of Architecture – London, UK. Rawan is passionate about sustainable design issues and has authored several research papers analysing passive strategies in vernacular architecture of the Bedouins in Wadi Rum, and assessing building performance through monitoring and evaluation. She also works as a part-time lecturer at the American University of Madaba.