Past Cleveland Event: VOL 34

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VOL 34

June 20, 2019
@ Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

On June 20th, 2019, Cleveland, Ohio will kick off a weekend of celebration with PechaKucha Night: Waterways, a groundbreaking event featuring presentations from thought leaders from around the world! We hope you and your friends will join us! 

You do not want to miss this event, reserve your free ticket now: 

Taking place in the 5,000 seat open-air Jacobs Pavilion amphitheater on the banks of the Cuyahoga River, this event is taking place 50 years after the last time industrial pollution caused a U.S. freshwater river to catch fire.  This blaze on the Cuyahoga River, which feeds the Great Lakes, triggered a national reckoning on water policy and led to the establishment of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

While all PechaKucha events are special, this one is certain to be above and beyond expectations. Presenters will be coming in from all over the world and PechaKucha Founders Mark Dytham and Sean Smythe will traveling from Tokyo, Japan and Chicago, Illinois respectively to co-host with our local PKN Cleveland team!

Presenters from Ethiopia, Uganda, Lebanon, Vancouver, Minneapolis, Detroit and Cleveland will be leveraging the rapid-fire PechaKucha format to share diverse perspectives on how communities around the world can re-think their relationship with the world's more important resource. 

PechaKucha Cleveland has held over 30 events in the past 10 years and globally over 3 million people have attended PechaKucha Night events! This event is 100% free and open to the public due through the generous support of the Cleveland Foundation and partnership with LAND Studio.

Mark Dytham
Architect & PechaKucha Night Founder, Klein Dytham architecture in Tokyo
Pat Conway
Great Lakes Brewing Company in Cleveland
Taraneh Meshkani
Sadhu Johnston
in Vancouver
Adib Dada
in Beruit
Saul Kliorys
in Cleveland
Chuck Stokes
in Detroit
Cordell Stokes
in Cleveland
Sharon Day
in Minneapolis
Kizito Johnson
in Kampala