MARCH 14, 2014
El miércoles 12 de marzo, en la Galería Café ImaginArte se realizó el PechaKucha Night Huancayo vol.11, el primero del año. Allí compartimos ideas, experiencias y emociones con los doce ponentes y todos los asistentes. Una noche en la que descubrimos nuevos talentos y conocimos más de sus vidas, hasta una pequeña clase sobre la Prehistoria, para no olvidar el colegio.
OCTOBER 14, 2011
Here's a look at the recent PechaKucha Night in Huancayo Vol. 8, with a few photos and a report sent to us by organizer Robhert Pimental.
PechaKucha Night Huancayo Volume 8 took place in the Casa de la Cultura’s Auditorium of Huancayo (our city). It started at 7.30 p.m., with the participation of Pablo Saldarriaga in animation and direction. Eight exhibitors, quite entertaining topics: design, architecture, photography, literature, art and web design. We had about eighty attendees, many of them supporting “fans” of the event. For this volume we had one more sponsor more, and as usual, it was organized by the Whynot magazine team, with support from the Centro Cultural de la Universidad Continental And as always, Pablo Saldarriaga, national actor and musician, accompanied us in the animation and presentation of exhibitors.
MARCH 24, 2010
PKN Huancayo Vol. 2 Tonight
PechaKucha Night in Huancayo Vol. 2 happens tonight (March 24) at the Universidad Continental's auditorium on Real street. The event will also see the launch of the 5th edition of WhyNot magazine -- PKN Huancayo organizers are also part of the magazine's editorial team.
DECEMBER 16, 2009
PechaKucha Night had its debut in Huancayo earlier this month, and from what we hear, it was a great launch. Organizer Robhert J. Pimentel Sulca sends in this report.
The first volume of PechaKucha Night Huancayo, in Peru, was a success. We got professionals, entrepreneurs and students who talked about different and interesting topics. For example, Sandro Bossio talked about Old Huancayo in 20 views; Romy Chavez talked about an environmental crisis in Huancayo and solutions; Josué Gabriel talked about "Hawapacha" (The Outside World); and Nilo Inga talked about movies in Peru... and these are just four of the ten presenters.