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23 OCT

NEXT EVENT VOL 37

Just the facts:

Who: you

What: PechaKucha New Haven (#37): The Older But Younger Edition

When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Where: Long Wharf Theater, Stage II, 222 Sargent Dr, New Haven, CT

Time: Doors open at 6pm and the talks begin promptly(ish) at 7pm.

Drinks and food will be for sale

 

We need presenters, and you need to present (whether you know it or not)—a match made in heaven. Information is here or just sign up here

 

 

Embellishment:

 

We had so much fun last year working with City Wide Open Studies that we decided we would be fools not to do it again. On Wednesday, October 23, PechaKucha New Haven lands at Long Wharf Theater, Stage II, at 222 Sargent Street. It is sure to be the best evening you have ever spent in your life (you really need to get out more). The theme of the evening is “Older, But Younger” and some of the talks will probably even relate to the theme.

 

Add this to your calendar!  Bring your friends, lovers, enemies even. (Always good to keep them close). At the heart of a PechaKucha night is community + creativity, and everyone loves a little of that. The format of a PechaKucha talk is simple: The speaker has 20 slides automatically advancing every 20 seconds while they talk or sing or, even dance.  Their call.    The rest of us are the supporting crowd hungry for their words and images about their ideas, work, poetry, research, designs, vacation, or passions.

 

While you are planning out your October activities, check out the City Wide Open Studios site for other opportunities of awesomeness: https://artspacenewhaven.org/cwos-home/

 

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NEW HAVEN Blog

PechaKucha's New Haven

Connecticut's local entertainment portal CT.com recently published a recap of PKN New Haven's Vol. 15 (check out their event page for some great photos), and looks forward to their Vol. 16 -- coming up this Wednesday, April 17.
Here's a snippet from the article:


On a Wednesday night, Orange Street's Bentara is overflowing with people. Some are seated around the Malaysian restaurant's long tables, talking loudly and waiting for food to arrive. Others sit in rows of chairs arrayed in front of a projector screen that hangs on a high brick wall. But most people are talking in tight clusters, some pushed up against a small bar, and as more patrons trickle in it's becoming clear that tonight's event will be standing-room only...

Check out CT.com for the full write-up.

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