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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!


Featured Presentation

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Angie West-Robinson

Executive director of the African American Heritage Society (AAHS) in Pensacola

Angie West-Robinson shares about her journey of celebrating heritage with the African American Heritage Society.

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Art and Audience

@ VOL 7 ON SEP 10, 2016

Mariah McKay discusses the relationship of an artist to their audience and shares her experience as a performance artist. 

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Breaking Stereotypes

@ VOL 7 ON SEP 10, 2016

Pensacola Urban Sketching founder, Sara Olmar, shares the struggles and triumphs of being a female artist with Autism. 

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Communication is Key

@ VOL 7 ON SEP 10, 2016

Regina Baker, an artist of many forms, explains how art and sign language help her autistic son express himself.  

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The River

@ VOL 7 ON SEP 10, 2016

Artist/ Musician/ Author/ Psychologist, Michael DeMaria, describes his journey as a Psychonaut trying to bring authenticity into the world and into his life.  

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Puppy Love

@ VOL 7 ON SEP 10, 2016

Jenny Bilbrey, President of SouthBark Animal Hospital, shares inspirational stories of shelter dogs that have saved her life as much as she saved theirs. 

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A Study of Community

@ VOL 7 ON SEP 10, 2016

Writer and community builder Cheryl Chastain provides insight on how communities are developed. 

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John Sunday and the Significance of his House

@ VOL 6 ON MAY 14, 2016

The City of Pensacola has a tremendous opportunity to preserve a monumental piece of its past, and tell a side of our history that has as of yet been largely untold. Christopher Satterwhite presents a talk is about John Sunday, and the cultural significance and importnat effort to save his house. A historical Pensacola figure, a self made free man of color that decided to stay in the deep south and fight for his beliefs and his place in society.

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Breaking walls

@ VOL 4 ON DEC 12, 2015

Speaker Dagny Taggert talks about how we can trespass boundaries. By using the world as our canvas, one can often times surpass personal limitations and changing one's own perception of the self.



Media Post

Pensacola State College- The Corsair

PSC instructors extend teaching outside of classroom

By Jay Pham
Students of Pensacola State College (PSC) are fortunate to have instructors that engage the students and are willing to go the extra mile to engage with the community.
PSC instructors Amber Carey and Andrew Barbero, along with four other participants, presented at the innovative PechaKucha (PKN) Volume 11 event held at First City Arts Center on Jan. 6.
The theme of Volume 11 was “Celebrate!” bringing together presenters and audience members of diverse backgrounds to discuss different aspects of that topic.
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About the City's Organizers

  • Felipe Munoz

    I like to think, listen, instigate, create, ask questions and travel inside my on mind or around the world. I love my wife, my life and my dogs.

  • Rebecca Carlson

    Rebecca is currently available for freelance work and can be found regularly contributing to the Pensacola News Journal. She is a former contributing editor for the Pensacola State College (PSC) student publication The Corsair. She is currently pursuing a B.A.S. degree in business and management with a concentration in graphic design at PSC and has received an A.A. in journalism from the same school. She has lived and traveled throughout the U.S. and abroad. Experiencing each of these culturally rich locations has inspired her to expand upon her love for storytelling. In her spare time, she enjoys being active in the community by volunteering with PKN Pensacola and the non-profit organization Open Books Bookstore and the Prison Book Project.