On Friday, August 19th, PechaKucha Night Cleveland is partnering with our friends at Public Square to host Volume 29 in the completely re-designed PUBLIC SQUARE!!!
While everyone is hoping the rain holds off, have no fear, in the event of rain, the PKN show MUST GO ON and will be inside Old Stone Church which sits right on the Northwestern Quadrant of Public Square; one of the most beautiful and intimate spaces in Cleveland. Please keep an eye on Facebook for any weather announcements.
In a series of six minute long presentations, they will be coverings topics from the need to think differently about mental health to how art can instigate conversation around social equity and identity.
From remarkable comic book illustrations to why people are what connects us to place.
From how literature has changed the world to stories about important Cleveland architectural projects that never came to fruition.
From the role art can play in healing/medicine to a conversation about the importance of a holistic approach when working toward social change.
Hope to see you there, sign up for your free tickets now!
Because we are expecting a large turnout for Volume 29, we ask everyone to please register by purchasing a FREE ticket to the event by August 19th. Early registrants will be eligible to win one of the 50 limited edition screenprinted posters! To purchase your FREE tickets, please CLICK HERE: http://ptix.co/29wZT9U
Not sure if you can make it? That's OK - we'll be happy to see you on August 19th whether you've registered or not. But any pangs of regret about not winning one of those sweet posters will be ALL ON YOU!:) Attendees are encouraged to arrive early and bring lawn chairs for comfortable seating.
Japanese for “the sound of conversation,” this event features a succession of 10 speakers, each sharing new ideas about topics ranging from visual art, architecture, and technology to food, film, music, photography and furniture design through a vibrant 400 second long presentation (20 slides X 20 seconds each).