PechaKucha Night NYC

PechaKucha, or “chit chat” in Japanese, is a concise presentation style, comprised of twenty slides at a duration of twenty seconds each that advance automatically. PK Nights invite creative thinkers of all fields to meet, present projects, and exchange ideas in this 20 x 20 format in over 1000 cities around the world.

Our largest annual PechaKucha event, this NYCxDesign special invites forward thinkers to speak about COMMON SENSE in the current political and environmental climate. Topics are always a surprise until night of – join us for a great and unexpected evening of storytelling.

Confirmed Presenters:
Sebastian ErraZuriz, Artist
Weston Walker, Studio Gang Architects
Maria Aiolova, Terreform ONE
Wes Rozen, Situ Studio
Jae Shin, Hector
Gabriel Gianordoli, The Office for Creative Research
and more!

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Cite: "PechaKucha Night NYC" 09 May 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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