Join in a fun night of PechaKucha presentations by interesting local people.
PechaKucha is a presentation format that is a strict 20 images projected for 20 seconds each. This keeps presentations to a brisk 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
PechaKucha Nights are held worldwide, hosts schedule about 10 speakers in an evening.
Beer and snacks will be served and it’s a fun, social evening where people might go away a little more informed about various subjects.
Speakers include –
- James Preller, on records and memory
- Karen Christina Jones, on either Callaloo Theater Company or her quest to find the first black female graduate of RPI
- Marey Paley, on her film The Neighborhood that Disappeared
- Lisa Anderson, Schuyler Flatts Reburial
- Mary Liz Stewart and Paul, founders of the Underground Railroad History Project
- Oliver Peters
- Jon Turo, beer master, Unintentional use of architecture, focusing on skateboards and bikes using the city in unintended ways–will spotlight local and world famous skate spots.
- Luke Luyckx, wandering taste-tester, “Aurora, Gluten, and Me” (something about biking across the country and eating pastries)