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  • Pecha Kucha Night Brussels Europe

    Pecha Kucha Night Brussels Vol. 13 will take place in Bozar on May 6th, in association with the Human Cities Festival.

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    The list of speakers planned for Pecha Kucha Night Brussels Vol. 13 taking place in Bozar, opening the Human Cities Festival:

    _ Brigitte Grouwels - Minister, Transportation and Mobility a.o., Brussels Region
    _ Sergio Honorez - Editorial Director, Editions Dupuis, radio chronicler, ...
    _ Evelyne Huytebroeck - Minister, Environment and Energy, Brussels Region
    _ François Jégou - Designer, SDS, an ideal Human City
    _ Avi Laiser - Architect - AL/Arch, Tel Aviv
    _ Emmanuel Lambion - B-1010 the 20th Brussels Borough
    _ Ezio Manzini - Social Innovation and Sustainability, Politecnico di Milano
    _ Anna Michalska - Visual Artist
    _ Alexander Muspratt-Williams - Bespoke Bollywood
    _ Natacha Nicora - Football Barcelona's Lionel Messi
    _ Josep M. Serra - Santa & Cole
    _ Antoine Tshitungu Kongolo - Congo BD Strip
    _ BUUR, Bureau voor Urbanism, Leuven
    _ Esquisse Commune - Ecole d'Architecture Horta La Cambre ULB

    Please note that speaking order will be given during the evening of May 6th. For the festival programme, check Human Cities Festival

    Pecha Kucha, which is Japanese for the sound of conversation (bla bla), is a series of show-and-tell evenings for designers, architects, artists and creatives, started by Klein Dytham architecture in Tokyo in 2003 and now in 200 and plus cities worldwide. The Brussels edition is launched and organised by Alok Nandi, Architempo, as part of {creativity*conversation} series. It attracts a wide audience. The 11th PK was at Kaaitheater. The 10th PKN was part of Post-Flux at Bozar. The 9th Pecha Kucha Brussels took place at Recyclart, on Sept. 19 at 20:20, in connection with the Design September programme.


    The concept: each speaker has 6 minutes 40 sec. for a presentation in 20 images. Each image is on screen for only 20 seconds. No more, no less.
    20 images x 20 seconds each. Tempo, story, tension, show-and-tell.

    Pecha Kucha Brussels Vol. 13
    6th Mary 2010, at 20:20
    We recommend that you arrive half an hour early.


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