Pecha Kucha Night
Hello dear friends,
As an active member of the local creative community, I thought you would be interested in an upcoming event — a local Pecha Kucha 20×20.
If you haven’t heard about Pecha Kucha Nights, they are an informal and fun gathering of local creatives to share ideas and stories, usually revolving around the local community. The name ‘Pecha Kucha 20×20’ comes from the night’s presentation format, where presenters show 20 images for 20 seconds each during their talk.
These nights are always so much fun, and a great way for creative-minded people from all walks of life to discover the history and future of our wonderful city.
Our next local Pecha Kucha is being held on September 12th from 6-8:30 pm at the Violet Crown (1606 Alcaldesa Street) — and it’s completely free to attend!
The event is sponsored in part by AIA Santa Fe and Friends of Architecture. I’m honored to be presenting about R/UDAT, the AIA’s participatory design project that gave us the Santa Fe Railyard Community Plan. You may remember a blog post I published about that story earlier this year.
This is a project that is dear to my heart, and was the planted seed that eventually grew into the award-winning, well-loved community space we have today. I very much look forward to talking about it at Pecha Kucha Night.
I’ll be joined by other local artists, architects, business owners and more at the event — and you as well, I hope! I would love to see you there.
If you have any questions, please visit the link below or send me a message and I would be more than happy to answer them.