Pecha Kucha Night Buenos Aires Vol. 16

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On Tuesday, April 27, 2010, Ciudad Cultural Konex presents the sixteenth edition of Pecha Kucha Night, a “showcasing + networking” event created in Japan in 2003 by architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, in which 12-15 creators from different disciplines have 6 minutes and 40 seconds each to show an idea or project, through 20 images screened for 20 seconds. Once the presentations are finished, the guest artists get together to exchange their opinions, and the public is invited to enjoy some music and conversation.

The participating artists confirmed for this edition are:

Lorenzo Shakespear (design) 
Fernanda Cohen (illustration) 
Publiquest (technological marketing) 
Miguel Brea (illustration) 
Adobe (ong) 
Estamos Felices (independent record label) 
Nicolás Hardy (photography) 
Andrea Servera (dance) 
Diego Vainer (music) 
Dario Chapur (landscaping and art) 
Gerardo Richarte (informatics safety) 
Estudio Pomada (industrial design)

“Pecha kucha” (which means chit-chat in Japanese), is presented in several cities around the world, including: Amsterdam, Atlanta, Auckland, Austin, Bangladore, Bangkok , Beijing, Belfast, Berlin, Bern, Bogotá , Budapest, Buenos Aires, Buffalo, Chicago, Cologne, Copenhagen, Costa Rica, Delhi, Dublin , Frankfurt, Glasgow, Gothenberg, Groningen, Hamburg, Harvard, Helsinki, Hobart, Lagos, Linz, Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Manchester, Melbourne, Mexico city, Miami, New York, Newcastle, Oslo, Perth, Portland, Porto Alegre, Prague, Riga, Rotterdam, San Francisco, Santiago, Seattle, Seoul, Seville, Shanghai, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Sydney, Taipei, Tokyo, Toronto, Udine, Vienna, Washington DC. 

Date: Tuesday, April 27, 2010. 8 PM 
Location: Ciudad Cultural Konex. Sarmiento 3131. Buenos Aires. 
Tickets: AR$ 25. Ticketek Argentina or Ciudad Cultural Konex ticket office: Monday to Thursday 5 PM to 10 PM, Friday and Saturday 5 PM to 11.30 PM, Sunday 5 Pm to 9:30 PM.

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