Devised in Tokyo by Klein Dytham Architecture, PechaKucha (the Japanese phrase for “the sound of chitchat”) started as a night for creative people to meet, network, and discuss their projects. The catch: each person gave a presentation containing only 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds, for a total presentation length of six minutes 40 seconds. These constraints challenged presenters to clarify their ideas and match each thought with the perfect image. Since then, PechaKucha Nights are held by a global community of over 700 cities and the presentations have become just as diverse.
PechaKucha Night Galway will return tonight for our 8th and largest instalment to date. this FREE event will feature 10 presentations exploring subjects matters that will include, travel, photography, health, architecture, art, personal journeys and much more.
Kicking off at 9 tonight upstairs at Kelly’s, Bridge Street, Galway.