PechaKucha

Flurry of NEW Ideas from Metro Hall Tonight

Think of it as TED talks meets speed-dating. PechaKucha is a meeting of the minds designed to fit as many minds into one evening as possible. Originating in Japan, the unique format has since blossomed into an international movement and limits each of a bevy of consecutive speakers to 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide in order to pitch their ideas.


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Inspiring PechaKucha Night at 21C … the Mayor and 12 other Thinkers.

In my travels, I always have trouble explaining to people just how exciting it can be to live in Louisville, and nights like last night at 21C reinforce how cool it is to live here. 21C Museum Hotel hosted Louisville’s fourth Pecha Kucha event last night to a standing-room-only crowd. It was one of those evenings that made me proud to live here among such creative, innovative, and optimistic people. The Pecha Kucha started in Japan in 2003 as a way for designers to present new ideas in a forum as concise as a bento box, and the format has…