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PechaKucha Night Dayton Vol. 39
April 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Let’s get together for volume 39 at the beautiful Grace Church! The PK format has inspired these eight speakers to share ideas and observations; inspirations for art and livelihood; social phenomenon and popular culture trends; and creative odysseys and life influences. As always, we want to unite our community through creativity and storytelling.
Emcees Heather Atkinson and Lela Klein
Jehanne Dufresne: “Joy!, Antidote To My Past Depression”
Bridget S. Hutt: “Strings Attached: A Love Letter to the Act of Crocheting”
Matthew Brandberry: “What’s your Why?”
Josh Weston: “Pew Baby”
Corin Brewer: “Dominating My Discomfort”
Nathan Kessler: “Resurrecting Jesus” (the statue on I-75)
Mike Mitchell: “The Importance of Context”
Sean Mitchell: “Collaboration, Community, and a Sweater”
PechaKucha Dayton is a free quarterly idea-sharing party and networking event for adults. PechaKucha, pronounced Pe – Chak – cha, Japanese for “chit chat,” is a fast-paced style of presenting using 20 slides discussed for 20 seconds each (20×20). The event is free to attend but donations will help us continue.
PechaKucha started in Tokyo in February 2003 by Klein Dytham Architecture. Dayton is one of over 1,000 official PK cities. We host a PK four times a year, attracting about 300 attendees to each event.