Wednesday, January 15, 2014

PechaKucha 20/20 Night Arcata Theatre Lounge Saturday

It's an artsy thing where presenters use 20 props, art works or pictures and they each get 20 seconds of time to tell a story about each one.

Admission ifs free if you buy 5 dollars in food or beverage so it's a cheap night as far as that goes.
Here's the skinny on the whole affair:

PECHAKUCHA, ARCATA 20/20

Saturday, January 18
Arcata Theatre Lounge
Doors at 6:30 PM
Presentations at 7 PM
FREE with minimum $5 food or beverage purchase
All ages

700 Cities Worldwide & now in Arcata!

PechaKucha Arcata 20/20 is a global phenomenon and new local event that brings community members of all ages together to share their ideas, passions, art, work, experiences and stories. Four times a year, PechaKucha Arcata 20/20 host a relaxed, fun evening of short presentations of 20 images with 20 seconds of narrative per image.

Presentations are by local artists, authors, healers, environmentalists, performers, storytellers, and travelers, etc and Volume 2 on Jan 18 includes:
1. Carolyn Lehman, Author     “My Unexpected Camino”
2. Michael Fields, Producing Artistic Director Dell Arte’ International
“Art. This Place. The Future”
3. Charlene Storr, Tolowa Elder     “How To Tell A Story”
4. Lauryn Axelrod, Writer & Nutritionist
“Share Gardens: (Almost) Free Food and Community”
5.James Floss, Actor and HSU Professor   “Climb Aboard the Time Machine”
6. Susan Morton, Unlimited Visual Artist     “Capturing the Light”

and Others…..

First developed in 2003 in Tokyo, PechaKucha has become an evening event held in hundreds of cities and towns around the world. All PechaKucha events are non-profit, grassroot endeavors featuring presenters that highlight the diversity and creativity of the local community.

PechaKucha presentations uncover the unexpected: unexpected talent, unexpected ideas.  PechaKuchas tell great concise stories from the heart!  Some are incredibly personal, some are incredibly funny but all are very different and they turn each PechaKucha night into a “box of chocolates”!

Visit www.facebook.com/PechaKuchaArcata or www.pechakucha.org to learn more about PechaKucha worldwide. To get involved with PechaKucha Arcata, please contact Jeffrey Steinkamp 707-834-3428 or email Gina Belton at pechakuchaarcata@gmail.com

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