PECHA KUCHA NIGHT TRNAVA

Our project is going to take a part at Pecha Kucha Night event! You will see us on 6th of March at 7:30 p.m. in Trnava synagogue – the center of contemporary art.

Line-up:

Peter Chmela (winner of Trnava triennal poster) – graphic
Free Trees – handmade bags
Katarína Janečková – fine art
Marek Párajka – bike design
MOOV – beats club night
Provocation Bureau – creative studio
Juraj Marec – Slovak Art Magazine
Martin Jankura (pyrodesign) – design
Illah van Oijen – photography
Martina Slováková & Cukru – visual art
Jana Kapelová – fine art
ASIL – association of Slovak ilustrators

This event is organized by OZ Publikum.sk with the help of Jan Koniarek GalleryTrnava Self-governing Region and media partners City of Trnava and Trnava-live.sk.

Entry fee: 2 euros.

What is PechaKucha ?
PechaKucha 20×20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images.
The presentation format was devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham architecture. The first PechaKucha Night was held in Tokyo in their gallery/lounge/bar/club/creative kitchen, SuperDeluxe, in February, 2003. Klein Dytham architecture still organize and support the global PechaKucha Night network and organize PechaKucha Night Tokyo. With PechaKucha Nights now happening in over 500 cities around the world, we have discovered that most cities — not just Tokyo — have virtually no public spaces where people can show and share their work in a relaxed way. If you have just graduated from college and finished your first project in the real world, where can you show it? It probably won’t get into a magazine, and you don’t have enough photos for a gallery show or a lecture, but PechaKucha is the perfect platform to show and share your work.

What makes a good PechaKucha?
Good PechaKucha presentations are the ones that uncover the unexpected — unexpected talent, unexpected ideas. Some PechaKuchas tell great stories about a project or a trip. Some are incredibly personal, some are incredibly funny, but all are very different, and they turn each PechaKucha Night into “a box of chocolates.”

More about PKN here…