PechaKucha 20×20 – Dayton – Vol. 28 – PK and the Machine Thursday, 22 Sept 2016

Dayton PK Night volume 28-posterIf you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know I’m a huge fan of Pecha Kucha Dayton- a local event run by three South Parkians.

This is a local event of a global network of events. It’s free (including the beer and wine- donations accepted) and it’s fun- and you may learn something. If you still don’t know what PK is- I’ve included three videos at the bottom of the post that explain it- and why. One follows the format- 20 slides, 20 seconds each- the other- is a TED talk-and longer (he doesn’t quite practice what he preaches), and the last is a PK about making a PK that is a little more academic version.

This event will be a little different- like a tent revival. The next one will be at the Masonic temple… in about 3 months.

Here’s the details from the global site:

Gosiger is going to put up a tent and invite us to party at their place! (McDonough + Bacon) We can’t believe our luck! Not only do we have a venue that’s exciting the heck out of us, we have a tantalizing assemblage of presenters lined up. Now, this list is still tentative, but it’s looking really great. And–oh yeah–our emcee will be Jason Antonick.

  • Aili Bresnahan – Dance: what and why
  • Brynn Delange – Bearded dragons
  • Crystal Lake – Artisanal products inspired by literature
  • Arch Grieve – Sarajevo, Bosnia
  • Joel Pruce – a Ferguson, Missouri, project
  • Yvette Kelly-Fields – Blame it on the Funk
  • Juanita Darden-Jones – the arrival of Downtown Brown what led her to open Third Perk
  • Todd Muskopf – Boudoir photography Glamour portraits and survivorship
  • Randi Levinson – sexuality

Plus, we’re hoping to snoop some history on the folks at Gosiger, a century-old, family-owned machine tool, engineering and automation joint. They are kind of awesome.

Source: PechaKucha 20×20 – Dayton – Vol. 28 – PK and the Machine

And, here are the videos I promised:

See you there Thursday night.

7:30 PM
108 McDonough Dayton OH 45402

 

Save

Save

If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed! If you wish to support this blog and independent journalism in Dayton, consider donating. All of the effort that goes into writing posts and creating videos comes directly out of my pocket, so any amount helps!