TICKETS $15 -> http://pechakuchaadelaide4.eventbrite.com.au/
Bar and light food catering available
DATE: Friday 19th October – Two #Adelaide events for the price of one!
VENUE: Tuxedo Cat – Doors open at 19:00 – Presentations kick-off at 20:20
With MC Trent Blucher & the smooth tunes of DJ Mo Cash, presenters including sustainable city theorist and activist, ecological architect Dr. Paul Downton; SA Designer, Architect and Furniture Manufacturer, Simon Modra; The JamFactory‘s Tom Miram and Tom Moore; Woodhead Architect, Holly Whyatt; Mulloway Studio , Anthony Coup & Esther Chew; EcoJam‘s, John Baxter, Director of AIESEC (University of Adelaide), Jemma Schilling and Andrew Le with a crew of five (5), will smash out fun, quirky presentations around the theme: City Rhythms. In true 20×20 Pecha style – Each presenter will show 20 images x 20 seconds, advancing automatically, totaling 6 mins 40 seconds before the next presenter is up!
Fast-paced, entertaining and brilliant networking – Don’t miss out on limited tix for this special FRIDAY night edition of Pecha in collaboration with 5000+ – It’s set to be a kicker!
“The Seed Pod of Life” Sculpture valued at $2,400 – Kindly donated by James Worth & Dylan Harris of Greenstar Design Studio, will be auctioned at Pecha #4, with profits donated to Architecture for Humanity building a more sustainable future using design and a global network of building professionals, to bring design, construction and development services to communities in need.
“The seed Pod of Life”
“The Seed Pod of Life” derives from the tree of life. The dormant pod contains the knowledge of our ancestry. In an evolutionary world of survivalism; it is the seed that adapts to the increasingly harsh environs and shall create new life. If you would like “The Seed Pod of Life” in your office foyer, garden or home, be sure to place your bid at PechaKucha Night – Adelaide volume #4 ‘City Rhythms’ on Friday night.
The Collaborative City Exhibition: an exhibition that highlights the culmination of work developing the Integrated Design Strategy for Inner Adelaide.
An exhibition of work that a large portion of Adelaide residents and thinkers have participated in creating together! – Event Hastag #collabcity5000
The work in this exhibition is about improving people’s daily lives, improving processes and improving our urban networks as a whole.
This is YOUR CHANCE to see what the 5000+ team have been up to, engage with the team and catch your first, or another PechaKucha Night at the fabulous and truly atmospheric space that is The Tuxedo Cat.
With light snacks available from The Pigeon Island Cafe, the usual fab door prizes, artwork by Scream Creative‘s Samantha Tipler on display and Magicians roaming the crowd, #PKN4 is set to be a whole lot of great networking, thinking and drinking fun!
PechaKucha Night – NON-Profit events held in 560+ cities across the globe!
PechaKucha Nights are TOTALLY not-for profit local events held in more than 560+ cities across the world, forming a global network of like-minded designers and creatives from all disciplines. PechaKucha Night‘s are all about ‘uncovering the unexpected’, networking and having fun!
Ticket sales cover the costs of equipment only – Speakers and volunteers who put on and speak at the events do so due to their passion and commitment to Design, Creativity and the Adelaide community; they are not permitted to accept payment of any kind – Your ticket purchases simply help us to hire the equipment that enables us to share Adelaide’s creativity and people with you. Any profits are donated to Architects for Humanity. Stay connected on the Pecha Adelaide Facebook page or the groups on Facebook and Linkedin if you’d like to present and for details about collaborative projects that happen as a result of our networking and upcoming events!
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