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One Day I WILL Go - Pecha Kucha Night Wellington #04 -

I love everything about these nights and I know I'll love them even more if actualy got along to one!

Pecha Kucha Night Wellington #04

PKN_WGN_04 // 25 november 2008 // Paramount Cinema, 25 Courtenay Place, Wellington City // doors open 7.30pm / start 8.20pm // $9 on the door (cash only)

Come and join us for our last Pecha Kucha Night in Wellington for the year 2008.

Pecha Kucha - which originated in Tokyo - is a unique, rapid-fire format in which each speaker shows 20 images, each for 20 seconds. With each presentation lasting just 6 minutes and 40 seconds, the audience experiences an exhilarating variety of ideas and projects.

We put together a great line-up of speakers for you to enjoy:

  • Craig Stevens // Scientist // Environmental turbulence - or how to capture ephemera for a living
  • Suzanne Tamaki // Fashion designer // about natives in fabulous frocks
  • Heather Galbraith // Curator // A wish list for an exhibition which may never happen (here)
  • Roger Walker // Architect // ‘IRREVERENT INSERTIONS’ ?
  • Simon Hames // Prop maker // about making props and world of wearable art costumes
  • Duncan Sarkies // Writer
  • Natalie Robinson // Oceanographer // A life on ice
  • Christopher Kelly // Architect // the coral reef -the aggregation of an architecture culture
  • Dick Whyte // Musician
  • Rhys Morgan // Animator // The Gravy: making a TV show about creative New Zealanders
  • Andy Morley-Hall // Photographer // Witnessing The Woolshed
  • Tim Bollinger // Writer/Cartoonist // On the life and philosophy of W.B. Sutch
  • Ron Hanson // Writer // Nam June Paik the legendary Korean multi media artist
  • Kent Blechynden // Photographer // capturing musicians

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If you want to be a presenter at one of our next Pecha Kucha Nights, please send an email with the subject "WellingtonPresenters" to

Hope to see you there -

your Pecha Kucha Team Wellington #04
Pitsch Leiser and Luka Hinse

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