Twenty images and for each image twenty seconds to say what you want to say, for a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds of sharing. PechaKucha, which in Japanese means “chit-chat,” first began in 2003, and has spread around the world as a way to share ideas in a concise and creative format. Our own Gallery One in Ellensburg has been hosting PechaKucha evenings every four months since 2014. If you have the opportunity to attend a PechaKucha evening, I highly recommend it- it is fun, stimulating, and a great way to connect with your community.
Each Pecha Kucha has a theme, and in March the theme was “on being human.” I was invited to do a presentation, and I would like to share it with you:
Hope you enjoy it!