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  • Pecha Kucha Hamilton turns 3!

    Pecha Kucha Night Hamilton celebrates its 3rd Birthday on Tuesday August 10, 7pm.

    In what promises to be an exhilarating night, Pecha https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-cialis/ Kucha Hamilton brings together some of the best minds in the Waikato to celebrate its third birthday on August 10, held in conjunction with the Spark festival.

    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 awe-inspiring variety of ideas and projects.

    The third birthday event will feature advice on how not to design a submarine in wartime, recent experiences in Antartica, an insight into growing up on the site of a quarry and reflections on Albert Einstein’s first visit to Hollywood in 1931.

    An impressive line-up of presenters are confirmed including:

    David Gardener // Wintec Media Arts design lecturer // how not to design a submarine in wartime (back by popular demand)
    Leafa Wilson // Curator/ Concept Leader Visual Art, Waikato Museum // top twenty count down
    Simon and Kat Wade // 6Twenty // musings on their journey through the motion graphics industry
    Dawn Tuffery // Master of Arts Student // an account of the Cornish mining village Greensplat
    Geoff Lealand // Assoc Prof, Screen & Media Studies, University of Waikato // an account on Albert Einstein’s first visit to Hollywood in 1931
    David Cook // Photographer // presents ideas on misadventure
    Borden Li // Director of photography / producer IndieFilm // from design &  photography to moving image
    Mike Williams // MWDesign // humour (or the lack of) in product design
    Kate Wilson // Intellectual Property Strategist, Patent Attorney & Partner // On capturing creativity

    + much more!

    Pecha Kucha Night Hamilton vol. 06 is being held on Tuesday August 10th 2010 at the Bill Gallagher Centre, Gallagher Hub, on Wintec’s city campus, Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start ($7 door sales-cash only, limited seats available, cash bar will be operating).

    Pecha Kucha is for CONTENT and not profit.