From handwriting to co-housing, the 35th volume of Pecha Kucha will be held on Wednesday, May 9th a the Dayton Metro Library at 7:30pm. Doors open for seating at 7pm.
This PK will be hosted by the library’s own Megan Cooper, who will introduce eight speakers who will bring stories, expertise, and personal history to life in PK style, which means 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each.
Between sets of speakers, enjoy a PK networking break with beer, wine and other refreshments. As always, PK is free to attend and donations are welcome. Street parking surrounding the library will be free. The library’s underground parking garage will be closed.
From handwriting to co-housing you’ll learn and experience something new from each speaker:
Judd Plattenberg – Time Capsule in Lonaconing MD
Tim Kambitsch – Reimagining Works
Ann Bain – The Vital Importance of Handwriting
Mike Huff – AIA Student Design Competition
Ann Kim – Tran-Siberian Railroad Journey
Amy Kollar Anderson and Kate Huser Santucci – The Art of Collaboration (or How to Not Freak Out When You Change Another Artist’s Work)
D Ralph Young – World War II in the Pacific
Chip Williamson – Archi-sociology: Co-housing
Poster art by Amy Kollar Anderson and Kate Huser Santucci.