Pecha Kucha | March 27th at 6pm
Come enjoy an evening of short presentations by our beloved professors today,Thursday March 26th, 6pm at Monigram Coffee Roasters! Pecha Kucha is a quick fire presentation, 20 slides, 20s per slide, for a total of 6m40s. PechaKucha is actually a registered tradename of Klein-Dytham Architecture (KDa), who devised the format back in 2003. Why this 20×20 format? Because architects talk too much! Give a microphone and some images to an architect (or most creative people for that matter) and they’ll go on forever! Pecha Kucha is a fun and informal exercise in getting to the point.
When I was in undergrad, it was a great way to get to know my professors, to see the work their are involved with and to hear about their interests. Anything goes really; it’s all about sharing. It’s a lot of fun, and one of a the few times that students and faculty get together and socialize! Some free appetizers will be provided. Dinner is available for purchase, and there will be a cash bar.
Tonight presentations will be given by Professors Don McKay, Marie-Paul Macdonald, Rick Haldenby, Terri Meyer Boake, Robert Jan Van Pelt, Adrian Blackwell, Val Rynnimeri and Adjunct Professor Jonathan Tyrrell.
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