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Pecha Kucha networking session
Monday, July 2, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM (BST)
Bristol, United Kingdom
Facilitators: Carolyn Hassan & Penny Evans (KWMC), Lesley Featherstone (Creativity Works)
Join Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC), Creativity Works and a host of artists, creative practitioners and commissioners for a Pecha Kucha-style session of networking, presentation and conversation.
Pecha Kucha was devised in Japan and has a simple but effective format: each speaker shows 20 slides or images for a maximum of 20 seconds each. This is a great opportunity to share your work and hear what others are up to.
There are 10 presentation slots available in the Pecha Kucha session. To apply, e-mail your name and a summary of what you’d like to present - no longer than 140 characters, the maximum length of a Twitter update - to firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is part of the coCreate programme, which aims to inspire and enable further understanding of the social impact of creative work. Run by Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC) and Creativity Works, these forums are designed to support and develop the work of socially engaged artists, creative practitioners and organizations.
When & Where
Knowle West Media Centre
Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC) is a charity and arts organisation based in South Bristol. For over 15 years they’ve been supporting communities to access digital technologies and arts activities – and get the most out of them.
KWMC runs a variety of projects and groups for young people to explore and experiment with digital media; offers a range of digital and environmental projects to encourage sustainable living; and organises a regular programme of arts activities. KWMC also has meeting, office, desk and studio space for hire.
They have been running projects and activities in Knowle West, South Bristol, since 2002. In 2008 local residents and young people were involved in designing the strawbale KWMC building, making it environmentally sustainable and accessible to everyone.