On Friday, we went to Indy’s first Pecha Kucha night (officially pronounced peh-chak-cha) at the Harrison Center for the Arts.
The object of Pecha Kucha (which means “chit chat” in Japanese) is to give a presenter 6 minutes and 40 seconds to get their point across, to an audience that may or may not even be listening (thanks to the open bar.) To make it more difficult, the presenter is limited to using only 20 slides that will be on the screen for 20 seconds each. There was a variety of topics discussed, but my favorite was Jim Walker’s presenatation “The Big Donut.”
February 3, 2008 | Link to this post