Pecha Kucha is a quarterly storytelling event that brings people together to present and discuss new ideas around sustainability topics. Each season, several people from the community give presentations that challenge people to think differently about the environment, culture and each other.
This fall event coincides with our Money and Meaning Summit, therefore many of our presenters will be speaking on the meaning of money in both our individual lives and broader cultural and societal contexts.
Presenters each have 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide to discuss. Slides are automatically timed to be exactly 20 seconds with the total time for each presenter is 6 minutes and 40 seconds. This keeps the pace fun & exciting.
$5 suggested donation.
Read more about these nights on our Pecha Kucha page!
Doors open @ 5.00
Presentations begin @ 5.30
Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store
(just off the courthouse circle, on HWY 64W)
Want to present your exciting and important idea? Have something you feel 6 minutes and 40 seconds worth of passion about? Submit!
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Strict Guidelines, Please Read: Presentation Guidelines.
View Summer 2015 Pecha Kucha presenters and presentations.
Gary Phillips – “Art in the Age of Climate Change”
Alisa Esposito – ” The Eleventh Round – An Economic Parable”
Carol Hewitt – “Buying the Farm”
Paul Finkel – “Liquidity: The Key to Financial Strength”
Frank Phoenix – “Your Money or Your Life”