Pecha Kucha Vol 2 Thursday March 4th @ UH College of Architecture Bldg


Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010
Doors open at 6:30 pm for drinks and chit chat. Talks start at 7:30 pm.

Location: The Atrium in the UH College of Architecture Bldg

Pronounced “peh-chak-cha’’, a mix of show-and-tell, open-mike night and happy hour, it has become the forum for ideas on design, culture and a lot more that has swept the world in just four years now having taken place in over 200 cities globally.

Each presenter is allowed 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds each – giving 6 minutes 40 seconds of fame before the next presenter is up. This keeps presentations concise, the interest level up, and gives more people the chance to show.

What do we have lined up for PK Vol 2? Neuroscientists, Graphic Designers, Artists, Architects and Industrial Designers. And thats only half the roster!

The event is FREE and open to the public. Cash bar.
Seating is limited so get there early.

RSVP Here- Pecha Kucha Vol 2

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Joshua Gowin – Neuroscientist
Andrea Grover – Curator/Artist
Brenden Macaluso – Industrial Designer
David Morris – Programmer/ Artist
Zach Moser – Workshop Houston
Derek Rankins – Photographer
Brittanie Shey – Writer/Journalist
Judith Uzcategui – Designer/Illustrator
Abram VanElswyk – Designer
Tito Vargas – Architect/Student
Andrew Vrana – Architect

Sponsored by
UH College of Architecture Alumni Association
with support from AIGA Houston

Parking directions

– exit Cullen
– turn right on Cullen
– turn left at 1st light, Elgin St.
– turn right into UH Entrance 18
– the Architecture Building is straight ahead
– to park, turn right at stop sign
– turn right into parking lot 16B

To obtain a visitor parking permit, visit the Information Center at Entrance 1 on University Dr. or the Information Center on Cullen Blvd near the Athletics/Alumni Facility.There is metered parking in the first row of lot 16B , and there is gated visitor’s parking in lot 16F

By April Guzik
Published February 25, 2010
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