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Pecha Kucha (OAW edition)

  • A. Herrndorf Place, National Arts Centre 1 Elgin Street Ottawa, ON, K1P Canada (map)

Schedule: Register to attend

  • Doors open: 06:30pm

  • Main event: 07:00 pm — 10:00 pm

PechaKucha 20x20, originating from Japan is a storytelling format, where presenters narrate 20 images, each automatically advancing every 20 seconds, to a total of 6 min. and 40 sec. per presentation.

This is a casual event attracting creatives of all walks of life to meet, present, and share ideas. Expect to be see inspiring, personal, and sometimes political exposés, featuring what Ottawans are up to.

This year the theme is RE, where representatives from both architecture, design, and research communities will share their perspectives on Ottawa’s Resiliency, Recycling, Rebuilding, Reclaiming, Remembering, and more.

Join us at the Peter A. Herrndorf Place, located at the beautiful National Arts Centre.

Presentations will be preceded and followed by an informal gathering with drinks and light snacks.


Credits

National Arts Centre

The National Arts Centre collaborates with artists and arts organizations across Canada to help create a national stage for the performing arts, and acts as a catalyst for performance, creation and learning across the country. A home for Canada’s most creative artists, the NAC strives to be artistically adventurous in each of its programming streams – the NAC Orchestra, Dance, English and French Theatre, as well as the Scene festivals and NAC Presents, which showcase established and emerging Canadian artists. The organization is at the forefront of youth and educational activities, offering artist training, programs for children and youth, and resources for teachers in communities across Canada. The NAC is also a pioneer in new media, using technology to teach students and young artists around the globe, by creating top-rated podcasts, and providing a wide range of NACO concerts on demand. — NAC

Learn more: nac-cna.ca

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