London Pecha Kucha Night
Hmm. No Valentine's plans just yet? Join the club.
Fortunately, Pecha Kucha, the rapid-fire format presentation event where speakers get to show 20 images, and for just 20 seconds per image (so each speaker has only 6 minutes and 40 seconds), is back in London. The Embassy of Japan (101-104 Piccadilly) is hosting a special Valentine's night event, at 6.30 on Thursday 14 February, celebrating a fusion of Japanese and British culture. Speakers include:
Jonathan Barnbrook - graphic designer; Kenichi Iwasa - filmmaker; Julia Lohmann - designer; Maria Marshall - artist; Claire Merry - Japanesey; Emi Miyashita - artist; Emiko Oki - designer/ceramicist; Sachiko Paris - vision Hairdressers; Christopher Purvis - Japan Society; Fenna Haakma Wagenaar - architect.
You may have to already be on the Pecha Kucha mailing list, we're not totally certain. If you want to try your luck: email [email protected] with "Pecha Kucha Valentine's Night - PK" in the subject, giving your name, email address, telephone number and affiliation within the body of the message.