The Stage is Waiting for YOU. Present the UNEXPECTED!
We know you have amazing, brilliant, and wildly creative things to share – and this is your chance to do it. As always, the only limitations are 20 images, 20 seconds per image, for a total of 6 minutes 40 seconds. No other rules, except – make it unexpected!
Pecha Kucha 15 will kick off Charlotte’s first annual BOOM festival, three days of art, performance and the unexpected. Be a part of starting off BOOM with a BANG.
Pecha Kucha Night Charlotte
7:00 PM on Thursday, April 7th, 2016
The Rabbit Hole, Plaza Midwood
Why you should present:
- To share your work/ideas, your visions, to express your concerns/critiques
- To challenge yourself to be concise and creative in getting your message across
- To present to a broad region-wide audience, in a casual social environment
- To place yourself among the best creative talent in town
DEADLINE for sending final presentation package: March 11
Noon (12:00 pm) on Friday, March 11, 2016
More info about presenting: www.point8.org/pechakucha/presenters/submission-guidelines
Got questions about presenting? Please ask: email@example.com
Please note: We will be limiting the total number for Vol. 15 to 8 presentations. A panel made up of artists and designers will be selecting the final list of presenters. The selection will be based on the quality of the entries, and the originality of the theme/ideas submitted. We also try to ensure the inclusion of a really wide range of media and topics.
Volume 15 of Pecha Kucha Night Charlotte is organized by Que-OS
Pecha KuchaTM is devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture
Photo credit: Carl Miller PKN vol. 14
Starting off BOOM with a BANG:
On April 8th,9th and 10th, Que-OS will premier BOOM, Charlotte’s first artist-led annual showcase of experimental/contemporary performance and visual art. This first installment of BOOM will bring together local and national acts through a collaborative weekend of performance in the Plaza-Midwood neighborhood utilizing local business spaces and performance venues. BOOM aspires to expand the reach of art and culture outside of Uptown and establish it at the “fringes” of the city. This carefully curated compilation of visual and performing arts will integrate the local community and expose Charlotte to the wealth of innovative original work created in our region and across the country.