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PechaKucha Night Richmond Vol. 9

City of Richmond; GDMA KPU Students

Thursday, 26 March 2015 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

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PechaKucha Night | Feed the Soul

PechaKucha is a live presentation format based on telling a story with 20 images for 20 seconds each. The evening includes 10 presentations covering a wide variety of subjects. PechaKucha Nights are informal and fun gatherings where creative people get together to share stories.

PechaKucha Richmond Volume 9 – Feed the Soul!
Thursday March 26, 2015
Melville Centre for Dialogue | KPU Richmond Campus
Free Admission
Doors 6:00 PM | Starts 7:00PM
Live Music | Refreshments | Door Prizes


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These presentations will feed your soul!

Carla Olson / Documentary Filmmaker    
Title: Musings on post-modern parody.
Description: What do the Muppets, Anton Corbijn, and Canadian Literature have in common?"

Brandon Hastings / KPU Alumni, Immigrant Services Society Board Member
Title: Beginning, middle, and ISS of BC's New Welcome House.
Description: Brandon was never going to be an artist, designer, or film-maker, but he is turning his skills into something he's passionate about anyway, and he's pretty excited about it.

Katie Stewart / Strategist at Make Creative, Creative Director of SAD Magazine
Title: Hungry for More
Description: SAD Mag's Katie Stewart on Stories, Art, Design and the perils of putting a naked man (with carrot cake in his lap) on the cover of a magazine. 

Victor Marinez / KPU Product Design Instructor, Systems Thinking Designer, Sustainability Consultant
Title: What if?
Description: How a regular life was and can be disrupted by one repeated question.

Jaeger Mah / Videographer, YVR Resident Storyteller
Title: Fly with me.
Description: How I won the opportunity to live in the Vancouver Airport.

Josh Gibbons / KPU Alumni, Financial Analyst and Project Manager
Title: Getting There
Description: Making meaningful decisions

Michael Altshuler / Richmond Violin Maker
Title: My world through the violin.
Description: How the beauty of the violin has influenced my life experience and led me from Russia to Canada.

Alexa Loo / 2 time Olympian (Snowboarding)/ Richmond City Council Member
Title: Results vs. impact.
Description:  How one Olympian made meaning and created impact with her journey.   

Patrick Tubajon / Owner and Creator of Gudrun Tasting Room, Steveston
Title: A good run.
Description: A simple forced change can enlighten not only the problem but it can affect almost every aspect of running a restaurant.

Christine Terpsma / Program Co-ordinator at Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust  
Title: Bridging the gap.
Description: How local farmers support conservation of wildlife and soil resources on agricultural land in Delta, BC.

Master of Ceremonies
Garry Yuill / KPU Accounting Instructor / Owner of Yuk Yuks Comedy Club

Intermission Performance by The Wishbone
A Richmond-based musical group consisting of five talented musicians.

Have questions about PechaKucha Night Richmond Vol. 9? Contact City of Richmond; GDMA KPU Students

When & Where

KPU Richmond Campus
8771 Lansdowne Rd
Richmond, BC V6X 3X7

Thursday, 26 March 2015 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

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