Singapore’s 1st Pecha Kucha Night

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SMU students with the support of MTV Asia, will be organizing Singapore’s first Pecha Kucha Night for creative talents on Friday, 11th April.

Pecha Kucha, which is Japanese for chatter, was first started by Tokyo-based architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham in 2003, and is an informal way for young designers to meet and share new ideas in the official Pecha Kucha presentation format of 20 slides displayed for 20 seconds per slide. The organic concept of stimulating creativity in a relaxed, no holds barred platform has since spread to major cities around the world.

An exciting line-up of creative talents will present and share their ideas at the inaugural Pecha Kucha night and include: Mark Wee, Annex A Architect and designer for Majestic Hotel, Andrew Lo, Creative Director for On-air Promotions for MTV Asia, Steve Lawler, Creative Director for Kult, Holman Chin, General Manager for Viscion Media, Keshav Sishta, Photograher, Mun Hon, Engineer by day, soap maker by night and Justin & Jerry, designers at HJGHER.

A must-attend for anyone wanting to be part of the local creative scene!

Friday, 11 April from 8:20pm to 10:20pm at Frujch, School of Information Systems, SMU.

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