Portsmouth, NH (PRWEB) June 05, 2015
On Thursday, June 18 PechaKucha Portsmouth will be celebrating its 22nd event at the newly opened 3S Artspace. The evening will be filled with originality, innovation and connection with others, as the seven selected presenters share their work, ideas, and creativity with the audience in the traditional PechaKucha format – twenty images, with twenty seconds for each image. Doors will open at 7:00pm for drinks and chitchat and presentations will begin at 7:30pm. The gathering is free and open to the public, however space is limited so advanced reservations are recommended and can be made online starting June 1at http://www.3Sarts.org. Donations will be accepted. 3S Artspace is located at 319 Vaughan Street in Portsmouth, NH.
The line-up of presenters is a dynamic group with diverse topics that include: Bob Farrell, carpenter and artist; Kristy Martino, co-owner of Haigh + Martino and political activist; Pamela duLong Williams, renowned painter; Kathleen Toomey, vice president of marketing of RiverWorks; Noreen Owens, somatic educator; Kevin Talbot, local nature photographer, and life coach Heidi Bellamente. The em-cee for the evening will be Mike Teixeira. PechaKucha Night Portsmouth is grateful for the sponsorship support of the event, including Series Sponsors: DeStefano Architects and Tangram 3DS. Supporting sponsors for the event are: 233 Vaughan Street and JSA Inc.
PechaKucha Night is an international phenomenon, now taking place in over 800 cities around the world. This unique presentation style was devised in Japan in 2003 among enterprising young designers who wanted to meet and network while learning about each others work with the 20 slides, 20 seconds for each image presentation format. It’s concise, appropriately brief, and loads of fun.
The PechaKucha Portsmouth coordinating committee consists of individuals who represent a diverse group of community organizations. Members include: Brett Davis, Christopher Greiner, Celeste Ladd, Leila Murphy, Susan Schwake, Mike Teixeira, and Anne Weidman. The committee is always looking for new energy to join the team, so to find out more please call Leila Murphy at 207-701-1666.
Save the date for Thursday, June 18, 2015. For directions, visit http://www.3Sarts.org. Stay connected with us at http://www.nhpkn.com or at http://www.facebook.com/PechaKuchaNightPortsmouth. For general information, questions, or interest in volunteering, please email info@NHpkn.com or call Leila Murphy at 207-701-1666.
PechaKucha (Japanese for “the sound of conversation”) has tapped into a demand for a forum in which creative work can be easily and informally shown. The concept has grown into global demand – without any pushing – as PechaKucha Night has spread virally to more than 790 cities around the world. For more information, visit http://www.pecha-kucha.org.
About 3S Artspace
3S Artspace is New Hampshire’s first nonprofit, multidisciplinary contemporary arts space. To be comprised of four spaces — a mid-sized performance venue, non-commercial art gallery, restaurant, and affordable artists’ studios — 3S will foster the creative community and engage and educate the community at large. Focusing on emerging, innovative and unconventional arts, 3S will feature local, regional and nationally and internationally recognized artists, presenting accessible, high quality programming across multiple media. As a dynamic cultural gathering place for the Seacoast region and beyond, 3S will provide artists and the public affordable locally-sourced dining and a welcoming venue for professional development, networking and the discussion and exchange of ideas. For more information about 3S, please visit http://www.3sarts.org.