Portsmouth, NH (PRWEB) November 05, 2015
On Thursday, November 12, PechaKucha Portsmouth will be celebrating its 23nd event at 3S Artspace. The evening will be filled with originality, innovation and connection with others, as the eight 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. While donations are accepted, the gathering is free and open to the public. However, space is limited so advanced reservations are recommended. To reserve your ticket, visit http://www.3Sarts.org.
The line-up of presenters is a dynamic group with diverse topics that include: Dan Freund, Digital Content Producer; Scott Kuckler, Photographer; Lucinda Clarke, Cut Paper Artist; Nancy Pearson, city council member-elect & director of ArtSpeak; Jim Salge, photographer, educator, blogger; Jenna Malloy, Artist/Custom Cake Decorator; Roger Goun, Photographer, and artist Kirsten Reynolds. 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: Film Unbound and JSA Architects.
The PechaKucha Portsmouth coordinating committee consists of individuals who represent a variety of community organizations. Members include: Mallory Parkington, Jerry Monkman, Ashley Smith, Brett Davis, Christopher Greiner, Celeste Ladd, Leila Murphy, Susan Schwake, Mike Teixeira and Anne Weidman. If you are interested in joining, please contact Leila Murphy at 207-701-1666.
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 contact Mike Teixeira at info(at)NHpkn(dot)com or 978-335-4072.
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 800 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.