RETN Executive Director Scott Campitelli examines how communities around the world are envisioning a new digital media landscape that is designed for people and stories rather than commercial interests. PechaKucha Night Burlington, Volume 16, was held at the Fleming Museum.
PECHAKUCHA NIGHT Burlington is presented by the Fleming Museum, Burlington City Arts, Shelburne Museum, and the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center. Media services are provided by RETN. Additional support from Seven Days.http://www.pechakucha.org/c...
PechaKucha Night (PKN) is a worldwide phenomenon that began in 2003 in Tokyo. It offers the opportunity for a broad range of participants to present their projects, ideas, and passions at a fun, informal, and fast-paced gathering. Drawing its name from the Japanese word for the sound of "chit chat," PKN uses a quick and concise 20 x 20 presentation format that allows presenters to show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. Presenters describe their project as the images forward automatically.
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