NEXT EVENT VOL 26
To celebrate the end of another successful year, PechaKucha Night Detroit will partner with IES Detroit (the Illuminating Engineering Society) to present an evening of LIGHTING-themed 20x20 PK presentations!
IES will host their annual year-end dinner (tickets available separately from IES), and then the event will open free to the public for an exciting lineup of presentations. Cash bar will be available for the second half of the evening, and presentations begin at 7pm.
Join us, and kick off the holidays with some inspiration!
(Still seeking presenters with a lighting theme - send name, contact info, a few words and a few images to firstname.lastname@example.org)
BY GABRIEL EMBEHA
@ VOL 16
ON AUG 21, 2013
Emblem, I is a transmedia story told via a wide variety of objects, events and participants worldwide. It includes a novel, a feature film and a number of performance pieces. The enigmatic Gabriel Embeha gives us a peek into the alternate world he has created.
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