NEXT EVENT VOL 28
Hey, PechaKucha Night Detroiters! Ready for the next installment - our 28th event in Detroit?
We're gearing up for a great collaboration with Congress For New Urbanism -- they will be in town for a weekend, and we're going to celebrate! We will be hosting a PechaKucha Night that is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, but geared to the theme of their conference - "The Transforming City" - and we are looking for local and national speakers to take on that challenge. If you're interested in a chance to present in the PKN 20slides x 20seconds format, send us your name, contact info and a few images/words about your topic to email@example.com by May 15th.
For all attendees -- presentations will begin at 7:00 sharp, and will be followed by a CNU debate at 8:30, so get there early! See you there!
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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We celebrate creative and business-minded talent that may not otherwise have an outlet to share their inspirations, creations and ways they've changed a community. PechaKucha Detroit has been providing its creative community a voice since 2008. Let's broadcast your innovation. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll tell you about our next event.
Frank Nemecek is a writer, filmmaker, and all-around pain in the [expletive deleted]. He started the Warrendale (Detroit) Blog in December of 2005 as side project to his freelance writing and video work. He did so mostly because none of the major media outlets were covering the Warrendale neighborhood in Detroit where he lives. Since then, he has been interviewed about his neighborhood on CNN Radio, Detroit Free Press, National Public Radio, The Wall Street Journal, and WXYZ-TV.