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Thrilled to have Konishi Gaffney, designers of the Edinburgh Pop-up-Cities Expo pavillion speaking at v.34 on Friday


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Delighted to have Felicity Bristow artist and architect participating in our next session.


Looking forward to HERE+NOW participating in v.33

"WE ARE A SMALL TEAM PASSIONATE ABOUT MAKING PLACES BETTER"


We will be joined on Friday by giant of the Scottish jazz scene for some 30 years Phil Bancroft...

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Thrilled to have Paul Robertson of Lust and the Apple for v.33. Paul will present The Periodic Table of Bowie.The work an exhibit within the 2013 V&A David Bowie show is currently on a world tour to Tokyo, Bologna, Groninger, Montreal, Berlin, Chicago, Paris, Melbourne, Sao Paulo, Ontario.....

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Delighted that Robert Powell will join us for v.33. Robert is currently exhibiting at Edinburgh Printmakers with his show 

Species of Space : The Amazing Visible City

Well it's been quite a week in the run up to our Festival Pecha Kucha.

Two presenters puled out through ill health, one fainting in a supermarket and requiring to be stiched up the other having a wisdom tooth extracted on the afternoon of the event.

Revised line-up:

Mario Cruzado, filmmaker

Richard Demarco, impressario

Jim Haynes, bon-viveur

Marion Preez, landscape architect

Oana Stanciu, artist

Paulina Sandberg, artist

David Seel, architect

Katarina Corbet, environmental geographer / sociologist

Alan Brown, artist

 

Image of Jim Haynes in his Paris studio -

 

Pecha Kucha EDI v.30: Thu 20th August 2015 @ Gayfield Creative Spaces

 

Programme shaping up for our Edinburgh Festival Pecha Kucha, confirmed so far:

Alex Allan, artist

Mario Cruzado, filmmaker

Richard Demarco, impressario

Jim Haynes, writer / bon viveur

Haftor Medboe, composer, educator, guitarist

Marion Preez, landscape architect

Nina Schildhauer, curator

Oana Stanciu, artist

Rebecca Wober, architect

 


 

Edinburgh's March event took place at the University of Edinburgh's Inspace research center and was focused on the Future. PKN Edinburgh Vol. 22 saw biologists, solar energy researchers, economists, artists, and city planners talk on infrastructure and society to come. 

Photographer Chris Scott captured numerous photos from the grand event, and has a slideshow of them up on his Flickr account. 

To see snaps from PechaKucha Nights near you and from all over the world, check out our Global Map.