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12 NOV

NEXT EVENT VOL 23

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EVENT INFORMATION & CALL FOR SPEAKERS
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このたび 2016年11月12日(土)、木屋町のライブハウス「Urbanguild」にてPechaKucha Night Kyoto Vol.23(第23回ペチャクチャナイト京都)を開催します。
ペチャクチャナイトは、2003年に東京で若手のデザイナーたちが自身の作品を発表するためのイベントとして始まり、今では世界中にある900以上の都市に広まっています。
「あなたが熱く語れるもの」を求めています!
個性豊かなスピーカーの皆さんには、アイデアやビジョン、ストーリーを観客に共有して頂きたいです。アーティスト、デザイナー、活動家、発明家、クリエイターなど、様々なジャンルを超える合計10名前後のプレセンターを募集します。
■イベント情報
日時: 2016年11月12日(土) 午後7時~
会場: アバンギルド、木屋町三条下ルニュー京都ビル3F

http://www.urbanguild.net/
 
入場料: 1,500円(1ドリンク付)
**入場者多数の場合は入場出来ない可能性があります**
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We are very excited to announce the 23rd PechaKucha Night Kyoto will be held on Sunday, November 12th at Urbanguild, Kyoto. PechaKucha Night began in Tokyo in 2003 as an event for young designers to show their work and has now spread to over 900 cities worldwide.
 
"Present Your Passion"
We are hoping to host a wild and wonderful mix of artists, designers, activists, inventors and creators who can share their ideas, visions and adventures. We plan to invite approximately ten presenters, keeping in mind a balance of Japanese/non-Japanese presentations.
 
Event Info:
Date/time: Sunday, November 12th, 7pm 
Place: UrBANGUILD, (south of Sanjo on Kiyamachi)
(http://www.urbanguild.net/)
 
Admission: 1,500 yen, including 1 drink
** Free for speakers **
 
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Call for Speakers / プレゼンテーション募集
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■プレゼンテーション形式
プレゼンテーションは、20x20、つまり20枚のスライドを20秒ごとに進めて、合計6分40秒で行うものです。このイベントは、バイリンガル(日本語・英語)で進行し、皆さんのプレゼンテーションも、両言語を使用されることを奨励しています。日本語のみでのプレゼンテーションも可能ですが、キーワードや要点を簡単な英語でスライドに含めて下さい。
このイベントでプレゼンテーションをしたい!とお考えの方は、10月23日(日)18:00までに以下のフォームを記入してください。
応募フォーム:https://goo.gl/forms/XLZtdtTwzgplDgKA2
 
又は、情報をメールにて「pechakuchakyo@gmail.com」までお送りください。ご応募されました後、再度こちらから御案内のメールを差し上げます。
※応募者多数の場合は、発表者は後日メールを持ってお知らせさせていただきますのでご了承下さい。
1. 氏名、職業/肩書き
2. 簡単な自己紹介(約100文字)
3. プレゼンテーションの題目と話の内容のまとめ(約100文字)
4. 発表言語(英語・日本語)
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■ Presentation Format
Please consider joining us as a presenter for 20 x 20 -- 20 images x 20 seconds each -- a presentation and talk for 6 minutes and 40 seconds. This is a bilingual event so we encourage all presenters to use both Japanese and English as much as possible; for example, if speaking in English please try to include translations of your key points in Japanese on your slides.
If you are interested in joining us as a presenter, please fill in the following form by Sunday, October 30th, 6pm
 
Speaker Application: https://goo.gl/forms/XLZtdtTwzgplDgKA2
 
Or you can email us at pechakuchakyo@gmail.com with the following information:
 
1. Name and occupation / professional title (ex.photographer)
2. Brief introduction of yourself/short biography (up to 50 words)
3. Proposed presentation topic and summary of talk contents (up to 50 words)
4. Language of presentation (English or Japanese)
We will reply to your email with further details about presenting at PKN Kyoto.
 
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Other Information / ほかの情報
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ペチャクチャナイトについての詳細は以下のリンク先をご参照ください。

http://www.pechakucha.org/
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/ぺちゃくちゃ(日本語)

ペチャクチャナイト京都 ホームページ
http://www.pechakucha.org/cities/kyoto

第21回のPKN Kyotoの写真
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1299219993426307.1073741847.630532060295107&type=3

皆様のご参加お待ちしております。

ペチャクチャナイト京都運営チーム
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More Information on PechaKucha Night Kyoto

For more information on PechaKucha click here: 
http://www.pechakucha.org/

To see the PechaKucha Night Kyoto page click here: 
http://www.pechakucha.org/cities/kyoto

Photos from PKN Kyoto Vol.21:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1299219993426307.1073741847.630532060295107&type=3

Looking forward to hearing from you,
The PechaKucha Night Kyoto Team
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About the City's Organizers

  • Eric Luong

    Originally from Toronto, Canada, Eric Luong is a freelance translator and associate professor at the Kyoto University of Art and Design. He supports the Toronto Maple Leafs, especially when they win.

  • Masashi Seo

    奈良県生まれ。 京都市在住。 素+象sozou建築設計事務所 代表。 一級建築士。

  • Masahiro Tainaka

    ■PicnicCoordinator ■LandscapeDesigner ■タイナカ_オフィス代表 まちすべてを遊び場としてとらえ 「まちと人の接点を考える」をコンセプトに屋外の魅力的な場所をつくるランドスケープデザイナー。場所を使いこなし賑わいをつくるピクニックコーディネーターとして、 食事の提供を含めたコミュニティ活動に展開。 食と人と場所をつなげる仕組みづくりを行っている。 ■GULIGULIプロデューサー http://guliguli.jp/ ■グランフロント大阪Umekikiディレクター http://umekiki.jp/ ■弁当男子「webOSOTO」 http://www.osoto.jp/