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08 DEC

NEXT EVENT VOL 11

Join us for Volume 11! Any topic is fair game. 20 images x 20 seconds each. It's so much better than networking.

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Creating a presentation: UPDATE

Each PechaKucha presentation consists of 20 images shown for 20 seconds each - they will auto-advance as a slideshow, so there is no going back, pausing, or skipping around.


  • Please use PowerPoint - if you don't have it, skip to the next section.

  • Choose 20 images, one for each slide

  • Slides can also be text, but text is best kept to a minimum so it doesn't distract from your talk. Try an intro and/or closing slide with your name and contact info (these count toward your 20 images).

  • After your slides are created and organized, make sure your slideshow is set to auto-advance after 20 seconds - no mouse-click needed. (In PowerPoint, this is under the "transitions" tab. Make sure you click Apply to All so each slide gets the same timing.)

  • TEST your slideshow several times.

  • PRACTICE the presentation if you want what you're saying to line up with certain images.

  • Once the slideshow is set the way you want it, share with me via Dropbox.com or similar file-sharing method.

  • I upload the presentations as videos to YouTube and run from there on the night of the event.


OR - if the above has you scratching your head, never fear.

  • choose 20 images

  • make sure the file names indicate their order, ie "01 Sheehan.jpg" "02 Sheehan.jpg" etc.

  • Share them with me via a folder on Dropbox (www.dropbox.com) or your favorite file-sharing method.

  • I'll make the PowerPoint (no frills or fanciness, but I'll include your name) and upload the video for you.


Questions? pechakuchanjpa@gmail.com
Need ideas, inspiration, guidance? https://www.pechakucha.org/watch
 
 
 

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About the City's Organizers

  • Liz Sheehan

    Liz Kelton Sheehan is an educator and independent curator of contemporary art with particular interests in public, interactive, and interdisciplinary projects. Most recently, she developed a furniture-based sculpture show for the Hunterdon Museum of Art in Clinton, NJ, and an exhibition on painter Katharine Steele Renninger for the Michener Museum in Doylestown, PA.