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We haven’t scheduled our next PechaKucha Night yet, but in the meantime you can watch some presentations, look at our map to see if there are any scheduled PKNs in nearby cities, or have a look at the long list of upcoming events, to see if there’s one you can attend!



Comedy TV in Turkey, a Primer on Schizophrenia, and a Teaser from Guatemala City

Can Yücel Metin's presentation (from PKN Istanbul Vol. 14) is all about a comedy TV series called Aye, Thanks! that airs Friday nights in Turkey. He is an actor on the show, as well as a writer.

Presented as part of a special PechaKucha Night that was themed on "schizophrenia," Philippe Conus is a psychiatrist who used his presentation (in French, from PKN Lausanne Vol. 8) to cover all aspects of the disease, debunking many aspects that are mistaken by many.

Today's additions to the Tumblr blog include posters for PKN Azores Vol. 3 (above), PKN Sunshine Coast Vol. 10, PKN Victoria Vol. 4, PKN Norman Vol. 2, PKN Melbourne Vol. 15, PKN Perth Vol. 10, and PKN Buenos Aires Vol. 17, 18, and 19.

Photos and video
Here's a small photo gallery [Flickr] for last June's PKN Toledo Vol. 2 -- above, a look at the venue (Toledo Public Library). We also have a video to share, in the form of this teaser video for the upcoming PKN Guatemala City Vol. 2 (set for September 27).


Tonight's (August 29) PKNs are the following: PKN New Haven Vol. 13, PKN Tampere Vol. 7, and PKN Providence Vol. 41. Tomorrow, it's a big Thursday with these 5 events: PKN Sevilla Vol. 13, PKN St. Petersburg Vol. 21, PKN Christchurch Vol. 15, PKN Xalapa Vol. 12, and PKN Nashville Vol. 8.

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About the City's Organizers

  • Zoe Scrogings

    Zoe has extensive experience working as a Creative Producer, Arts Manager, and community cultural development artist within Australia and Asia using the arts as a tool for social change. She has developed programs in partnership with local, state and federal government as well as education, health, welfare and cross-cultural contexts. Currently her creative work is focused on digital technology and culture, which has seen her travel to India delivering ‘info-activism’ workshops at the 2012 International AIDS Conference Official Hub The Sex Worker Freedom Festival in Kolkata India, for sex workers and their allies. Prior to this Zoe was awarded an AsiaLink Arts Management Residency where she worked with the Makhampom Foundation (Thailand) working on the coordination team for the Reunion/Exchange and International People’sTheatre Forum 2011, 10 days of cross-cultural collaboration, dialogue, exchange and celebration. Zoe developed a process for on-line dialogue and exchange prior to the event, the workshop exchange and public art installation. In 2009 Zoe finished her 6 year appointment as Artistic Director/CEO of Contact Inc, Brisbane based youth arts and cultural development company, to have her first child. Under her leadership the organisation grew to become internationally recognised for an award wining body of work at the intersections, of art, culture, community and peace-building. Her visionary approach to funding and artistic programming, saw the organisation receive significant long-term investment from state, federal and philanthropic funding including becoming a Key Producer with the Australia Council for the Arts. Her love of cross-cultural and cross-art from collaborations was inspired by a residency she undertook in 2003 with The Mirror Foundation where she developed a Theatre In Education program for Ahka Hilltribe women and children in Chiang Rai, Thailand. As a lead artsworker for Arts Access Australia, Zoe travelled to East Timor to develop leads for a new project Humutuk (Connections), and has worked at Sunshine Coast Regional Council as a Development Officer for Creative Communities coordinating SmartArts+ a capacity building and professional development program for creative practitioners and businesses within the region. Passionate about turning idea’s into reality, Zoe has recently established Holy Cow! Creative where she is a consultant for artists, social entrepreneurs and decision makers in not-for-profit organisations. Some of her clients include LESC – Leaders in Education, Schools and Computing where she delivers training to teachers and students in using digital media and apple products in the classroom, The Creative Alliance – Sunshine Coast coordinating Professional Development Workshops and NSWP – Global Network Of Sex Worker Projects.

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