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Past Providence Event: VOL 47

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VOL 47

February 27, 2013
@ The Spot Providence

Announcing the 47th Pecha Kucha Night in Providence! This month's event will be held at the Spot Providence (on tour at 101 Richmond St, 2nd Floor, Providence, RI). We are looking forward to checking out the changes to the place since we were there last in 2012, and the crew over there are so warm and welcoming you know it will be a great PKN! 

As always, admission is FREE!!!

The theme this month is....

warmth

This month's line-up of presenters will be announced closer to the date....

If you need additional information or wish to present at this/ora future PechaKucha Night, email us at providencepkn@gmail.com!

We hope to see you on the 27th!!!

If you haven't heard of this global yet unpronounceable phenomenon, Pecha Kucha is a monthly format for sharing ideas, in which presenters are allotted 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide. Put simply: 6 minutes and 40 seconds of adult-style show & tell. It began in Tokyo in 2003, has since spread to over 463 cities worldwide, and first landed in Providence in March of 09.

***Doors open at 7:20, presentations start at 8:20, and shmoozing goes down throughout.***

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Live Well, Not Cheap

BY JAY DAVANI
@ VOL 47 ON FEB 27, 2013

Jay Davani talks about being frugal, and being, “a Boss.” She gives a list of tips for getting more quality and goods for less money, and how to live confidently. From music, to make-up, to more essential goods like food, she explains how to save money but still live well.

Sound Note: Crowd noise is heavy for the first 10 seconds or so.

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Rock & Reel

BY MIKE RYAN
@ VOL 47 ON FEB 27, 2013

Mike Ryan talks about Rock & Reel, a local arts project that works with musicians and filmmakers to create collaborative works. The project groups musicians and filmmakers randomly into pairs, and gives them 3 days to create a narrative work together.

Sound Note: Crowd noise is heavy for the first 10 seconds or so.

 

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Memorial for The Station

BY G. WAYNE MILLER
@ VOL 47 ON FEB 27, 2013

G Wayne Miller gives a memorial presentation for the victims of The Station nightclub fire, and talks about the impact this tragedy had on the survivors, as well as the families of the victims.

Sound Note: Crowd noise is heavy for the first 10 seconds or so.

G. Wayne Miller
Author, filmmaker, Providence Journal staff writer. in Providence
Mike Ryan
in Providence
Jay Davani
in Providence