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Past Orlando Event: VOL 18

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VOL 18

July 08, 2016
@ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
PechaKucha Orlando returns to the city's new world-class performing arts center for another night of brilliant presentations. We're "Breaking the Surface" with leaders from the Orlando community, talking about homelessness, local history, skateboarding as social action, musical notation, interracial dating, magic, and personal reinvention!
 
TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE:
https://www.drphillipscenter.org/
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Who Killed the King

BY KOSTYA KIMLAT
@ VOL 18 ON JUL 08, 2016

"I am going to tell you a true story, that I made up."

In "Who Killed the King" from PechaKucha Night Orlando Vol. 18, Magician Extraordinaire Kostya Kimlat embarks on a fun-filled journey into the hidden stories that lie in plain sight in a deck of playing cards. Kostya goes on to share his mindblowing theory about the card of King of Hearts with us, touching on the European history, the history of card making and his own assumptions.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2016.

Ama McKinley
Initiated Orisha Priestess in Atlanta
Andrae Bailey
President and Chief Executive Officer Central Florida Commission on Homelessness in Orlando
Julian Chambliss
History Professor, Rollins College in Orlando
Michelle Jones
Musician/Educator, Violectric, Inc. and Strings Etc. in Orlando
Bob Kodzis
Artist, Creative Catalyst, Facilitator, Performer, Philanthropist, Human Being, Flight of Ideas, Incorporated in Orlando
Kostya Kimlat
Keynote Speaker, teaching groups how to Think Like A Magician™
Alejandro Musa
Skateboarder & Director of Community Relations at Getaboard Foundation. in Orlando
Marc Middleton
Rebranding Aging™, battling ageism, and smashing stereotypes by telling the stories of ordinary people living extraordinary lives, Founder and CEO of Growing Bolder® and Bolder Broadcasting, Inc. in Orlando
Shawn Welcome
National performance poet/author. Founder and host of "Diverse Word" the longest running open mic in Orlando