First Thursday: PechaKucha Night
Home / Celebrate Canada’s 150th!

  October 5, 2017  | 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Program Fee: Free

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Wondering what PechaKucha means? 20 images X 20 seconds. The theme is HOME. Join us to inspire and get inspired! 

Come Home on First Thursday - PechaKucha ペチャクチャ- a chitchat about Home.

1. Glen Crawford
filmmaker, Long-time Canmore resident

2. Lachlan Mackintosh
museum director, books, wine, dad

3. Jeff Mah
curiously exploring this life we have

4. Tim Murphy
carpenter, poet, ski bum

5. Carol Picard 
retired journalist, über volunteer, overactive thinker

6 Kenny Pillipow 
human being, thinking being, climbing being

7. Susanne Ruberg-Gordon
professional musician, pianist, teacher, hockey-mom, Canmore-lover 

8. Kizzie Sutton
a social, adventurous, multifaceted being who is thoughtfully engaged

9. Margo Talbot
speaker, writer, renegade at large

What is PechaKucha? 
PechaKucha (ペチャクチャ), IPA: [petca kutca], Japanese word for the sound of conversation – English equivalent is chit-chat. PechaKucha Nights are a presentation style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each - an informal, fast paced form of storytelling. A fun gathering of community where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, thoughts, holiday snaps -- just about anything, really -- In our case the topic is “home”.

First Thursdays: Join us on the first Thursday of the month for engaging presentations to connect you to the arts and culture of Canmore. The Town of Canmore brings you artist talks, professional arts development seminars and community presentations.

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