Our theme is 'Inspiration' and we've got perhaps our most dramatic venue to date!
Inspiration is a fascinating thing...
For the Creator/Artist/Designer/Maker/Leader it's an on-going battle. It's their need to constantly strive to push forward, change things, make things better…their addiction to experience the thrill of ‘that moment’ where they find the thing they have been searching for…and they just know it’s right! There’s no need to check with anyone else, they just feel it…that knowing…through-and-though, balls to bone!
To the observer/viewer/audience it's something that can catch them a little more off guard. It’s an instant of knowing, gone in a flash, as quickly as it appeared…but they are forever changed. The brief moment when the haze fades and all becomes clear…those things that stop you in your tracks…an experience that pulls you from your reality somewhere beyond…an interaction that takes you to a place you didn’t even know existed!
I'm sure you know the magic of which we speak...book now to ensure you don't miss out!
Andy Brown - Photographer
'You're Not Alone - Documenting the Children's Hospital'
Augustinas Naslenas - Artist
'Photography - Real of Surreal?'
Craig Birch - Marketeer
Pennie Raven - Entrepreneur
‘I may be in the…’
Tim Renshaw - The Archer Project
’How did they do that’
Carl Hutton - General Manager
The Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul
Chris Dymond - Digital Innovation Specialist
'Ideas Worth Spreading'
James Boardwell - Director
Vol #10 Venue
We're very proud and excited with our incredible venue for Vol #10,
ladies and gentlemen, we give you...
So return your seats to their upright and locked positions, buckle-up & get ready for the PK Ride of speakers, videos and live entertainment...tickets OUT NOW!
When & Where
Pecha Kucha Sheffield
...a business social that's more a night out...
...it'll get your heart skipping and your mind racing!
Pecha Kucha, meaning ‘chit chat’ in Japanese, is a global, viral phenomenon running in over 800 cities across the world. Sheffield became the 300th PK City on the Planet in April 2010 and has run 16 events at 14 different venues to date.
The evening is based around the 20x20 format, which was first started in Japan in 2003 by the architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham. Each presenter uses 20 slides, set to auto advance every 20 seconds to present their subject or showcase their work.
by Jonny Douglas and Pennie Raven