PechaKucha Night Vancouver


Celebrating Creatives in 20 slides x 20 seconds.Presentation format where presenters show only 20 images for only 20 seconds each - a 6 minute and 40 second dose of ideas before the next presenter is up. It is a fun and informal 120 minutes of culture, ideas, creativity, passion and opinions.





Volumes


Vol. 56    -    2024.02.15    -    Vancouver Playhouse

Vol. 55    -    2023.09.14    -    Vancouver Playhouse

Vol. 54    -    2023.06.21    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 53    -    2023.03.09   -    Vancouver Playhouse

Vol. 52    -    2022.11.16      -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 51    -    2022.09.15     -    Rio Theatre
Vol. 50    -   2019.11.07    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 49    -    2019.06.27    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 48    -    2019.03.21    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 47    -    2018.11.29    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 46    -    2018.10.18    -    Vancouver Playhouse

Vol. 45    -    2018.05.08    -    The Vogue Theatre

Vol. 44    -    2018.02.18   -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 43    -    2017.09.21    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 42    -    2017.06.08    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 41    -    2017.02.09    -    Vancouver Playhouse
Vol. 40    -    2016.09.08    -    Granville Island Stage

Vol. 39    -    2016.05.12    -    Granville Island Stage
Vol. 38    -    2015.10.16    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 37    -    2015.09.23    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 36    -    2015.02.19    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 35    -    2014.11.27    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 34    -    2014.09.18    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 33    -    2014.07.03    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 32    -    2014.03.20   -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 31    -    2014.01.30   -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 30    -    2013.11.20   -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 29    -    2013.09.20    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 28    -    2013.06.13    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 27    -    2013.04.11    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 26    -    2013.02.28    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 25    -    2013.01.31   -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 24    -    2012.11.23    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 23    -    2012.09.21   -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 22    -    2012.06.21    -   Vogue Theatre
Vol. 21    -    2012.04.26    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 20    -    2012.02.29    -   Vogue Theatre
Vol. 19    -    2011.11.24    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 18    -    2011.10.20    -   Vogue Theatre
Vol. 17    -    2011.06.23    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 16    -    2011.04.28   -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 16*    -    2011.04.16    -    The Cascade Room

Vol. 15    -    2011.02.24   -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 14    -    2010.11.25    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 13    -    2010.10.30    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 12    -    2010.06.23    -    Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Vol. 11    -    2010.05.26    -    Van. Convention Centre
Vol. 10    -    2010.04.08    -    Vogue Theatre
Vol. 09   -    2009.11.26    -    The Park Theatre
Vol. 08   -    2009.10.29    -    The Park Theatre
Vol. 07   -    2009.09.17    -    The Interior Design Show
Vol. 06   -    2009.05.21    -    The Park Theatre
Vol. 05   -    2009.03.26    -    The Park Theatre
Vol. 04   -    2008.11.20    -    The Park Theatre
Vol. 03   -    2008.10.23    -    The Park Theatre
Vol. 02   -    2008.06.13    -    Vancouver of Museum
Vol. 01   -    2008.05.07    -    Vancouver of Museum




Mark



TO MEET,
INSPIRE AND
GET INSPIRED.




About PechaKucha

Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat”, it rests on a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: each presenter shows 20 images for 20 seconds each - a 6 minute and 40 second dose of ideas before the next presenter is up. It’s a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.

PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. It has grown into a global event held in 1300 cities around the world, inspiring creatives worldwide.

PechaKucha Night is for content and not profit. Visit PechaKucha HQ to learn more about this global network.


About PechaKucha Vancouver

In Vancouver, PechaKucha Night is a fun and informal hour and a half of culture, ideas, creativity, passion and opinions. 

PechaKucha Vancouver was started by Cause+Affect and it is currently organized and produced by Open Format Arts & Culture. Big love to Steven, Jane and the Cause+Affect staff.


Marianne Amodio - MA+HG
Caroline Boquist - Walrus.

A shout out to our amazing PechaKucha hosts, Marianne Amodio, MA+HG Architects and Caroline Boquist, Walrus. We are grateful to have this dynamic duo introducing our speakers.


About Open Format Arts & Culture

Open Format creates social, community-minded events that offer presenters a platform and audiences inspiration. 

We believe in the magic and the wisdom of real world stories, people and experiences. People can often feel disconnected from community life in the city and seek more meaningful interactions. Our intention is to bring people together, and improve our community’s wellbeing.

Follow us as we begin to plan our 2024 calendar.
Open Format Arts & Culture.





To find out more about us

Watch presentation videos on our Vime Page
Event photos on our Facebook Page
Follow us on Instagram: @PechaKuchaVancouver


Say Hello ︎

Contact us at pechakucha@openformatstudio.com


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We recognize that our events are produced on the traditional unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səlil̓wətaʔɬ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.