Fri, Oct
18

Design Art Tokyo x PechaKucha Night Special

9:00pm – 4:00am
¥2,000 (on the door)

‘PechaKucha’ is a visual storytelling platform that simplifies the artful process of inspiring others. Japanese for “chit-chat,” PechaKucha is a style of presenting ideas, knowledge or passion in an easy and memorable way. The format is simple, visual and short: 20 images x 20 seconds.’ PechaKucha Nights were started in Tokyo in 2003 by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham architecture and have since spread across the world to over 1200 cities!

PechaKucha Night Tokyo will co-host a very special event on October 18th at PLUSTOKYO in Ginza to help kick off DESIGNART Tokyo 2019. The special guest presenters will include fashion designer and knitting visionary Motohiro Tanji, Italian Designer Analogia Project and Perrier Jouët collaborator, Andrea Mancuso, Art director and “Hairism” artist Asako Taki, Jerusalem-based Curator/Designer and “match-maker”, Daniel Nahmias and collaborating Artist and Industrial Designer, Bar Horowitz, as well as award-winning visual artist, Kohei Kyomori, and others, all representing the cutting edge of the world of Design and Art.

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