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Pecha Kucha Night Oakland
Thursday, October 10, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
The New Parkway Theater
474 24th Street
PechaKucha 20x20 is the simple presentation format where artists, designers and community innovators show 20 images, but speak to each slide for only 20 seconds.
This is the 3rd official Pecha Kucha Oakland Night and will be a fun gathering where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, and passions in the PechaKucha 20x20 format.
Join us for a night of local artists and community movers and preview work from people that will be participating at the Life Is Living Festival on 10/12.
Our panel speakers will be:
- Marc Bamuthi Joseph - Yerba Buena Performance Arts Director, Life Is Living Festival Co-Founder
- Favianna Rodriguez - Artist and Founder of Culture Strike
- TooFly - Artist, Designer & Curator
- Nancy Hernandez - Water Writes Mural Project Director; Estria Foundation
- Ayesha Walker & Eddie Zazueta - YouthRadio.org
- Rachel "Pixelina" Escoto - Street Photographer
- Eric Arnold - Community Rejuvenation Project (CRP) Director
- Andre Rosario - Ride It or Die, Bike "Making old bikes better than new!"
- Diana Alonzo & Tyrese Johnson - Attitudinal Healing Connection (Youth Photography Program)
Pecha Kucha Night Oakland is an event of the PRISM: Urban Art and Culture Festival.
For More information go to: Estria.Org
When & Where
Estria Foundation / Mele Murals
Local artists, youth, and other members of communities spanning the eight major islands of Hawai`i create a series of large-scale outdoor murals focusing on Hawaiian lyrics (mele) that explore mo`olelo `aina (stories of place) and cultural and historical heritage.
The mission of the Estria Foundation is to create art in public spaces with artists, youth, educators, and activists in order to raise awareness and inspire action in the movement to resolve human and environmental issues.