PECHAKUCHA NIGHT San Antonio - Vol.9
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:45 PM (CST)
200 E. Grayson, STE 110 -- SA. TX
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Note: Pre-sale tickets have sold out. However, there are still about 150 non-reserved seats available on a first come first serve basis.
Pre-sale Reserved Seating Tickets
for PechaKucha Night San Antonio on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH.
Pre-sale tickets will end at NOON on Feb. 19th.
Pre-sale tickets are limited to 130.
Please print your ticket, bring to event and check in at the
PreSale Registration Table.
You will be given a wrist band signifying you are to be in the Black Chair Reserved Seating area. This will entitle bearer to a reserved seat.
BE SURE TO BE SEATED BY 7:20!
1st come...better seating! (First couple of rows are set aside for Presenters, AFSA Board members, Young Leaders Board, Emcee & PKN Committee.
Please note, no refunds or credits will be given, even if all 130 allocated presale seats are not completely sold.
General admission on FEB 19th 6:30 pm is still $5 at the door.
Rick + Angela Martinez cinephiles
Joey Fauerso + Riley Robinson artists
Jake Zollie Harper + Amada Miller glass blower and arti
Kristin + Clay Hefty architect and contractor
Paul Sartory + Peggy Howe chef entrepreneurs
Kristy Perez + Britt Lorraine artist and choreographer
Nicolette Good + Jesse Basham musicians
Ken Little + Cathy Cunningham-Little artists
We are thrilled, surprised and appreciative of the growth and support for PechaKucha Night San Antonio.
We look forward to another great evening celebrating
San Antonio's Creativity by Creatives!
When & Where
Design Foundation of San Antonio (formerly the Architecture Foundation of SA)
WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF CHANGING OUR NAME -- WE CELEBRATE ALL AREAS OF OUR BUILT ENVIRONMENT!
Our new Mission is under construction.
The Architecture Foundation of San Antonio's mission is to educate the public regarding architecture, the building arts, and design.
Complementing the educational mission of the Foundation is the goal to educate the public regarding the cultural, aesthetic, and historical significance of the unique urban history of San Antonio and to preserve, celebrate, and nurture the legacies of Texas, Mexico and the San Antonio region.
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