Pecha Kucha 2013

September 1, 2013  |  News

We’ve teamed up with the American Society of Landscape Architects for the Portland Design Festival happening during October. We’re showcasing and celebrating local efforts to integrate Design and Community by hosting a series of seven minute “pecha kucha” style presentations.

What is Pecha Kucha? It’s the art of concise presentations. A pecha kucha presentation is 20 slides that advance automatically every 20 seconds for a fast-paced, fun, presentation. It is about the project and the delivery! Find out more here.

Please Join Us!

When: Thursday October 10th, 5:30-7pm

Where: The Jack London Bar – 329 SW 4th Avenue, PDX, OR 


The evening will include presentations by the following:

Dan Jenkins, Public Realm Designer at SERA Architects 
– Presentation: Hillsdale Mainstreet
BD Wortham-Galvin, Portland State University and the Center for Public Interest Design
– Community Activism and how that shapes public space
Ben Johnson, Greenworks
– Cully Neighborhood
Jason King, Herrera and owner of TerraFluxxus
– Cully Park
Miriam Gee, Landscape Architect
– AVL Design Build Studio – a footbridge in the River Arts District
Kerry Langford, Langford Designs
– OSHU’s Sam Jackson Accessible Pathway
Terah Beth, Our Happy Block
– Our Happy Block



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