Design & Identity, Powered by PechaKucha
Presented by ASLA Oregon & Depave
Intrigued by the intersection of local identity and design? Join us for a casual evening to explore how a spectrum of design disciplines relate to our identity through a series of fun and fast paced presentations by some of Portland’s finest.
The Oregon Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects and Depave, in partnership with PechaKucha Night Portland and Design Week Portland, proudly present the third edition of this exciting PechaKucha style speaker series.
What is PechaKucha? It’s the art of concise presentation. PechaKucha 20×20 is a simple presentation format using 20 images that advance automatically every 20 seconds. It’s a great way to tour many topics.
Please join us for great discussion and light drinks!
When: Thursday, April 21, 6-7:30, doors @ 5:30
Where: Hatch Innovation: 2420 NE Sandy Blvd
Presentations, emceed by Cameron Whitten, include:
- This Body was Made for Walkin’ by Linda K. Johnson
- Portland at Night: We Could Be Amazing by Jeff Schnabel
- Whole Systems Design for the Productive Landscape by Laurie Mooney
- Buried in Plain Sight: Revealing Willamette Falls by Carol Mayer-Reed
- Hope & Fear in SE Portland by Linda Wysong
- Less Boring by Gage Hamilton
- Spinster Studies: Living Single in the City by Nicole DeJong
- Pioneering American Bonsai by Ryan Neil
- First Stop Portland by Nancy Hales
Get your ticket online & save!
$5 ONLINE | $10 AT THE DOOR