PechaKucha is back in Tel Aviv!

by Dalit Nemirovsky | 25.11.12

PechaKucha is back in Tel Aviv!

2 rounds | 4000 viewers | 6 minutes and 40 seconds

Sunday | December 2nd | Hangar 11, Tel Aviv Port.

PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. Today, PechaKucha events are taking place in more than 570 different cities around the world making it the world’s largest non-profit art movement.

Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat”, it rests on a unique presentation format – PechaKucha brings together artists from different disciplines (design, architecture, art, photography, philosophy, music and more) on one stage.

Each artist has exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds to showcase his/hers/theirs creative and visual perception. Not a minute more, not a second less. It’s a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace. In PechaKucha world all are equal. Well known artists get the same exposure as artists at the beginning of their career. 6 minutes, 40 seconds. Done.

Images from the upcoming Tel Aviv PechaKucha: 

Participating artists in the upcoming PechaKucha event: Lahav Halevi, Eyal Shani, Adi Savran, Tomer Yosef, Family on the road, Yaron Steinberg, Liron Kroll, Nadav Bagim, Group etc., Tal Erez.

The initiators of PechaKucha Tel Aviv, Anat Shafran and Itay Mautner act as curators and hosts of the evening and run the show together with Production and marketing company – Faza. Today, PechaKucha Tel Aviv is the largest PechaKucha in the world with 4000 tickets sold each time at record speed.

Sunday | December 2nd | Hangar 11, Tel Aviv Port

1st round |19:30 

2nd round | 22:15

Tickets will be available starting November 25th, at 12:00 exactly!

Tickets can be purchased in the four branches of LOVEAT CAFE and on the Web site:

Ticket price: 30 NIS


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