At PechaKucha Springfield #9 on February 10 at The Moxie, nine people will tackle the 20×20 challenge to creatively present topics related directly, culturally, or only remotely related to Climate Change.
Drawing its name from the Japanese term for conversation, the 20 x 20 format keeps ideas moving at a rapid pace. Presenters have 20 images and 20 seconds per image, a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds, to tell their story. PechaKucha Night is an event to share ideas and experiences in an open source environment. The idea is to come away from the event with a greater perspective and richer ideas, but most importantly, to enjoy oneself in the process.
This is a non-profit free community event — donations to The Moxie for their digital projector upgrade are appreciated. There will be time for networking and casual conversation at intermission. Please invite your creative friends!
February 10, 2013 at The Moxie, 431 S. Jefferson Ave., #108
Doors open at 6 p.m, presentations start at 6:30
Wendy Anderson, Biology professor at Drury University – Censoring CLIMATE needs to CHANGE
Rebecca Clarke, The Library – Edgar Allen Poe: Changing the Climate of American Literature
Greg Burris, City Manger of Springfield – Changing the Climate of Civic Engagement
Bob Jones, Psychology professor at Missouri State University – Adapting Ourselves to the World We Have Built
Justin Gault, Artist – Quantum Love Manifold
Dan Chiles, Rockspan Farm – Building with Light
Scott Sauer – Squidfoo Art Gallery and Hacker Space and the Red Bull Challenge
Ted Keller – Senior Meteorologist at KOLR
Roddy Rogers, City Utilities water treatment and supply manager – Water – a Global View
MC – Meganne Rosen O’Neil
poster design – Carla Stine
For more information visit the local website:
and PechaKucha Springfield’s site on the international PechaKucha network of over 500 cities around the world: