Pecha Kucha Boston
creative people talking about creative things

Pecha Kucha Boston 4 1

Save the date. Pecha Kucha Boston 4 will be held Thursday, April 10 at 8pm in Gund Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

Piper Auditorium during the event

Electronic Max's setup during intermission

Until April, join the Flickr group and Facebook group.
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Pecha Kucha Boston 3 speakers 0

  • Ana Duran, Harvard GSD
  • Ben Fry,
  • Benjamin Fortunato and Quilian Riano, Harvard GSD re: journal
  • Daniel Paluska, MIT Media Lab
  • David Oliver, Cusp Development, Drawing Pod
  • Gretchen Schneider and Kara Peet, BAC Summer Academy
  • Kate Hollenbach, MIT Media Lab
  • Kelly Wilson, Harvard GSD
  • Marco Raab, Blank Mosseri (scheduled, but unable to attend)
  • Neil Freeman, Harvard GSD
  • Pedro Duarte Bento, B76′
  • Steven Nutter, Millery Dyer Spears
  • Wei Bao, Harvard GSD
  • Yung Ho Chang, MIT Architecture Department

T. Kelly Wilson

Daniel Paluska

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Pecha Kucha Boston 3 0

The next Pecha Kucha Boston event hosts around a dozen diverse speakers from design communities across Boston. Pecha Kucha Boston 3 is Friday, February 22, 2008 at Gund Hall, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA. The event is free and open to the public. Presentations start at 7pm. Doors open at 630pm.

Pecha Kucha Boston 3 poster
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Pecha Kucha Harvard 2 speakers 0

The following speakers presented at Pecha Kucha Harvard 2:

  1. Aziza Chaouni and Jeannette Kuo, Kuo Chaouni Design Collaborative
  2. Mary Daniels, Special Collections Library, Harvard GSD
  3. Shelagh McCartney, GSD
  4. Don Grinberg, HNTB
  5. Noel Moreno, GSD
  6. Katy Frankel, Creative Commons
  7. Eric Höweler and Meejin Yoon, Höweler + Yoon Architecture/MY Studio
  8. Zenovia Toloudi, GSD
  9. Danny Forster, Build It Bigger, Discovery Channel
  10. Ricardo Camacho, GSD
  11. Michaele Pride, UC School of Architecture and Interior Design

Piper Auditorium

Pecha Kucha gets creative 0

At Pecha Kucha Harvard 2, Katy Frankel presented “Creative Commons and Flickr photosharing”.

The ambient electronic music was Creative Commons licensed from the Stadtgruen label. The opening track was Caviar from Gurtz, Casa De Verano. The other tracks were Barton, Arcipelago, Masterminds and Future City from Motionfield, Movements.

Gund Hall 0

Pecha Kucha Harvard 2 is Friday, October 12, 2007 in Gund Hall, 48 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA. The event is free and open to the public.

Drinks and networking start at Beer and Dogs at 6pm in Chauhaus.

Piper Auditorium
Presentations start at 7pm in Piper Auditorium.

Pecha Kucha gets social 0

Pecha Kucha Harvard 2 welcomes live social media participation during the talks. Live blog, live Flickr, live Twitter!

Each Pecha Kucha talk is exactly 20 slides. Many of the sets are posted to the event’s Flickr group. Please annotate, comment and tag the photos and photo sets. Everyone at Pecha Kucha Harvard 2 is welcome to join the group and add photos to the group pool. You may use the recommended tags:
pechakucha harvard harvardgsd gsd pkh2

Pecha Kucha Harvard has a public Facebook group and Facebook event for RSVPs. Join this group to stay informed of future Pecha Kucha events in Cambridge, MA.

“GSD” and “Harvard University” SSIDs are available in Piper Auditorium. Provide your email address for guest access to “GSD”.

Preview: Mary Daniels 0

Mary Daniels will present “Somethings Special” from Special Collections, Loeb Library.


Mary Daniels
Special Collections Librarian
Harvard GSD

Preview: Katy Frankel 1

Katy Frankel will present on Creative Commons and Flickr photosharing.

Katy Frankel
Creative Commons
Architecture for Humanity

Doors open at 6pm for Beer and Dogs 1

Pecha Kucha Harvard 2 presentations will start at 7pm on Friday October 12 in Piper Auditorium, Gund Hall.

Doors open at 6pm for socializing and networking at Beer and Dogs in Chauhaus. Chauhaus is a portmanteau of “chow” and “Bauhaus“.

Beer and Dogs at Chauhaus

Beer and Dogs - Where the working world has its Friday “five o’clock whistle,” the GSD has its six o’clock beer and dogs. Sponsored by the student chapter of the ASLA, hot dogs, pizza and cold beer are served in the Gund Hall cafeteria. Anticipated equally by both faculty and students, Beer and Dogs is an opportunity for the GSD community to end the week in a social and relaxing environment. And for 1 dollar per hot dog and two bucks a beer, it also makes for an inexpensive dinner.

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