Bunnell Street Arts Center’s PechaKucha 20×20 is a concise presentation format for 8-10 speakers to share their passions, story or craft among their community via a self-advancing slide talk: 20 slides for 20 seconds.
Pay what you wish, $5 minimum admission.
Doors open at 6:30pm, Program begins at 7pm.
How can I help support more PechaKucha’s beyond this pilot series?
PechaKuchas provide a full, diverse, engaged audience which is a premiere opportunity for local businesses to reach new clients. When you invest in Bunnell programming you know your business will be associated with quality programming and a polished professional delivery.
A $250 Event Sponsorship showcases your business’s logo in the event’s poster (print and digital) design and in our local printed ads (1/4 news page ad). Half of the program’s page will list the event sponsor’s mission or future programming you’d like to share. Your logo will be projected before and after the presentations begin. Additionally your logo will be included in our 16-page colored Annual report catalog. A $100 Program Sponsorship will include your logo in the program and your business will be listed within our Annual Report.
Make a Donation or Pay-it-Forward at the door:
Talk to us. If you’d like to be a part of a seed-fund that would continue PechaKucha in Homer, let us know. Also, it’s important for us to keep the doors open to all with a $5 discount admission- we never want to turn people away. The discount is there if you need it, but you’re encouraged to pay-it-forward by paying what you feel the value of the programming actually is.
Be a Volunteer:
At the event: We are looking for help with providing light concessions.
Behind the scenes: If you’d like to serve on the selection’s panel, reach out to us with your interest. We generally meet 6 times per series of 3 volumes.
Be a Presenter:
If you’re interested in being a presenter, please email a 2-3 word presentation title and short presentation description to Brianna@bunnellarts.org. Further volumes depend on securing funding.
David Gerard: Guitar Building, Tone woods and fine stringed instruments
Ana Reid: Stoked on Honeybees, A beekeepers intrigue for bees and their knees
Tom Kizzia: Ghost Town, A history of the Lost Decades in McCarthy-Kennecott, AK 1938 – 1983
Beth Carroll: Cannabinoid Craze, THC, CBD, CBG? Cannabis history, mystery and promising future
Elissa Pettibone: Chemistry of Indigo, The scientific background of the ancient blue dye
Jay Bechtol: DeStig, the Slideshow, A quick look at the impact of stigma on wellness
Catie Bursch: Habitat, Humans and Hubris, Bristol Bay behind the fishery
Dave Ellington: Energy, Art & Homes: Building energy efficient homes in Homer from 1983 – 2019
Thank you to our generous Sponsors.
Without your support this program would not be possible.