Dezeen promotion: the next series of London Pecha Kucha talks kicks off at the Design Museum on Tuesday 28 February, with speakers including illustrator and artist Noma Bar, design historian Patrick O’Shea and architectural photographer Jim Stephenson.
The evening will dissect the past, present and future of the UK design scene to coincide with the museum's exhibition Terence Conran: the way we live now, showcasing the work of one of its founders.
- Bryan Edmondson - SEA Design
- Pete Collard - design programme adviser, British Council
- Nick Haley - BBCUX&D
- Gemma Curtin - Design Museum curator
- Mike Abrahams and Amanda Tatham – Designer Breakfast
- Doireann Ni Ghrioghair - design inspired artist
- Simon Stacey – Household
- Noma Bar – artist and illustrator
- Tim Beard – Bibliothèque graphic gesign
- Jim Stephenson – architectural photographer
- Patrick O’Shea - design historian
Tickets are on sale now from the Design Museum website at £15/£7.50 members. Talk tickets include entry to all current exhibitions.
Deriving its name from the Japanese term for the sound of ‘chit chat’, PechaKucha was devised and shared by Klein Dytham architecture, and consists of a series of presentations where each participant shows 20 images for 20 seconds.
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