PechaKucha is back, this time with a 'Japan Brighton' theme and another stellar line-up, including Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell (who uses a Japanese brush in his illustrations), Manga artist Inko, origami furniture designer Coco Sato, fabulous print-maker (and one of Kirsty Allsop's upcycling experts) Lee Baker, 'smaller than average' illustrator and Japan traveller TillyWorkflow founder and Risograph expert William Sadowski plus former PKN Brighton organisers Branwen Lorigan and Julie Watson.

PechaKucha was started up by Tokyo-based architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham to give a platform to designers and other creative people to offer a short presentation of their work. Participants are asked to prepare a slideshow of twenty carefully chosen images, each shown for twenty seconds, during which they explain what the audience is seeing. There is no pause between slides, so it’s engaging and full of energy: each presenter’s slot lasts a total of just six minutes and forty seconds.

Join Viva Brighton's Alex Leith and Woody at Yellowave, Madeira Drive, Brighton.

Thursday 3rd September.
Doors open 6.30pm  
Talks: 7pm - 9pm with intermission

This event is now SOLD OUT