PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh Vol. 12

By Posted on June 27, 2012

PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh vol. 12 was a huge success! Thank you to all who attended, presented, and enjoyed, and thank you to the Union Project for hosting us!

We had a total of nine presenters, each with a unique presentation. The first presenter was Brigette Davitt, and her presentation was entitled “Chimera”.  The second presenter of the evening was Mike Roy, whose presentation was entitled “Do Worse to Do Better”. Third up was Raymond Bowman, a member of the Young Architects Forum, presenting his “Electric Cars and Roadside Architecture”. The last presentation before intermission was Mike Schiller, CEO of the Green Building Alliance. His presentation was entitled “Paddling Upstream:  A Look at the Challenges of Connecting the Outdoor Spaces We Love With Healthier Places to Live and Work”.

After the intermission, we enjoyed four more presenters. The sixth presenter of the evening was Sam Wilson, presenting his “Epic Small”. Next up was Bill Kemp, whose presentation was entitled “Vision-casting for Nonprofits”. Following Bill was Eric Fisher, AIA, who presented “All the Animals”. Last but not least was Shelly Ni, presenting “SOS PGH”.

Take a look at the photos below to catch glimpses of a wonderful evening. Join us for the next PechaKucha Night on October 4th at the Cultural Trust Education Center.

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Greg Coll of AIGA and David Roth, AIA, set up in the Union Project

Brigette Davitt presents "Chimera"

Dutch MacDonald, AIA, emcees the event

Mike Roy presents his "Do Worse to Do Better"

A slide from Mike Roy's presentation

A great crowd!

Raymond Bowman of the Young Architects Forum presents his "Electric Cars and Roadside Architecture"

Chris Rauhoff presents his "Apples and Oranges"

Mike Schiller, CEO of the GBA, presents his "Paddling Upstream: A look at the challenges of connecting the outdoor spaces we love with healthier places to live and work"

Sam Wilson presenting his "Epic Small"

Bill Kemp presenting his "Vision Casting for Non-Profits"

Eric Fisher, AIA, presenting his "All the Animals"

Shelly Ni presenting her "SOS PGH"

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Interested in presenting at the next PechaKucha Night? Contact Erin Raff at eraff@aiapgh.org.

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