Previously at the ICA - Events
17 May 2007
To launch the ICA's 60th anniversary we have programmed a very special benefit evening – a gala fundraising dinner, auction and Pecha Kucha.
This gala event will feature
Klein Dytham Architects
and is hosted by Alan Yentob and Simon Amstell.
Pecha Kucha is a dynamic, rapid-fire, show and tell evening for London's creative sector. Founded by Klein-Dytham Architects in Tokyo in 2003, Pecha Kucha has spread internationally, and now takes place in 44 cities across the globe. Pecha Kucha is an evening where creative people are invited to share their thoughts, ideas and interests. What sets Pecha Kucha apart from other events is the format: speakers are each asked to show 20 images, and talk for 20 seconds about each one. With a total runtime of 6 mins and 40 secs, the presentations offer a glimpse into the speakers' insights and personalities, in an engaging and uniquely entertaining way. The quality of the speakers and the speed of the presentations makes for an exhilarating evening that will blow your mind .