Say yes and feel scared. Say no and regret it.

POSTER PECHA KUCHATen days ago I received an email from the Richmond Art Gallery asking me if I wanted to present at their next Pecha Kucha with the theme of Identity. You know how it is. Some things are really good for your art career and you really shouldn’t say no because you recognize they are unique opportunities. I could have said ‘no’ to make my life easier and not have to go through the uncomfortable experience of talking on stage to a large audience. I took a few days to decide. Do it and challenge yourself or don’t do it , feel relief, and regret it later.

So I said ‘yes.’ And here’s the details:

I’ll be presenting at PechaKucha Night in Richmond, BC on July 12, 7-9 pm.

The theme is IDENTITY. Facebook event page.

The 2nd edition of Richmond PechaKucha Night is being presented in partnership with the Richmond Art Gallery, Cinevolution’s Your Kontinent Media Arts & Film Festival and Richmond Public Art.

PechaKucha Night is a social and networking event, where 20 artist’s images are shown for 20 seconds each for a fast-paced “show and tell” of an artist’s practice. MC Rachel Rosenfield Lafo (Richmond Art Gallery Director) will be introducing you to these presenters:
Diyan Achjadi (printmaking/animation/fine arts)
Laura Bucci (collage/fine arts)
Nan Capogna (RAG Curator, sharing Esra Ersen’s works).
Sammy Chien (performance and new media)
YaYoi Hirano (theatre arts)
Toni Latour (interdisciplinary/fine arts)
Greg Masuda (documentary film producer/director)
Vjeko Sager (interdisciplinary/fine arts)
Jeff Chiba Stearns (film/animation)
Rick Tae (actor/screenwriter)

Free Admission
Doors open at 7:00
Event starts at 7:15pm

No-host cash bar available. Light refreshments included.

Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall
7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond, BC

See you there? The event will be recorded so it will be available online at a later date.

 

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