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DA&D Presents PechaKucha: Japan In Aid Of The Ashinaga Organisation

PechaKucha: Japan 23 May, Doors open at 6.00pm, lecture starts at 7pm Logan Hall, Institute of Education

Just over a year after the tsunami sent shockwaves through a country and around the world, DA&D are putting together a collection of the design and communication world’s greatest stars to share stories about Japan.

DA&D want to hear about their visits, their projects, the influence of Japan on their work, and why it’s a place like no other.

The format is the now world-famous 20×20 PechaKucha, invented by superstar architects Klein Dytham. Each speaker has 20 slides, each slide lasts 20 seconds. 6 minutes, 40 seconds, then it’s over. The ultimate presentation level playing field.

Confirmed speakers so far include:

Andy Altmann (Why Not Associates)

Fred Deakin (ex-Airside)

Mark Dytham (Klein Dytham)

Michael Marriott (Michael Marrriott)

Timon Screech (History of Art & Archaeology, SOAS)

David Keech – Product Designer Kathryn Findlay (Ushida Findlay)

Ryohei Kawanishi - Fashion Designer Michael Horsham (Tomato)

Helen McCarthy (Manga)

Adam Torel (Third Window Films)

And there are more big names still to come. Your host for the evening will be D&AD past-president Michael Johnson (johnson banks) who has spent much of the last decade working on projects in Japan.

Ticket price: £15.00

To book tickets click here

Through Creatives Unite for Japan, all profits from the evening will be donated to the ASHINAGA organisation to help provide Japanese orphans with educational and emotional support.

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