Pecha Kucha: Chaos

From SPUR:

Pecha Kucha is back by popular demand! Hear from designers, thinkers and doers as we explore the theme of “chaos” through an urbanist lens. Speakers will present 20 slides (20 seconds per slide) in Pecha Kucha’s world-famous, rapid-fire format. Don’t miss this fast, furious and fun celebration of urbanism. Speakers will be announced in mid-January. This event is co-presented with Pecha Kucha San Francisco.

$10 members. Register here
$20 non-members. Register here

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