SPUR: Pecha Kucha: What SJ Means to Me

From SPUR:

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This event will take place in San Jose.

Pecha Kucha is coming to SPUR San Jose! Hear and see designers, thinkers and doers cover a range of topics around population growth and its effects on building, open space, transit and you in Pecha Kucha’s world-famous, rapid-fire format. Speakers will present 20 slides (20 seconds per slide), making for a fast, furious and fun celebration of urbanism. This event will feature Executive Director of the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Cathy Kimball, Assistant to the City Manager of San Jose Kip Harkness, San Jose District 3 Council member Sam Liccardo, Cultivator of Content Magazine Daniel GarciaMike Alvarado of Going Evergreen, Director of Cultural Affairs of San Jose Kerry Adams-Hapner, Program Director of KAFPA Adriana Garcia, andEmy Mendoza of Go Green School.

Co-presented by Pecha Kucha San Jose and the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, and supported by the City of San Jose.

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