Taos, New Mexico will again be the gathering place for the internationally renowned event, Pecha Kucha, during Pecha Kucha Night Taos. The theme “Fall Arts” includes Paseo artists as well as tradition artists, painters, sculptors and photographers who are involved with the 44th annual Taos Fall Arts Festival.
The term “Pecha Kucha” is Japanese, and refers to the sound of “chit chat.” The gist of Pecha Kucha is that presenters are given an opportunity to showcase and present 20 images of their work, with images changed every 20 seconds. Each artist’s presentation is 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
Pecha Kucha Night Taos, Volume 28 returns with the artist-filled night of local, national, and international creatives sharing their work with the community. Featuring writers, architects, designers, installations artists in a variety of media’s, this annual edition is sure to inspire.
The scheduled presentations include (in no particular order):
Anna Novakov: art historian, critic, educator, and curator
Parker Jennings: PASEO 2018 artist
David Vedoe: Taos Fall Arts Festival poster artist
Marshall James Kavanaugh: PASEO 2018 Partnering artist
Cindy Atkins: Taos Art Museum at Fechin House.
Jason Culbertson: Designer and Graphic Artist
Molly Bell: Architect
CHiKA: PASEO 2018 artist
Erin Elder: Curator PASEO 2018, “We Are All Space in Time”
Hugo Cifre, Espacio Nube: PASEO 2018 artist
Julie Lake: Studio 238 @ Harwood Museum of Art featured artist
Volume 28 will feature music by The Fletcher & John Trio, with savory bites by DONABE. Additional snacks and drinks will be available by the TCA with plenty of time for “chit chat” with local creatives. Tickets are $10.