Snap!s coolest: Pecha Kucha

I’ll show you my dream if you show me yours.

Pecha Kucha is a Japanese expression for the
sound of conversation.  These show and
tell nights were first began in Japan
in 2003 by Tokyo-based designers and architects Klein Dytham. 

An average of 10-12
people speak each night with the audience encouraged to participate in lively
conversation and debate. Each speaker presents 20 slides, each displayed for 20
seconds, to present on a project they have completed, are working on, or dream
about doing.

The nights have spread to
120 cities across the world – including Montreal, at the Societe des arts
technologes (le SAT).