Join us for Volume 16: Wednesday, February 10, 2016

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Here are our presenters!

Alan Macy: The Santa Barbara Center for Art, Science and Technology

Paula Cassin: A Cognitive Era education: think outside the school

Henry Kreuter: This is Your Brain on Coffee

Penny Little: Little Savage This is NOT A Datebook

Ethan Turpin: City Repair is Fun

An evening of lightning talks by local people passionate about their work, their lives, or social change.

Vol. 15: November 4, 7 pm at Dargan’s. Join us!

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This event is Free, thanks to Dargan’s!

We have a great speaker lineup!

Molly Hahn: The Way of the Unstarving Artist

Ryan Smith: Quest for Boredom

Christopher Lortie: the anthropocene strikes back

Holli Harmon: Central Coast Culture: A California Cocktail

Steve Caputo: You Tell Me!

Koji Tanaka: The Pursuit of Perfection

Calla Gold: A Brief History of Wedding Rings

Bob Vitamante: Your business, your career, your life

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Join us! January 2014 PechaKucha Night Santa Barbara

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We are pleased to kick off the New Year by hosting the 10th PechaKucha Night in Santa Barbara at the Santa Barbara Museum of Contemporary Art!

January 30th | 7pm
Cash Bar, Wine & Beer

We will have a passionate group of creative individuals who will be presenting on a variety of topics throughout the night. Each presenter will be allowed 20 slides, with 20 seconds of talking time per slide.

Be a presenter! (We’ve only got 2 slots available, but we’re also booking Volume 11 speakers now). Submit your presentation synopsis now.

Announcing Our October 30th Presenters

NINE GREAT LIGHTENING TALKS in one fun evening!

We’re excited to announce our Volume 9 Presenter:
Gary Clark offers Time Travel: A Case Study
Patricia Clarke will present Erasing Lines
Michael De Rose will speak on Unbuilt Santa Barbara
Vicki Diloia will talk about being Born: From conception to being
Brecia Kralovic-Logan will talk about The Creative Spiral
Henry Kreuter will present The Aging Athlete
Danny Neifert will present The Story of Skin: past, present, and future
Michelle Shapiro will present Work is not a Job
Dawn Thorpe will present Communication and the power of Facebook

Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara
653 Paseo Nuevo, Upper Arts Terrace, Santa Barbara, CA
Wednesday, October 30th
The doors open at 7 pm. The Talks start at 7:45
$7 suggested donation
Beer & wIne will be available for purchase by the glass.

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