Illustration and Graphics Tutor Vanessa Marr and our Head of Learning & Participation Ashley McCormick developed a professional practice brief for University of Brighton students to create artwork to promote PechaKucha Nights at De La Warr Pavilion to diverse local audiences. The students produced some brilliant results and we selected the work of Rowan Bailey to promote next week’s event.

“From the get go I wanted to create a poster that captured the essence of PechaKucha, describing the ideals of sharing a discussion through diverse and dynamic conversions rather that the topics of the presentation. Networking, meeting and sharing were at the forefront of my initial sketches, I wanted to try and visualise the imagery of discussion, and global networking, so I played with concepts surrounding the mouth and talking as well as explorations into the world and global collaborations.”

You can read Rowan’s full blog on his project here.

Our next PechaKucha night is on Thursday 26 October. Join us for a fun evening of creative presentations on a wide variety of subjects from a panel of experts and enthusiasts! Book here.

Posted by Tara Neville on Friday 20 October 2017