CreativeMornings Powered By Pecha Kucha with three timed presentations, about time.
About the speaker
For this 12th CreativeMornings in Cleveland, the title theme is that which we have too little of: TIME. Typically we choose one person to share their story but for the first (and possibly only) time CreativeMornings Cleveland will feature 3 different speakers with 3 completely different interpretations of our theme under the unique timed presentation format called PECHA KUCHA.
PECHA KUCHA - a presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. “PechaKucha Night Cleveland” has been a catalyst for creative community development in Cleveland since 2008 and it’s an honor to be hosting this special CreativeMornings “Powered by PechaKucha”
- AL WASCO - Retired Design Educator
- ZACHARIAH DURR - Comedian, Host of Keep Talking Story Telling Show
- ARIEL CLAYTON KARAS - Violinist, Classical Revolution, Opus 216
All of this is scheduled to take place at the newly constructed Near West Theatre in Gordon Square.
This event is free of charge but with limited capacity, advance registration is required to attend. The talk comes w/ complimentary breakfast & coffee courtesy of our partners. Registration opens Monday 12/14. Subscribe to our newsletter to be notified.
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Do it now. There's never going to be enough time, you're never going to know enough, it's not going to get easier when you get older. Do it now. — Ariel Clayton Karas
Do it as well as you can. I really believe that you should try and improve your craft so keep learning, keep trying to do better. But pursue excellence don't pursue perfection. — Ariel Clayton Karas
Classical symphonies, sonatas, great works of music use sheer time to work out in great depth the captivated ideas of their composer. — Ariel Clayton Karas
If you slave for untold hours you get one minute that's clear and that's perfect. — Ariel Clayton Karas
Be kind. Be generous. Be happy. — Ariel Clayton Karas
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Hosted by Near West Theatre
Photographer laura wimbels
Videographer Frisson Media, Sam Kinkopf