The City of Richmond hosts its fourth PechaKucha Night this Friday (Nov. 29) that will change how attendees think about transportation. Viewers will be transported into thought-provoking presentations on planes, trains and automobiles at the Richmond Cultural Centre.
The theme will focus on how man-made inventions and innovations in public and private realms of transportation systems have shaped cities. Transportation has been a major influence in defining social, cultural and economic histories, locally and world-wide.
The evening will aim to provoke inquiry about the past, present and future of civic transportation infrastructures in Richmond through PechaKucha presentations by city representatives as well as transportation and art professionals.
There will be 10 speakers presenting 20 pictures for 20 seconds each. The event is free and runs from 6:30-9 p.m. at 7700 Minoru Gate.