20 images x 20 seconds to explain art unfolding in a science museum

Pittsburgh artist Ashley Cecil sums up her work at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History with 20 images in under 7 mins at PechaKucha Pittsburgh

My mother loves to tell people that I’ve been dominating and belaboring conversations since 1983. Apparently, as a young child, my preferred style of communication was to be the only person participating in a “discussion.” It’s true, I can be long-winded. But I love a good challenge, which is why I enthusiastically accepted the invitation to explain my six-month artist residency at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History with a mere 20 images each displayed for 20 seconds to the loyal following of PechaKucha Pittsburgh-goers. That’s over 500 hours of work summed up in 6 minutes and 40 seconds. No big deal. I can do this.

If you’re interested in witnessing this small miracle of oral precision, please join us:

PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh Vol 26
Thursday, March 2 at 6 PM
Alloy 26, 100 S Commons, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
$10 Members* / $15 General Admission
*Members include all members of AIA Pittsburgh, AIGA Pittsburgh, and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council

More event details are available on the PechaKucha website and their Facebook page.

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