Loading Events

The session has ended.

Pecha Kucha Campus Workshop

Pecha Kucha | Björn Weigelt

A fastforward Storytelling for Science Communictaion

Since 2003 Pecha Kucha exists, which in Japanese means as much as confusion of voices. It was developed by the two architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham in Tokyo, who were looking for ways, how to make ideas visible in a short time for meetings. Meanwhile, the Pecha Kucha format is used worldwide. Not only organizations, agencies, institutions use this form of presentation. In over 800 cities worldwide evening events take place: the Pecha Kucha Nights.

Launched in 2014 at the University of the Arts Berlin, students, scientific and artistic staff, doctoral students, professors or alumni present under the label Pecha Kucha Campus their scientific and artistic creations. The reduction to the essentials, combined with a strict storytelling mode, opens up a new communication strategy for scientific topics.


This is a digital event. Shortly before the event begins, the link will appear on this site. Add the event to your favourites and receive a reminder via email.

The workshop has been shifted to begin at 5pm.

Björn Weigelt


Initiator Pecha Kucha Campus

See all speakers

More Events

All Events