Moveable Feasts - Creative Dundee - Pecha Kucha Night - Vol 1- Chamber East, Dundee

Activity: Other activity typesPublic engagement and outreach - festival/exhibition


Moveable Feasts
exploring Hemingway’s novel as a template and an alternative for new social, mobile and culinary conference experience designed to directly involve the public -who are often the focus of a academic conferences and research inquiry, but never "invited to the table" to engage in conversations around wellbeing, community and social change through a meal. Here the "Moveable Feast" replaces the exclusive academic conference platform with one of food, wine and discussion.

"PechaKucha* was devised in Tokyo in 2003 by Anglo-Japanese Klein Dytham architecture (KDa) is a multi-disciplinary design practice known for architecture, interiors, public spaces and installations. Established by Royal College of Art graduates Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham in Tokyo in 1991. The "PechaKucha* format is as an event for creatives to meet, network and hear other creatives talk about their work. Since then it’s spread internationally, now running in over 440 cities across the world. The much loved format is relaxed, simple, enjoyable, with something for everyone – presenters show and talk through their 20 images, each for just 20 seconds.
Period8 Nov 2011
Held atCreative Dundee, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational


  • conference
  • public engagement
  • Literature
  • interiors
  • society
  • table
  • Hemingway
  • moveable feast