What the heck is Pecha Kucha?

Well, it’s the Japanese equivalent to “chit-chat.” But in the context of this post, Pecha Kucha is an event that allows presenters to share ideas or concepts that are meant to blow your mind, make you think, and if you’re lucky, they make you laugh.

WFPL has helped curate Louisville’s next Pecha Kucha, which is based all on innovative education concepts.

That’s  Tuesday, Sept. 17, beginning at 8 p.m. outside of city hall. If it rains, head inside and we’ll meet you there.

This is part of The Next Louisville education project, which is a partnership of WFPL News, the Community Foundation of Louisville, the JPMorgan Chase Foundation and The Gheens Foundation, Inc.