3 great events to check out on a Thursday evening in Pittsburgh.
1. Pittsburgh Green Drinks with TerraShift
|Don’t Forget to Join Green Drinks Tomorrow, June 30, at Hofbrauhaus
What is Green Drinks? Every month, people who work in the environmental field or have in interest in a greener planet meet up for drinks at places all around the world at informal sessions known as Green Drinks. We have a lively mixture of people from NGOs, academia, government and business.
2. PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh
Where: Assemble Gallery, 5125 Penn Ave
What: PechaKucha, meaning, “chit-chat” in Japanese and was started by architects and designers to remedy long-winded lectures and presentations. PechaKucha has spread to 414 cities around the world, including Amsterdam, Beijing, Budapest, Hong Kong, London, and Pittsburgh! Visit www.pecha-kucha.org to learn more.
|AIGA Pittsburgh – PechaKucha Night
PechaKucha Call for Presentations Event Date; Thursday, June 30, Doors open at 7:00 pm; Presentations begin at 8:00pm Location: assemble, 5125 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15224 http://assemblepgh.org/ Calling ALL architects, designers, artists, craftsmen and visual storytellers. Join the conversation and present your work in an informal and innovative presentation format 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide.
3. Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ BYOB (“Bring Your Own Bard”) series presents “Making Merry”
“Making Merry” is an informal scene night in which professional actors and non-actors alike take a crack at their favorite Shakespeare pieces. Extra readings will be on hand in case last minute inspiration strikes.
Readers and audience members alike are encouraged to bring copies of their favorite Shakespeare plays and join in the reading of sonnets, scenes, and songs. Fun for the whole family as kids are welcome. A tax-deductible donation is suggested at the door.
|Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ BYOB ("Bring Your Own Bard") series presents "Making Merry" on Thursday June 30 at 7 PM at The Te Cafe in Squirrel Hill. Celebrate summer with an evening of Shakespeare’s scenes, speeches and monologues concerning friends, laughter, carousing, and generally having a good time.
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