PechaKucha Night – Visual Storytelling in a 20 X 20 Format – Friday, Nov. 17 at the Strand!

by | Nov 10, 2023

Visual Storytelling in a 20 X 20 Format

PechaKucha Night, an evening of visual storytelling, returns to Midcoast Maine!
PK Night is presented by the Strand Theatre, in partnership with CMCA; the Farnsworth; Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors; Archipelego; A2 Architects; and Magpie Creative.

PechaKucha Night events celebrate the people, passion, and creativity in our community. The format is a unique presentation style where ideas and works are shared with 20-image, 20-second-per-image slideshows. Each of the evening’s presenters will provide a six minute and 40 second glimpse into their craft.

Presenters for this edition (Midcoast Maine, Volume 38):

Krisanne Baker, Ecological Artist and Educator

Joseph Hufnagel, Director of The Landing Place

Marcie Jan Bronstein, Visual Artist

Tobey Williamson, Health Professional

Elysa Rose-Coster, Potter

Anneli Skaar, Artist

Kirk Gentalen, Land Steward, Maine Coast Heritage Trust

The evening’s MC will be Scott Sell


A reception immediately follows at CMCA (Center for Maine Contemporary Art, 21 Winter Street, Rockland).

TICKETS: $5/General Admission

Tickets available at this link; by calling 594-0070 Ext 3; at the walk-up box office when the theater is open for shows; or at the door if tickets remain.

  Get Tickets 

$2.50 service fee applies to online sales and phone sales
Please note that there is a 4-ticket limit on each sale

Walk-up box office opens at 5:30pm on day of show
Doors open at 6:30pm

About PechaKucha

“PechaKucha Night” was conceived in 2003 in Tokyo as a place for young designers to meet, network and show their work in public. It is now an international phenomenon, with events held in more than 1,000 cities around the world.  For more information, visit

PechaKucha Night Midcoast was organized in 2009. Its current presenting partners are the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Farnsworth Art Museum, Maine Boats Homes & Harbors, Archipelago, Magpie Creative, 2A architects, and the Strand Theatre.

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