pkEarlier this year, Create in Fife launched the Fife PechaKucha at Fire Station Creative in Dunfermline. The second event in their series is now planned for Thursday 30 June at FSC, between 7 and 9pm.

PK Night started in Tokyo in February 2003 – PechaKucha is Japanese for chit chat – it was originally conceived as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. Just 20 seconds for each of the 20 slides means that all the presentations are under seven minutes. PK nights run in over 800 cities around the world.

The line up for the Fife event is listed below and is delighted to have being invited to take part. You can book here for this free event.



PechaKucha Night, 30 June, Fire Station Creative, 7-9pm

Scott Hunter is a photographic artist from Dunfermline who uses a unique printing technique gained from his studies in Japan.

Ben Laing Ben and his team at Online Marketing Consultant work with a range of local and international businesses. They offer support with web design, search engine optimisation and social media marketing.

Fiona MacLennan will tell us more about Creative Carbon Scotland. A charity, funded by Creative Scotland, they provide free training and events on environmental sustainability for the arts and artists throughout Scotland.

Michelle McWilliams and Jane Livingstone run , which covers art, design, music, writing, craft, performance, food and drink – much of it specific to Fife.

Robert Mach is a Fife based visual artist who will speak about his FifeSpace exhibition in Rothes Halls. ‘transFORM’ features Robert’s work and that of Nathalie Cortada, David Henderson, Keiko Mukadie and Simon Ward. It opened on the 28th May and runs until 23rd July.

Steve McCue – Steve is the founder of Unique Dyslexic. The objective of Unique Dyslexic Get Creative is to support, promote and celebrate the creative talents of the dyslexic community across the full range of creative spectrum.

Graham Webster – Graham is Fife Council’s Festival Development Officer. Graham’s presentation will focus on the ‘Festivals of Fife’

Fife Youth Arts Hub – FYAH will give an overview of their ‘Seven Wonders’ project and also the latest creative and cultural opportunities available to young people throughout Fife.