Pecha Kucha

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2-panicking


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3-stage-fright

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4-love-power

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5-presentation

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6-applause

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7-post-pk

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8-basterma-mano

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9-shock

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10-no-parking

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11-stanger-car-keys

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12-confused.
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13-lebanon-is-safe..

Note that I’m not encouraging you to give your car keys to strangers… ๐Ÿ™‚ But this event made me realize the relatively high level of safety in Leb! Back to Pecha Kucha, it was a great fantastic night, where wonderful work and ideas were presented by 12 artists. I was beyond thrilled to see and meet the people who were there… A big thank you from the heart to all of you who made it, your presence and support means so much to me! I’ll leave you with some photos of the presentation and event. Have a nice day!
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Tweeps pausing in the Bourj Hammoud street

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Emile, Lara & Hazem

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Photo credits: Lara Zankoul

And you can see Darine’s summary on this here. I also stole some of her photos!

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Photo Credits: Darine Sabbagh

Last but not least, here is a photo that Raffi Chilinguirian took with me after the presentation. Was lovely to meet you Raffi, thank you for the amazing feedback ๐Ÿ™‚

Meeting Maya Zankoul

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