P’Chotchka is Rimon’s annual benefit.
“It’s a very fast-paced and very effective way to get insight into an artist’s work,” says David Harris. “Time stops for no one. The images move automatically and the presenter can’t stop them. It’s like small, artistic autobiographies. For some, it’s their work and their roots. For others, it’s who they are as a person and how they relate to the community.”
P’Chotchka’s format comes from the Japanese word “Pecha Kucha,” which means chit-chat.
We added some Yiddish flare – presenting artists will only have 18 seconds to describe 18 images of their choosing.
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