PechaKucha Volume 42

thu13apr7:00 pmthu9:00 pmPechaKucha Volume 42Enjoy the kickoff to the 2023 series.

Event Details

PechaKucha San Antonio – the global arts and culture series that hosts speakers who share their passions in a unique format – is excited to announce its Volume 42 to kick off the series for 2023. The night begins with a happy hour featuring local food trucks and bar service available beginning at 7:00 p.m., followed by presentations starting at 8:15 p.m.

The Mission Marquee Plaza, formerly known as the Mission Drive-In Theatre, officially opened in 2014. The facility is located on the Southside of San Antonio near Mission San Jose, which is one of San Antonio’s five historic Missions recently designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The area is rich in history and culture and is considered to be one of San Antonio’s iconic gems.

Volume 42 will feature a talented group of locals. The six presenters include:

Oscar Alvarado, Mosaicist/Sculptor
Ashley Bird, Educator/Entrepreneur
Kimiya Factory, Activist
Jamie Gonzalez, Food Activist
Randall Rudd, Filmmaker/Professor
Colleen Swain, Director

The evening’s emcee will be San Antonio’s most recent Poet Laureate Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson. The happy hour will feature live music by local artists D.T. Buffkin & Roland Delacruz.

Tickets are only $10 per person and can be purchased on Eventbrite: or at the door.

PechaKucha San Antonio would not be possible without the support of annual sponsors, including:

Centro Properties
Lake Flato Architects
500 Sixth
Camp Hot Wells
In-Kind sponsors for the event include:
Mission Marquee Plaza
Josh Huskin Photography
Slab Cinema
Direct Motion Technologies
Libby Morris Designs
Giant Noise
Sprocket Productions
Randall Rudd
Gary Sweeney’s Analytic Technology

PechaKucha San Antonio is presented in partnership with the Las Casas Foundation.

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Mission Marquee Plaza

3100 Roosevelt Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214

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