Bettakultcha at the Corn Exchange

“Come spend an evening watching PowerPoint presentations. No, really” – in images what the Leeds phenomenon is all about!

BettaKultcha is a bit of a Leeds phenomenon – from the imagination and drive of Ivor Tymchak and Richard Michie, the event doesn’t at first sounds quite so exciting. An evening of slide-show presentations? However with interesting subjects, personal passions, a limit of 20 slides and each slide automatically progressing every few seconds – it certainly keeps the speakers on their toes.

I was coerced or convinced into presenting at the first event and then invited back to record BettaKultcha when it was held at Leeds’ Corn Exchange in March and April of 2011. This small photographic ‘zine captures these two evenings, including an introduction from BettaKultcha regular presenter, Matt Edgar, insights from the presenters and an interview with Ivor and Richard.

Pages: 36 | Size: A5 | Full colour | View a digital preview | £4.50 (+P&P)

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Author: Jon

I am a digital professional, artist and all round good egg. Always looking at new and exciting interventions and communities for creative people. Current project: communications strategy for Leeds Creative Timebank. Previously: Exposure Leeds, Photocamp Leeds/Bradford, LSx (BarCamp Leeds, TEDx Leeds) and (We Are) Obscured

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