On June 1, six gurus illuminated arts and culture topics in San Diego and shared what’s making them stick in a visual, rapid-fire presentation style called pecha-kucha. Each presenter had 20 slides, displayed for 20 seconds each, to share their topic. The standing-room-only event was at the Kettner Daylight Studio in Little Italy, which we presented in partnership with Media Arts Center San Diego and Sezio.

David Flores is community design and development officer at Casa Familiar. He talked about the new, renovated space for art in San Ysidro that we visited for Behind the Scene TV. I first met Flores when I was writing about the city of San Diego’s fizzling “City of Villages” program, and then explored more of what he’d been teaching San Ysidrans about the principles of planning.

Here’s Flores:

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I am the arts editor for VOSD. You can reach me directly at kelly.bennett@voiceofsandiego.org or 619.325.0531. Or you can keep up with me on Twitter @kellyrbennett or on Facebook.

Kelly Bennett is a former staff writer for Voice of San Diego.

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