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We haven't scheduled our next PechaKucha Night yet, but in the meantime you can watch some presentations, look at our map to see if there are any scheduled PKNs in nearby cities, or have a look at the long list of upcoming events, to see if there's one you can attend!

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Is the "Dam"age Done Yet

BY JEFF VENTRE
@ VOL 15 ON OCT 19, 2018

Jeff Ventre describes the urgency of needing to repair the damage done by dams in the Northwest. He compares how waterways are as imperative to the land as the vessels in our brain are to its funsctionality.

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Water is Life

BY SIBYL MAER-FILLO
@ VOL 15 ON OCT 19, 2018

Without water, nothign would be possible. Motivated by a love of land and nature, the Director of the local Outdoor School follows the call to Standing Rock where water rights and human rights are equally at stake.

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The Night Sky Unites

BY CASSIE FALLSCHEER
@ VOL 15 ON OCT 19, 2018

On a land based voyage, Cassie Fallscheer uses her love of the stars to make a new friend on her bicycle adventure in Zimbabwe.

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Land of Stone

BY CAROLYNE ALEX
@ VOL 15 ON OCT 19, 2018

Inspired by his surroundings and born to create, Zimbabwe artist Alex Chitungo shares his creativity using the very thing that defines his country.

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History Made Personal

BY ANTHONY ARONICA
@ VOL 15 ON OCT 19, 2018

Anthony Aronica personalizes the land of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation with stories of fishing with his father and of his grandmother's love.

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It's a Small World

BY DONALD CLEM
@ VOL 14 ON AUG 23, 2018

Donald Clem has found small world's everywhere he's gone. An architect with a sense of humor and big heart, he's designed places like Knots Berry Farms and Affordable Housing during his long, varied career.

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Germs are Beautiful

BY HOLLY PINKART
@ VOL 14 ON AUG 23, 2018

Germs aren’t just necessary, they’re beautiful. Holly Pinkhart shares why germs deserve to be put on a pedestal.

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Big World- Little Toys

BY DIEDRA PETRINA
IN ELLENSBURG

Diedra Petrina did not plan on motherhood, but her surprise path led her down another one, well designed, responsible toys.

 

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City Focus: Ellensburg


This week's City Focus brings us to Ellensburg located in central Washington. Ellensburg was founded in the late 19th century, and many of the buildings, such as the Historic Davidson Building, from that time still make for a rustic scene downtown. Given such charming flare Ellensburg has even developed its own language, in order to properly describe the various personalities of Ellensburg. Words such as adventuriest, to provide never-ending adventure. Let’s start off one the best Pechakucha-iest year in Ellensburg with the event on January 28. See everyone there!

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About the City's Organizers

  • Sara Jones

    I love my small community in Central Washington state. I am a school psychologist by day, and a socialite and adventurer by night. I love to experience the arts and the inspiration of others. As a board member of Gallery One Visual Arts Center, I am thrilled to be an organizer for our Pecha Kucha events!

  • Monica Miller

    Monica Miller has worked with arts organizations for over 15 years in fundraising, grants management and professional development for artists. Monica’s primary responsibility is to ensure that Gallery One is relevant to the community it serves. Before moving to Ellensburg from Seattle, she oversaw artist grants and professional development at Artist Trust and was a member of SOIL, an artist collective. She also had a brief stint as the Fremont Solstice Parade Director. Monica considers her major accomplishment the advocacy of percent for art program with the Ellensburg Arts Commission, but is a daily advocate for artists. She hold a BA from the College of William and Mary and an MA from Johns Hopkins University in Museum Studies. Her latest endeavor is the event, Confab where she hopes to provide artists and communities opportunities for networking, inspiration and tools for a sustainable arts community! Monica grew up as a military brat visiting museums around the world. She wanted to be a potter for a brief stint and now makes ceramics dinosaur fossils with her five year old Porter, plans camping adventures with her husband, artist Justin Beckman and rides her bike when time allows!