Photographer and kayaker, Barry Haynes, tests the residents of Gibsons on their knowledge of the Sunshine Coast in a fun, interactive presentation. Many of the areas in these images are accessible only by water.
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BY DANIEL HARRIS ROSEN
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ON JUL 20, 2016
"The artwork that we left behind would reflect the community."
In Bringing Art to Unexpected Places from PechaKucha Night Special x MINI @ BMW Group Tokyo Bay, Creative Director D.H. Rosen talks about his art-driven Journeys in Japan including the Artist Caravan project where he leads a group of artists to places in need.
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Top 10 the most interesting places in Zaporizhzhya
BY ALYONA POPOVA
@ VOL 4
ON DEC 17, 2016
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Nordic Walking: The Perfect Winter City Outdoor Activity
BY SUSAN YACKULIC
@ VOL 27
ON FEB 16, 2017
"From city streets to mountain peaks, all you have to do is go where your poles take you and enjoy the outdoors."
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Inspiring Meeting Places
BY EWA KUMLIN
@ VOL 59
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Ewa Kumlin, Managing Director at Svensk Form has a long history of both PechaKucha and inspiring meeting places. She has lived in many parts of the world and her 20 slides show some of the places she finds the most interesting and creative. Let's go to Tokyo, Helsinki, London and many more!
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BY BRITTANY LLOY
@ VOL 1
ON NOV 28, 2017
Originally from Halifax, Brittany Lloy is a designer at the digital agency, zu, in Saskatoon. In this talk, she shares about the serendipity of her 2017 professional development journey, and that if you just say 'yes!' you never know where you may find yourself next.
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BY JUDITH BANDIDT
@ VOL 25
ON FEB 28, 2018
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The Hinterland Poetry Trail took shape during 2016 and 2017 at three sites. Inspiration for both poetry and sculptures was drawn from the history, heritage and unique environments of the three locations.